Cubitek Tattoo Fire Review 6

Cubitek Tattoo Fire Review

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Cubitek is another new case brand out there. While 2011 will be a big year for them as a long list of all-Aluminum enclosures are being planned. We have taken a look at a prototype of the Cubitek XL Tank recently and now have the pleasure to take a part the Tattoo Fire, which is the most elaborate case in the Tattoo Series. Cubitek also offers the Tattoo Beta and the Tattoo Pro. Intended for those on a budget, the Beta features the same look and feel fo its more expensive brethren but comes with fewer fans and a normal grey interior. The Pro and Fire are identical as far as the feature set is concerned, but the former offers an all black paint job, while the Fire - as the name implies has a red coating internally.


Case typeMid-Tower
Net / Gross Weight 12.50 / 14.50 kg
Dimension207.40 x 440 x 521.2mm
Cooling System Fan controller for 3 fans included
1 rear Fractal Design 120mm @ 1350rpm included
1 front Fractal Design 120mm @ 1350rpm included
1 front 120mm fan (optional)
1 bottom 120mm/140mm fan (optional)
1 side panel 120mm/140mm fan (optional)
2 top 120mm/140mm fan (optional)
ColorBlack exterior and interior
MotherboardsMini ITX, Micro ATX and ATX
PSUStandard ATX PSU of up to 200 - 220 mm
I/O Ports USB2.0 x 2, MIC & Speaker (support ACí97 & HD Audio), eSATA x 1
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