Cubitek Mini Cube review -
The one thing you have to give this set is the nice looks with that Anodized black aluminum finish, it is sensitive to fingerprints though, but well, that's the nature of the material really.
Here we can observe the side panels, they again are flat sheet anodized aluminum, secured with four small screws which you can easily remove. The backside reveals the rear IO, room for two PCI cards, the PSU at the bottom and room for a 80 or 90mm Fan which is optional. At the bottom there's room for a 120mm fan as well.
So to the left you would seat your PSU (150mm) and to the right you could mount a 120mm fan. Now you could also install a single 120mm radiator + fan there and even hunt down some liquid cooling.
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.
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