Those who follow the world of compact PCs will undoubtedly remember the Antec Cube, a high-end Mini-ITX case on which both EKWB and Razer interacted, following two distinct strands, giving life to two special editions.
Almost five years later, the Californian brand is ready to release a new updated version, the Dark Cube.
With dimensions of 512x240x406mm (WxLxH) the new case is mainly made of 3mm aluminum and sees, on both sides and on the top, the presence of three tempered glass panels that will allow to highlight the components mounted inside.
If this is not enough, the mesh panel on the front, particularly suitable for those who prefer excellent thermal performance, can be replaced, very easily, by a fourth glass panel supplied.
To keep up with the times, obviously, an ARGB lighting system could not be missing, located in the four corners of the front and also manageable via the integrated controller.
Inside the sturdy structure you can install a 3.5 “drive, a 2.5” drive, an ATX power supply, a video card up to 330mm long and even Mini DTX motherboards such as the ASUS Crosshair VIII Impact.
On the front it is possible to mount two 120mm fans or a 240mm radiator while, on the back, in correspondence with the CPU area, another 120mm fan with radiator of the same size can find space.
To facilitate the installation of the components, the entire internal frame can be removed from the back so as not to go crazy to complete the procedure and correctly route the various cables.
The Antec Dark Cube is arriving, at authorized dealers, at the recommended price of 209 €.