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Mini ITX Desktop
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
- USB 3.2 Type-C
- USB 3.2 Type-A
Motherboard Form Factor
- Mini ITX
- Mini DTX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
320 mm / 12.598"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 38 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build mITX AMD Build 2019 // 3600 & 5700XT
This is a brilliant case. There's plenty of room to build in, and clearance for GPU and cooling units is really impressive considering it's mITX footprint. The build quality is great, I'm happy with the silver (no finger prints!) and the handle on top is surprisingly handy when you're building and moving it around a lot. There's plenty of holes and inserts for cable management as well.
- 27 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Clean TU150 Build
It's a large ITX case with a handle. Cable management could be improved on a case of this size. The side panels are incredibly weak in terms of adhering to the case and if your cables aren't tied down (there aren't very many cable tie-down points), they will not close. You need extensions or longer replacement PSU cables in order to use the top cable management section of the case.
- 15 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build ITX Neon Box
I like this case a lot. Very spacious for an ITX case yet not too bulky like the NZXT H200. Lots of space for cable management. No problem with heat. Plus points include the handle and front USB-C 3.1 port
- 15 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Silver Usurper
My prev. build was the NZXT S340, and I wanted to get a bit smaller, and the handle is actually really useful as I move studios a lot.
Tu150 is a little sharp around the edges, power button a tad flimsy, on the USB ports at the front has a slight bend - otherwise, this is an amazing case that fits all these premium parts without any issues using air to cool.
I had debated hard about going for the NZXT H210, but felt it didn't have as good of airflow. Definitely happy with that decision.
- 10 points
- 18 days ago
from completed build ITX Portable Power
All metal and finished to a high standard. Magnetic carry handle is cool and the snap on panels are excellent. Would of like a led on the power button and the holes around the rear fan would of been better as a mesh. Because of the front AIO install the dust guard won’t fit. But the bottom fans don’t have a filter. I may purchase 3rd part filter. I have also tried the AIO on the rear. Work marginally better and I can use the stock filter.
- 8 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Regulus, Little Star King
There are quite a few things I love about this case:
- It's spacious for an mITX case. There's plenty of room to fit a GPU that's 306 mm in length and a tower cooler.
- The handle easily pulls up to allow for easy carrying.
- The panels connect using a latching/click-in mechanism, which is actually a lot sturdier than I expected.
- The case aesthetic is pretty sleek with the brushed aluminum look. Also, I like that the tempered glass side hides the power supply at the top of the case.
While I really like the case, I can't give it a full five-star rating for a few reasons:
- There aren't many cable tie-down points in the back, so it can make it harder to close the back panel. My build has the panel slightly bulging at the middle top, and that's even with some pretty good cable management.
- The bottom of the case has no dust filter, so you have a couple of options: 1) leave it open as is, 2) buy dust filters to attach to the case, or 3) jury-rig some other way to filter dust.
- The aluminum is kind of thin, so it's actually pretty easy to scratch/chip it.
- It's nice that there's space at the top for extra cable management, but it's only really useful if you have a cable long enough to route up there.
If you're thinking about getting this case, here are some tips:
- If you plan on using a GPU longer than ~285 mm, you'll have to turn it diagonal to get it into the case first. In other words, don't attach your CPU cooler before inserting your GPU.
- If you care about cable management, be aware of all of the cables you'll need and how long they are. Routing can get kind of tricky if you're not aware of those things.
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