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Old 04-20-2012, 09:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cubitek's new Magic Cube AIO midtower

Checking out Cubitek's new Magic Cube AIO midtower. Looks like a great blank canvas for Modding, with ample space for watercooling hardware. The HD/SSDs mount on wall, so you have ample interior space for water cooling hardware. It fits 240 or 280 radiator in front without any modification. Good layout for large graphics and 1.25″ space behind the motherboard tray.


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I thought this wasn't available in the US yet? I was looking at this case for my next setup.
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where can I get one of those...i really like how it looks
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