Computer cases these days come in a variety of shapes and sizes with mid-towers still being the most popular. It is always interesting reviewing cases as every manufacturer takes a different approach, even between different product lines of the same manufacture. Today we are taking a look at a new player in the case field named Galaxis. Prior to this review I hadn't heard of them, though they also make power supplies. They sent us two cases, the Atlus which we will be looking at here today and the Ares that we will be getting to later in the week. As I am unfamiliar with Galaxis until today, it will be interesting to see what they have to offer in this budget chassis.
The Atlus case by Galaxis is a mid-tower offering supporting standard ATX mainboards, four external 5.25" drive bays and one external 3.5" bay. It has a large side intake fan, blue LED lighting and a top control panel. We have seen a variety of mid-tower offerings lately and the feature set from the outside looks typical, though with the USB and audio ports on the top I would expect more of a floor placement. Follow along as we take a closer look.