Cubitek Mini Cube review -
Specs and overview
So yeah, Cubitek Magic Cube cases have an anodized black layer on the outside not the inside though, while the use of aluminum makes them extremely light weight. The heart of the system consists of the main module, which can house a Mini ITX.
Cubitek also added two USB 3.0, two 2.0 USD connevors and a pair of audio connectors to the chassis. The Mini Cube can easily fit long graphic cards with up to 280 mm length, CPU coolers with a height of up to 150 mm are supported so low profile coolers are the way to go. Two 3.5 inch hard drives can also be installed at the backside of the motherboard tray, and then even a 2.5" SSD could be added.
Here are the specifications after which we'll dive into the product showcase.
|Item Name||Mini Cube|
|Internal||Original Aluminum Color|
|Size||Case Dimension (mm)||W 200 H 320 D 300|
|Carton Size (mm)||W 250 H 382 D 370|
|Weight||Net Weight (KG)||2.3|
|Gross Weight (KG)||2.8|
|M/B Type||Mini ITX|
|Drive Bay||5.25" Drive Bay||N/A|
|3.5" Drive Bay||Hidden x 3 ( Max. )|
|2.5" Drive Bay||Hidden x 5 ( Max. )|
|I/O Panel||USB 3.0*2||L:400mm|
|Cooling System||Rear||80 or 90mm Fan ( Optional )|
|Bottom||120mm Fan ( Optional )|
|PSU||Standard ATX PSU ( Max. 150mm )|
|Maximum Compatibility||VGA||Max. 280mm long|
|CPU Cooler||Max. 150mm height|
We review the Cubitech Mini Cube as it is the world’s first Mini ITX chassis supporting cable management behind the MB tray. With the fully aluminum Mini Cube, this brings Mini ITX to gamers whilst using up a minimum of space.
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