Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review


Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review  

Up Close - Internal

When the side panels are removed by unscrewing the 4 small screws on each panel, the internal design of the Mini Cube may come as a bit of a shock. The all Aluminium design is always fantastic to look at, however the cut-outs are what draw attention more than anything else, the Cube Mini is a small case the packs a punch when it comes to features, its the first of its kind to support cable management (behind the motherboard) in a Mini-ITX case - a much needed feature that is impossible to ignore. The other small cut outs are a design feature to accommodate mounting internal drives, we'll explain how this works a little later.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

The front panel connectors are bundled up neatly and tied together, conveniently all of the cables with the exception of the internal USB 3.0 cable - all manage to fit through the 'key-hole' cut outs which makes hiding them out of the way a doddle.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

At the bottom of the case is a small vented area which can be used to mount a 2.5" drive. The power supply (if mounted fan down) is dust filtered. Located between the 2 area's is a small cut out of the motherboard tray - this is where PSU cables can be routed out, to be fed back into the case at the appropriate area.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

Cable management is natively supported by the case and it is evident Cubitek haven't just throw it together. They have provided approximately 3cm of space behind the motherboard tray, which is more than adequate for routing cables. This space is also used by the drive mounting system as 3.5" and 2.5" drives can be mounted to the reverse side of the motherboard back tray.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review 




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Most Recent Comments

04-03-2013, 07:53:30

Today we will be looking at the Cubitek Mini Cube. A case that promises big things from a small package. OC3D take a look inside and see what the Mini Cube has to offer.

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04-03-2013, 08:00:14

Ok , but iv'e been curious about the Magic cube .Quote

04-03-2013, 09:10:55

Hmm. How can you rate a case without testing the cooling? Surely it needs a PC built into it and compared against other cases?

From what I can see it has hardly any cooling at all meaning it's just going to be a hot box.

Bit of a disappointing review really. Didn't even fit a GPU to it.Quote

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