Cubitek Magic Cube 3HDD review -
The chassis market is a huge yet complex one. People are picky and want original things hence the massive choice you get in the stores. Lately cases have been shifting more towards high-end and stylish design here in Europe, because hey ... we all want something unique and special.
Cubitek figured, heck .. it's all in our own brand name, let's design a modular chassis series under the name Magic Cube. One main chassis will be housing your motherboard and PSU, and two other smaller 'cubes' will house HDDs and Optical storage units and such. That completely overhauls the design of any regular chassis, as all of the sudden .. you have three units housing your PC. The motherboard cubes also resemble one another, being equipped with several fans and even support for up to EATX platforms and an I/O panel on the top, which has eSATA, audio, mic and even two USB 3.0 ports.
Basically, the HDD cube is what distinguished between the two siblings, as the B210 can house three drives and has one 80 mm fan, while the B211 can handle up to eight and has two 140 mm spinners.
Cubitek then figured, well quality is everything so they want for an all aluminum (black) design to make sure this chassis series is amongst the best of the best (aluminum chassis are great for heat transfer). So available in 3 and 8 HDD versions the Magic cube series was born.
Both products are constructed out of aluminum with an anodized black coating and have removable panels, meaning that overclockers and enthusiasts can use them as test benches as well. The Cubes are priced at at 179.90 for the 3HDD and 199.90 for the 9HDD version..
Anyway, have a peek and then let's head onwards into the review.
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Cubitek Magic Cube 3HDD review
Cubitek figured, heck .. it's all in our own brand name, let's design a modular chassis series under the name Magic Cube