Three fans provide quieter cooling. Large front vents allow more air to pull through the inside of the case than other cube cases. Inside includes cable routing and supports for liquid cooling.
Exterior surface leaves marks when touched.
Large cube case comes in several colors with clear access panels for a unique look. Capable of supporting dual water radiators for enhanced liquid cooling. Easy to take apart and put back together.
Airflow from the front fan is largely blocked by the case frame.
Large interior space offers more modularity than traditional computer cases. Sides open up to offer convenient access to the interior for replacing parts. Comes with a three-year warranty.
Can be difficult to mount motherboard with the included fasteners and hardware.
Data storage racks include space for up to four hard drives for extra storage. Side vents include filters for better dust control. Complete modular interior design.
Dust filters do not work as well as third party options. Side panels are prone to bending.
Front panel includes a series of ventilation holes for better interior circulation. Stackable thermal solution makes cooling the case easier than most traditional computers. Includes a three-year warranty.
The size of the case may be too large for small desktops or cramped spaces.
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Finding the right computer case size can be difficult depending on your needs. Large, mid-, and full-tower cases offer a lot of space at the expense of room on the desk or floor. Compact and mini-cases are great for portability but can be challenging to fit large graphic cards and CPUs. Sitting in the middle are cube cases that are smaller than full-size options but maximize space inside. Much like regular cases, cube cases are designed for many uses. A good general case is perfect for an everyday computer. Gamers wanting a small rig, on the other hand, should check out models with more ventilation, side access panels, and optional LED lights.