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Sigma Unicorn

maximum pc
1 July 2008
  • Excerpt: We never thought we’d see a sub-$100 case with tinted windows, but lo and behold, Sigma’s Unicorn has lived up to its name and shown us the impossible by “blinging up” the exterior of an otherwise stale case. Like spinning rims on a minivan, however, not all of Sigma’s design decisions are well thought out. The front panel features one of the bulkiest doors we’ve ever seen.
  • Pros: Tinted window adds flair; plenty of screwless installation options.
  • Cons: Unneccessary and awkward retention bar; no HD Audio support; unnecessarily-protruberant front panel.
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Sigma Unicorn Case Review

Hardware Secrets
9 June 2008
  • Summary: Sigma Unicorn is a very good case, with a sturdy construction and no sharp edges where you could cut your hands and fingers while building your PC. It provides a different opening mechanism and a removable motherboard tray, which always facilitate the computer building process. It also has a very good number of hard disk drive bays – six or seven, if you don’t use a floppy disk drive –, which is a point we always criticize in high-end cases; some cases cost the double of...
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Sigma Unicorn Mid-Tower Case

OverClock Intelligence Agency
4 June 2008
  • Summary: Working with the Unicorn was generally a good experience, but there were a few small notes that, if improved, would have turned this case from a good one to a great one. One of the most important aspects of a case is its noise level. Many people go to great lengths to ensure that they have a completely silent case. While the Unicorn is not inaudible, it is certainly quiet.
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Overall 8
Overall quality 6
Looks 8
Originality 10


Club Overclocker
14 May 2008
  • Conclusion: The Sigma Unicorn is a case that just seems to be full of surprises, with about 80% of them being good ones.  The case in general has a very sleek look, with a surprising amount of features.  The removable motherboard tray has always been a big hit with me, and I have always been mystified that it isn't more common.  The strut bar looks nice in my opinion, and the hidden accessories tray was a nice bonus as well.
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Overall 8

Sigma Unicorn Review

9 May 2008
  • Conclusion: FS received a new Sigma Unicorn ATX Case, and Tom's up to the task in breaking it down and giving us the scoop. Tom Colarusso (aka. Yoda_Blues ) throws in some funny stuff as well. Check out FiringSquad's third VIDEO review by clicking the link below. For more info, click here to visit Raidmax's forum .
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