X2 RINDJA ATX Chassis Review

Conclusion and Verdict

I’m not sure if it’s me or really X2 RINDJA is missing too much to be called good case for enthusiasts and games. At first look all seems fine but manufacturer saved on too many things. We have window which actually looks great as it’s clear and has good size ( can see everything inside what you wish to ). We have enough space for AIO water cooling or larger air cooling.


Inside can be installed most motherboards available on the market including these larger than ATX format. Fans look great during work. Drives like HDD or SSD can be installed vertically without additional bays what saves space and improves airflow. All these ideas are good but somehow everything feels cheap. In the specification we can read that used steel is 0.55mm thick. It’s not enough for gaming/enthusiast series.

The main thing which is saving X2 RINDJA is price. MSRP is $69.95 what with 3 fans included seems quite good price. I guess that less demanding users will find it interesting. Probably also modders could be interested as design of RINDJA has some potential. Case overall isn’t big but inside can fit quite powerful gaming computer.



  • SSD/HDD mounting saves space
  • Great looking fans with many bright LEDs
  • Well designed PSU bay
  • Inexpensive


  • Many elements could be improved
  • Not enough for enthusiast grade case


X2 RINDIA is not the best designed case but has couple of interesting features. Considering it’s inexpensive then can be good option for less demanding gamers who also wish to use stronger cooling as you can install water cooling.


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Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.