Cubitek Mini Cube review -
Frontpanel connectors then. You'll get USB 3.0 x 2 and USB 2.0 x 2 / HD+AC-97 audio. That's all though. These are the essentials, the inclusion of USB 3.0 however is a nice toutch.
I borrowed the image above from Cubitek as it gives a nice demonstration of what you can house versus dimensions, you'll notice that graphics cards with a length up-to 28 CM will fit. I mean imaging a Core i5 Mini ITX solution in combo with a GeForce GTX 660 Ti or Radeon HD 7870. That's not bad for a 30CM chassis eh ?
The interior looks clean and simple, it can be that way as all HDDs and SSDs are placed in opposing side of the chassis, behind the motherboard tray. At the top side you may place a 80 or 90mm Fan. Fans are not included though. Here you can also see a little better that the chassis supports two pcie card slots.
At the bottom you can see placement for the PSU, please only use 150mm maximum if you install a 120mm fan to the bottom right. The PSU fan intake is protected by a fan dust filter which you can remove and clean.
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