Anidees AI Crystal Cube Lite Case Review


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AI Crystal Cube Lite Detailed Features

With the tempered glass side panel removed, we can see the internal layout of the case. The entire frame has a matte finish, which is finger print resistant. You can install two SSDs over the rubberized cable cutouts if you choose. Rubber grommets are present on three of the cable cutouts, but an E-ATX motherboard will not allow you to use these. Instead, there are three more cutouts closer to the front. Unfortunately, those do not have rubber grommets.

In the secondary chamber, there are plenty of cable tie down points but no Velcro straps present. The HDD cage supports two 3.5″ HDDs or three 2.5″ SSDs, which sits over the CPU cutout. Here we can also see the built-in fan controller and it is capable of supporting five fans. The power supply unit can be mounted with the fan facing the side panel or facing the motherboard and there is a cutout so the power supply unit can breathe.

With the front panel removed, we can see the two large air intake areas with dust filters. The top does have a 5.25″ drive bay if you really need to use it.

You can install up to a 280mm radiator on the main side, and up to three 80mm fans on the secondary side.

With the dust filter removed, we can see all of the different fan mounting options on the top. There is room for four 120mm or two 140mm fans. You can also mount two 120mm or two 140mm fans directly in the center to give the build a symmetrical look. A radiator with fans will fit in the center assuming it is not a push-pull configuration.

In the next section, we will take a look at more features the Crystal Cube Lite has to offer.


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