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Cooltek Coolcube Maxi Black

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  1. Darksaber

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    Cooltek has expanded the Coolcube line with two new cases. On one hand, the ultra-compact Coolcube Mini and, on the other, the mATX Coolcube Maxi. We had the chance to look at the larger of the two, which cannot only hold a larger motherboard, but also more hard drives and bigger components.

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    Relying on passive air flow you won't be able to build anything mid or high end in that. So how were those load temps?
     
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    Looks nice, Been looking for a case to convert my file server to ITX. This might be on my list to look more into, or look into their Mini.
     
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    I like the lack of a 5.25'' bay but no 120mm fan slots is a killer. Seems they did a nice job of layout and not wasting space too. Price is decent.
     

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