Antec is revamping its Cube Mini-ITX chassis for 2020. The new Antec Dark Cube comes with two panel options, allowing users to choose between tempered glass for aesthetics or a mesh front panel for optimal airflow.
The Dark Cube is described an untraditional case, but it still maintains support for the latest high-end gaming hardware. This includes motherboards up to M-ATX in size, despite being an ITX case. By using dual panel options, users can also opt for maximum airflow with a mesh front, or better aesthetics for showing off your build with a tempered glass panel instead.
The Dark Cube measures in at 512 x 240 x 406mm (Lx W x H) and features a case structure made of 3mm aerospace standard aluminium alloy. Inside the case you will find room for one 3.5″ HDD drive bay and one 2.5″ SSD bay. There are also four expansion slots.
The case supports graphics cards with a length of up to 330mm and also supports up to 1x 240mm liquid cooling radiator in the front and a 120mm radiator in the rear. There are also three fan mounts for additional cooling. Thanks to metallic rails, the Dark Cube chassis can support different configurations, including an upside down build.
The Antec Dark Cube will be available later this month with an MSRP of €209.
KitGuru Says: Are any of you planning on putting together a small form factor gaming PC this year? Will you be considering the Antec Dark Cube for it?