|Case Type||Gaming Cube|
|Material||SECC Japanese steel|
|Front Bezel Material|
|Side Panel||Transparent Window|
|Motherboard Support||Micro ATX form factor,
Mini ITX form factor
|5.25″ Drive Bay||2|
|Ext. 3.5″ Drive Bay||1|
|Int. 3.5″ Drive Bay||2|
|Front I/O Ports||USB 2.0 x 2,
IEEE 1394 Firewire,
|Cooling System||– Front :
90 mm fan with blue LED x 1, 1500 rpm
– Rear :
60 mm fan x 2, 1800 rpm (up to 60 mm fan x 3)
|Liquid Cooling Capable||No|
|Liquid Cooling Embedded||No|
|Power Supply Supported||Standard ATX PSII|
|Power Supply Included||No|
|Dimension (H*W*D)||11.8 x 9.1 x 16.9 in
230 x 300 x 430 mm
|Net Weight||13.4 lbs
With a three year warranty you can tell Thermaltake stands behind their products. Also, the included cooling is sufficient for a majority of small form factor systems.
The box is designed to impress even before you take a look at the contents.
In addition to the standard Styrofoam blocks the entire case is wrapped in a fiber bag. Thermaltake is really pulling all the stops on this one.
The two plastic ventilated sides are covered in protective film so they don’t get scratched in shipment.The case has a good weight to it. It appears to be sturdy, and the plastic windows (a common fail point for some cases) are durably mounted.