Game Max Onyx Full Tempered Glass ATX PC Case with RGB Lighting - £62.99 @ Maplin and Amazon RRP £79.99
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Game Max Onyx Full Tempered Glass ATX PC Case with RGB Lighting - £62.99 @ Maplin and Amazon RRP £79.99

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Found 14th Nov
Amazon link: amazon.co.uk/Gam…YQ4

I own this case and it's not bad at all for a fully tempered glass ATX case and even better at this price!


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Product Overview

GameMax Onyx is made with a very simple and classic design but the tempered front panel and the attractive tempered glass is on both sides of the case. There is one button at the top to control your LED's freely, 3 x RGB 120mm fans included make the Black Onyx an ideal solution for the gaming enthusiast and an excellent cooling solution to help keep the computer temperature low. There is 1 x USB3.0 and 2 x USB2.0 located on the top giving the user easy access, The I/O ports allow you to connect to most media storage devices.


Features
  • I/O Ports - 1 x USB3.0, 2 x USB2.0 and HD Audio.
  • LED Button - 1 button located at the top allows you to control the LED freely.
  • Water-Cooling Support - The top supports 240mm radiator and the back of the case supports a 120mm radiator.
  • Fans - 3 x 120mm RGB fans on the front which are included gives the case added colour.
  • Side Cover - Both side panels are made using tempered glass so the user can show off their internal components.

Top comments

Original Poster

mtc19 m ago

Doesn't too me, where is the air intake for the 3 front fans? I'd put the …Doesn't too me, where is the air intake for the 3 front fans? I'd put the money towards the Corsair 460X.


The honeycomb cutouts in the front of the case are the intake vents behind the front glass panel. The front glass panel is about 4 to 5mm clear of the front of the case.

Also has intake/exhaust cutouts on the top of the case for 2 120mm fans.

No thermal problems here running an R5 1600 @ 3.7ghz and a ZOTAC GTX 1070 AMP flashed with the AMP Extreme bios for higher stock clocks.
19 Comments

That looks really sexy.

Who needs a Christmas tree when you have this bad boy.

Now thats a proper nice case!

Tempting, but my sons pc has an fx8350 and a 280x so I don't think this would have the airflow to keep it cool. I'd be happy to be corrected on that by any current owners btw :-)

Noise levels of those 3 fans? Anyone have this?

Putterill12 m ago

Tempting, but my sons pc has an fx8350 and a 280x so I don't think this …Tempting, but my sons pc has an fx8350 and a 280x so I don't think this would have the airflow to keep it cool. I'd be happy to be corrected on that by any current owners btw :-)


Looks like it has sufficient airflow to me.. although if it were my son I'd get him a new CPU and Graphics Card!

idontbyte9 m ago

Looks like it has sufficient airflow to me.. although if it were my son …Looks like it has sufficient airflow to me.. although if it were my son I'd get him a new CPU and Graphics Card!


Doesn't too me, where is the air intake for the 3 front fans? I'd put the money towards the Corsair 460X.

Original Poster

mtc19 m ago

Doesn't too me, where is the air intake for the 3 front fans? I'd put the …Doesn't too me, where is the air intake for the 3 front fans? I'd put the money towards the Corsair 460X.


The honeycomb cutouts in the front of the case are the intake vents behind the front glass panel. The front glass panel is about 4 to 5mm clear of the front of the case.

Also has intake/exhaust cutouts on the top of the case for 2 120mm fans.

No thermal problems here running an R5 1600 @ 3.7ghz and a ZOTAC GTX 1070 AMP flashed with the AMP Extreme bios for higher stock clocks.

Chaz_UK21 m ago

The honeycomb cutouts in the front of the case are the intake vents behind …The honeycomb cutouts in the front of the case are the intake vents behind the front glass panel. The front glass panel is about 4 to 5mm clear of the front of the case.Also has intake/exhaust cutouts on the top of the case for 2 120mm fans.No thermal problems here running an R5 1600 @ 3.7ghz and a ZOTAC GTX 1070 AMP flashed with the AMP Extreme bios for higher stock clocks.


Side-of-front-panel intake also helps with noise. I'm sat next to a Fractal Design Define XL R2 which has fans near the front drawing air from the sides of the front, then the actual front has noise damping foam. Seems to cool my dual xeons and overclocked 970 just fine.

Looks awesome

Personally I think this case looks horrendous. But I guess that's PC gaming for you, all about choices.

idontbyte1 h, 22 m ago

Looks like it has sufficient airflow to me.. although if it were my son …Looks like it has sufficient airflow to me.. although if it were my son I'd get him a new CPU and Graphics Card!


He's 11 so it's a more than adequate spec for him, he's just been wanting to go RGB and tempered glass since he saw my last build :-)

Looks really nice but if I spend anymore on the pc the mrs will kill me I’ll stick with my p400s

Will a Noctua nh- d14 fan fit in this case?

Nice case

i have one of the larger ones which I bought a couple months ago and the build quality is surprisingly good

aso have the amethyst rgb sold through amazon at £51 odd

Nice case not enough room for 2 360 radiators tho

Nice looking case and great to see someone making something other than an aluminium/steel box.

Looks like it would be heavy!
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