Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review


Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review  

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In the introduction we mentioned that Cubitek have adopted the 'Less is More' approach to the design of a few of their cases, the Mini Cube is no exception. The front and side panels are brushed black aluminium which adds to its elegance and subtleness of the case and it could be easily mistaken for another electrical item, such as a sub woofer. The company logo located at the bottom of the front panel is the only giveaway that this is a PC case.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

Situated on the front panel itself are the usual power and reset buttons in addition to power & hard drive activity lights.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

Located at the top of the case are; 2x USB 2.0 ports, 2x USB 3.0 ports and the input jacks for stereo output and mic input.

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review

Towards the side of the case, we get to see how nice the brushed aluminium looks. Not only does this help towards the weight of the case, as it weighs next to nothing. The stylish effect is always stunning to look at.

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The rear of the case has a slightly different styling to the rest of the case as Cubitek have chosen to keep the rear panel plain Aluminium. This doesn't take anything away from the aesthetics of the case as most of the time the rear panel is never in view. Cooling is provided by a stamped out area where an 80mm or 90mm fan can be fitted and additional venting is added by 2 vented blanking plates which can be removed (via thumb screw) to fit a dual width graphics card or a single width card with an additional PCI component (should your motherboard support it).

Cubitek Mini Cube Case Review



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Most Recent Comments

04-03-2013, 07:53:30

Today we will be looking at the Cubitek Mini Cube. A case that promises big things from a small package. OC3D take a look inside and see what the Mini Cube has to offer.

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04-03-2013, 08:00:14

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

04-03-2013, 09:10:55

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

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