Akasa Plato X Slim Fanless Chassis i5/i7 NUC Chassis Review




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Interior


The top panel can be removed via the four screws on the top, making it nice and easy to gain access to the chassis interior.

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As you might imagine, there’s not a lot of space here, but there’s still a good amount of excess anyway, as this chassis is larger to allow for better cooling capabilities at the cost of some ergonomics.

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Here you can see a dual-height aluminium block which rises off the incredibly thick base of the chassis. This is the heat sink for the CPU hardware and there are appropriate thermal pastes and pads included in the box to allow you to fit your motherboard to this with ease.

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towards the front, you’ll see the main I/O panel has pass through cables, as the stock ones on the board would be too far from the front panel. They’re all self-explanatory and super easy to set up.

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