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Mnpctech April 20, 2012 06:18 AM

Cubitek's new Magic Cube AIO midtower
 
The Magic Cube AIO midtower is a unique design that fits 2x120mm (240) or 2x140mm (280) radiators without any modifications. Good layout for large graphics cards and cooling equipment due to the lack of large drive cages. Awesome cable management potential with 1.25″ behind the motherboard tray.

Cubitek Magic Cube AIO Case Review. | Case Mod Blog

NSdeadly1 April 21, 2012 12:25 PM

I like the subtle looks. This would make i nice case for my wife's next build.:thumb: Her PC is in the living room so a clean looking and quiet water cooled build would be great. Are these available in Canada?

Soultribunal April 21, 2012 07:57 PM

That is actually pretty damn cool for a case.
I like it,

-ST

Behemoth April 23, 2012 07:11 PM

I want this case really really bad!

Do you happen to know when it will be available bill?

Linus April 23, 2012 07:16 PM

Depending how much demand exists, NCIX might consider bringing these in...

In talks with them right now.

Behemoth April 23, 2012 07:45 PM

Oh god please Linus I beg you! lol.

It is honestly a perfect lan rig and has great capabilities for external water cooling. I've been waiting a long time for something like this to come along.

Linus April 23, 2012 08:06 PM

Anything is fine for external water cooling though... You just need a case with grommets (all of them pretty much) and a couple of quick disconnects.

But it really depends on the logistics. If it ends up tacking another $20 per case to bring it in, then pricing will be out of whack...

Behemoth April 23, 2012 08:41 PM

Not necessarily. This case is extremely stripped down and has just the bare essentials. It doesn't have 15 3.5inch bays or 5 5.25 inch bays. It isn't filled to the rim with feature this and feature that. Its has the perfect amount of nothing to make everything out of it.

Which would be most unfortunate. However, this case is somewhat of a oddity as it lands somewhere between an ATX mini tower and a mid tower. Which could make it rather popular, plus if a few reputable builders do some great with the case, it could explode in popularity. (No pressure Bill)


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