Thursday, July 11th 2013

Spire Announces PowerCube 702 Mini-ITX Case

Introducing the new arrival Mini ITX chassis, the PowerCube 702. This cool looking and contemporary Mini ITX case is small but bold, packed with all the quality features you're looking for in a small cube ITX chassis. The front panel is tooled with a mesh air intake which whispers style. Easy access to dual USB2.0 and AC97 Audio ports in the center front. Top and front re-enforced rail and drive bay rack guarantee a sturdy chassis and secure mounting of DVD drives and SSD/HDD Drives. Thermally advanced by one 80 mm fan location in the front and 60mm fan space for exhaust. Select the brand with the industry experience, Spire - Powered by Innovation.
Main Features:
  • Cool and Contemporary design
  • Durable and sturdy 0.5mm SGCC metal structure
  • Meshed lower front for cool air intake
  • Front USB2.0 and AC97 Audio Connections
  • Full Folded, Full Screen and Radiation protected
  • Mini ITX Motherboard, Compatible
  • Rear and front 80mm or 60mm fan space available
  • Pre-assembled with 300W SFX Power Supply
  • Backed by 2 years manufacturer warranty
MSRP: USD 57.95 / EURO 44.95
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5 Comments on Spire Announces PowerCube 702 Mini-ITX Case

I think I would rather have the silverstone sg05/6 if I was to build another one of these size systems
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I'll stick with CM Elite 120 Advanced. cheaper and looks better, no PSU though.
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Well, considering that the SFX PSU in that enclosure is either a Golden Tiger Electronic or a Seventeam (less likely), you're much better off without it.
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It does not have HD audio connections.
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well ... if i want to be hindered by the psu for the cpu heatsink height i go CM Elite 120 but i tend to prefer Fractal Design Node 304 for a ITX build better finishing (the interior i mean) the outside look also better, ATX PSU, 2x 92mm front 1x 140mm back and a 3 fan controller integrated, HD audio front and USB 3.0, place for 6 SSD/HDD and also for big GPU if removing one SSD/HDD rack.

the only cons is : no optical bay in front but, Heck i use a external dvd writer even for my HAF-XB

Spire, powered by innovation? aherm ... that only my personal opinion but it look like a barebone from the early 2xxx without the component inside.
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