Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube Case


The packaging for the UFO Acrylic Cube is certainly a no-frills offering. The box features a simple image of the product on the front and a set of images on the rear illustrating the Sunbeamtech Acrylic Cube case' features. The case specifications are found on the side of the box.
Cube packaging front Cube packaging rear
Cube packaging side Cube packaging opposite side
Removing the outer shell reveals a well packaged and well protected inner shall. Each individual piece of the Cube case is housed in a sheath of polystyrene-like material, and the associated case hardware sits on top.
Packaging opened Hardware included list
The installation hardware that ships with the Cube case is quite significant, and a little daunting to say the least. The packaging includes an instruction booklet with very easy to follow text and quite detailed images of each stage.
Packaging contents
Included in the Cube case packaging is:
* UFO Acrylic Cube case panels
* 2 x 120mm fans and grills
* On/Off button assembly
* Case feet
* Screws, screws and more screws
* 35" - 5.25" HDD spacers
* Panel brackets
* Motherboard I/O panel with blanking plates
* 1 x case speaker
* A pair of Michael Jackson's finest.
Now that we've had a look at the packaging and its contents, let's have a closer look at the case and how easy it is to construct...
A Closer Look
The On/Off button assembly features 2 x USB 2.0 ports and speaker/mic ports. The buttons feel really nice and easy to push, and have a quality feel about them. You will also notice the assembly has 2 x LED's present; one for power and one for HDD activity.
The two supplied 120mm fans are a little bit of a mystery as I couldn't find the exact fan on the Sunbeamtech website. I do believe though that they are an SLF-12-B Silent LED variety with a noise output of 21dbA and a rotational speed of 1200RPM.
On/Off assembly Sunbeamtech 120mm fan
The panels on the UFO Acrylic Cube case are simply screwed together using thumb screws and the screw holes present in the panels.
Case panel screw hole Case panel screw hole_2
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Most Recent Comments

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

17-12-2007, 10:23:47

Yeah tis not too bad at all mate, it's really grown on me.

Originally Posted by jiffz
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?
Thanks jiffz. Actually water-cooling it would be a cinch, and it is on my 'to do' list next year.Quote

17-12-2007, 11:19:38

If I were MountainMods I would sue Sunbeamtech and get riiiich.


"* A pair of Michael Jackson's finest."

^^^^ PMSL when I saw that!!! :rollingla:rollingla:rollinglaQuote

17-12-2007, 11:26:50

I like this format. Kinda reminds me of Orac from Blake`s 7. Just need a key thing to slot in the top.

Talking of wc`ing, there`s a project log I can`t find that did something like this from scratch, looked amazing.Quote

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