Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube Case


So how well did the Sunbeamtech UFO Cube case perform in todays review?
The presentation of the case was of a high standard, and the way in which it was packaged meant that you shouldn't have any worries about it arriving damaged. Everything that you need is included as well as a few extra screws just in case you lose some along the way. The overall look of the case is very good, although case choice is certainly a personal thing. It's certainly nice to see that Sunbeamtech has also perfected their case-in-a-box format in that the materials are considerably better quality than their first generation.
The cooling performance of the case was very good as we saw today in the testing phase. One thing to bear in mind though is that the Cube case certainly requires your PSU to have a fan on the bottom to help evacuate heat out of the chassis efficiently. The noise emitted by the cooling fans is also more than acceptable.
Sunbeamtech has an MSRP of just US$79.00 on the Cube case which means it's an absolute steal in my opinion.
Let's have a look at the review break-down:
The Good
• Price
• Build quality
• Looks
• Cooling performance
• Roomier than the average SFF case
• Quiet
The Mediocre
• Potential dust magnet
• Restricted to CPU heat sink choice
• Will not take 8800GTX or HD2900XT
• Not rigid enough for frequent LAN work
The Bad
• Nothing to report
I have decided to award the Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube case the Overclock3D 'Recommended' and 'Value For Money' Award.
Recommended Award Value For Money Award
Overclock3D would like to thank Sunbeamtech for supplying the review sample
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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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