Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube Case


The Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube case did very well at keeping the test hardware cool, especially with the inclusion of the passively cooled 7600 GS.
Cooling performance chart
The HDD area saw a slightly elevated temperature range due to my Antec Earthwatts PSU not having a 120mm fan on the bottom. Subsequently, the build up of warm air wasn't able to be evacuated out of the case as efficiently by the 80mm fan that it has at the rear.
As far as noise was concerned, the UFO Cube case was very quiet. So quiet in fact that you really had to strain to hear the 2 x 120mm cooling fans from approximately a metre away.
Let's head over the page to see how the Sunbeamtech UFO Cube case performed as a whole...
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Most Recent Comments

17-12-2007, 10:06:19

When is a UFO not a UFO? When it's a Sunbeamtech case-in-a-box.

Cue the X-Files musicQuote

17-12-2007, 10:20:53

that actually looks really nice

EDIT: must be odd looking at it and being able to see everything

plus, nowhere to hide cables!Quote

17-12-2007, 10:22:24

Awesome little review there PV. I was suprised at the cost of that thing, looks sexy

I'm guessing a disadvantage would be the fact that watercooling would be almost impossible?Quote

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