NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case

NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case

NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case

NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case


NZXT has just released their new Manta ITX chassis, which features a new curved design, an expansive interior and extensive water cooling support that allows for push pull radiators on the top and front.

The new case offers support for NZXT's Kraken X61 280mm radiator which can be supported in even a push pull fan configuration, promising very cool temperatures through the magic of water cooling.       


NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case  NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case  


This case is using a whole new manufacturing technology from NZXT, offering an all new curved design which is certainly eye catching. 


- New manufacturing technology offers unparalleled build quality 
- Elegant, curved steel paneling and window 
- Double the cable management space 
- Dual 280mm liquid cooling support 
- Kraken X61-ready with push/pull capabilities 
- Integrated PSU shroud for a beautifully clean build 
- Fully filtered, easy-to-remove intake 


NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case  NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Water cooling case  



- Dimensions: W: 245mm x H: 426mm x D: 450mm 
- Material(s): Fully steel plated exterior, steel chassis 
- Total Weight: 7.2kg 
- Motherboard Support: Mini-ITX 
- External Features: 2xUSB 3.0, 1x Audio/Mic, I/O Panel LED On/Off 
- Internal 3.5”: 2 
- Internal 2.5”: 3 
- PCI Expansion Slots: 2 
- Cooling: Front - 2x 140mm/120mm (2x120mm included), Top - 2 x 140mm/120mm, Rear - 1 x 120mm (included) 
- CPU Cooler Clearance: 160mm 
- GPU Clearance: 363mm 
- PSU Length: 363mm 
- Packaging Dimensions (WxHxD): 295 x 495 x 470mm 
- Gross Weight 8.6kg 
- Model: CA-MANTW-W1


Right now NZXT's new Manta Mini-ITX chassis is priced at £109.99 at Overclockers UK.


You can join the discussion on NZXT's new Manta Mini-ITX Case on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

26-01-2016, 11:39:09

Dark NighT
The external looks might be a bit marmite, but the inside looks really good.Quote

26-01-2016, 14:21:57

Looks nice until you look at the specifications and one notices that the case is larger then an S340, which can take a full size ATX motherboard....

I just wished, they would make a smaller S340 to fit a Mini-ITX with just an SFX-L PSU, so it could be both lower and less wide.....Quote

26-01-2016, 14:49:48

Seems very big but that hasn't held back the success of ITX cases in the past, confusingly.


27-01-2016, 00:29:59

It does give off an impression of being smaller than specified.Quote

28-01-2016, 09:46:44


Interesting case, yet its as big as my CaseLabs Nova X2M. I think I will stick with the CaseLabs Nova for now. The internals look interesting. Hope I can see one in person to judge how the internal parts work rather than just looking at pictures.


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