Antec Cube Designed by Razer Chassis Review

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Antec Cube Designed by Razer Chassis Review

Two of the biggest names in the PC hardware market have come together this year, as Antec and Razer join forces to create a mini-ITX chassis for the PC gaming market. Razer has a huge almost cult like following in the gaming world, with their high-end keyboards, mice, headsets, even gaming PCs offering some impressive features, albeit often with a hefty price tags. Antec has been around for longer than most of us can remember, creating many award-winning chassis, coolers, power supplies and more. So with Razer doing the design and Antec working out the manufacturing side of things, we’re left with the Antec Cube, a £250 compact gaming chassis power house, and we’re eager to see what it has to offer!

Built For Battle

“Armed with good looks and an array of builder-focused features, the Cube—Designed by Razer boasts massive GPU clearance, front/rear radiator support, and expansion potential in a compact form factor. And with signature Razer green styling and LED accent lighting, the Cube—Designed by Razer completes your gaming experience like nothing else can.”

Styled for Enthusiasts

“The side and top panels are fitted with darkened acrylic windows, and an easy, tool-less side panel opening mechanism enables no-fuss access to your hardware. In addition to the LED rear exhaust fan and underglow lighting strips in signature Razer green, the front panel and basement compartment feature signature Razer design elements. Rounding out the Razer theme, the power button and USB 3.0 ports are decked out in iconic Razer green to complement your ultimate setup.”


It may be small, the Cube uses its space wisely, offering up room for a few hard drives, an extra long graphics card (up to 350mm), as well as room for a 120/240mm radiator in the front, and a 120/140mm in the back. Pretty much everything you need for a compact high-performance gaming system, making it ideal to put up on your desktop and even carry to LAN gaming events.

Model: Antec Cube—Designed by RAZER
Case Type: Mini-ITX
Drive Bays: 1 x 3.5” HDD
(mounting space can be used for up to 2 x 2.5” SSD)
2 x 2.5” SSD
Motherboard: Mini-ITX
Expansion Slots: 3
Maximum graphics card size (without front intake fans/radiator installed) : 350 mm
Maximum CPU cooler height: 190 mm
Cooling System: Front: 2 x 120 mm front intake fan (Optional)
1x 140 mm front intake fan (Optional)
1x 180 mm front intake fan (Optional)
Rear: 1 x 120 mm rear exhaust fan mount (pre-installed)
Radiator Support: Front: up to 240 mm
Rear: up to 140 mm
Front I/O Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, I/O button, Audio In/Out
Unit Dimensions: 365 mm(H) x 250 mm(W) x 460 mm(D)
14.37”(H) x 9.84”(W) x 18.11”(D)

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