Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

Installation

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review  



Installation

Installing a system inside the Mini Cube is a little different to what we expected. As mentioned earlier in the review, the case houses no drive bays and any drives are mounted to the rear of the motherboard tray. To do this, Cubitek have provided a plethora of screws and fittings to allow you to do this with ease.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review


Following the provided installation guide, it advises installing the motherboard first followed by the power supply and eventually any storage drives.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review


Drives are mounted to the motherboard tray by screwing a rubber grommet to the underside of the drive, then feeding it through the allocated holes. A maximum of 3x 3.5" drives or 5x 2.5" drives can be fitted to this area.

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Most Recent Comments

04-03-2013, 08:00:14

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

04-03-2013, 09:10:55

alienware
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

04-03-2013, 09:29:18

Greenback
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
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.
in the conclusion

"For most users, the low power systems that are usually put together in these type of cases won't be too concerned with temperatures as generally the components won't get too warm"Quote

04-03-2013, 09:41:03

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
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.

Very seldomly do we with ITX mate. Other than do they fit. lol

We would have to change the board to a better one to do any decent heat temps. Unless we get sent one that stays Im not buying anything.Quote

04-03-2013, 09:55:03

FTR.4500MHz
I really like this little case!

And if cooling wise it might not have the best options you can always mod some intake/exhaust fans into it...

Otherwise nice review as usual.

Cheers.Quote
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