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Cubitek Launches ''Magic Cube'' Modular Case Series

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. sportechie New Member

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    Is there an option to purchase 8-bay external HDD expansion separately? Or can anyone suggest alternative to get 8-bay external hdd expansion? Not Raid system, cuz planning to use third party raid card.
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    I am not so sure. I want to like it but ... hmm.
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    Picts of internals plz k thx!

    Like the concept, but for the money I'd likely swing an Antec or other brand if I wanted all metal. Has better cooling too. I do like looks on my cases but I'm leaning more and more towards ones with better cooling setups that include dust filters. Course where I live we get a lot of dirt.
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    A quick glance of the first page of posts would of netted you this sah
    http://www.cubitek.com/products/chassis/magic-cube-8/gallery.html :toast:
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    They need an optional fourth "cube" to enclose an AT-style PSU
    with a separate ON/OFF switch. This will solve a few problems
    e.g. no need for extension cables when the cubes are separated,
    as in the photo with a monitor in between; and, some of us
    would like to house ramdisks like the ACARD ANS-9010
    in an external enclosure, and power the volatile RAM
    with a second PSU that does not switch OFF when
    the OS is shutdown.

    One more idea: we connect a Highpoint RocketRAID 2322
    with multi-lane "Infiniband" cables which like to mate via
    either an empty PCI slot, or empty SCSI slot: I don't know
    how long those multi-lane cables are, at present.


    MRFS

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