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DIYPC - Cuboid-R MicroATX Mini Tower Case

( 4.4 Average / 9 Ratings )




Part #



Black / Red


MicroATX Mini Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

340 mm / 13.386 "

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xhaikalf 16 points 39 months ago
from completed build Budget gaming cs go

This case is awesome! Maximum airflow guaranteed , 200 mm fan on the front and 1 exhaust fan on the back are preinstalled, you can add 2 x140mm fan on the top if you like but you have to remove the dvd bay because it will interferes with the airflow.

tylerlachurch 2 points 26 months ago
from completed build Alienware Alpha R2 Replacement

Having some issue with the mic and headphone ports but that could be user error

aTamedBear 14 points 26 months ago
from completed build Fire I3 6100 build

Great case for the price, fans that are included have 3 pin and molex adapters. I hoked them up via molex and they are surprisingly quiet.

Roachbugg 6 points 23 months ago
from completed build DAS Cube

Case looks great. The drive area was super cramped. It was really hard to plug everything into the PSU. Cable management is decent. Mine looks like his noodleyness live inside that's because I'm lazy.

newoldtimer 7 points 20 months ago

This is one of the few parts of my build I regret a bit (besides the MOBO more on that later). Being a foolish late night purchase, I didn't completely consider my options (if you have any idea a case that fits my needs let me know please), and I bought it on a whim. Sure, it wasn't expensive, but again, I'm not strapped. I'm just going to segment it into pros and cons:

Pros: -Included fans look great and are quiet, and keep the system extremely cool (numbers later). -Windows look great on the machine on both sides -Easy removable top, and sides make tuning a breeze on this case -Neat SSD cage that swings out for easy connection -Moderate Cable management options -Plenty of USB connectors on the front (or top) -Nice Aesthetic design -Inexpensive

Cons: -The included wiring is very fragile, just attempting to connect one of the fan headers into my MOBO frayed the wire for the 4 pin power cable for the rear fan entirely off. I was able to still use both fans by just connecting the headers into the MOBO, but I really had to stretch it. -The included wiring can't be managed at all, so wires seem to be just jutting from the top of the case when you look in. I jerry-rigged it for the front fan header cord but the other cords needed to be bundled into the mess that is my cable management and were very taut. (Just to mention, my MOBO doesn't seem to have a USB Card reader header, so I tucked that wire away). - Unremovable HDD cage (the cage seems to be mounted by screws that have no heading for Philips or flathead.) *It's also a bit big, but that's not truly a con for everyone. I just consider this a punishment for my lack of insight.

gaia554 8 points 20 months ago
from completed build Bad Dragon

This case is awesome, ive never owned a cube case, always had regular towers. great cable management, and great color combination.

LostElement 4 points 18 months ago

Amazing case for the price. High airflow, can support a 240mm radiator, ATX PSUs, feels pretty quality (Except for the HDD bays, but meh), and can support any size air cooler.

10/10 would recommend.

LostElement 4 points 14 months ago
from completed build A worthy upgrade to the Mariner

Re-reviewing this case.

It’s awesome. Lots of space for hardware and coolers with 240mm rad support, but after building in it more, I notice its flaws.

Two 3.5” drive bays. Very limiting. I have 3 HDDs (I need the storage) and I had to cram them in. HDD temps were getting high because very little air goes to them, so I picked up a 92mm fan and blasted them at the drives. Temps went from 50c to 35c.

Space for cable management. Save yourself the hassle. Get a fully modular power supply. A semi-modular simply won’t cut it.

Size. It’s not a mini tower. It’s almost as big as a mid tower. So be wary.

Still, all-in-all, I love this case. But it does have flaws.

tadtheman28 8 points 13 months ago
from completed build Crimson Cube (Budget VR PC)

It's a great case, but there is a few downsides to it. For starters, the case is a bit cramped, so cable management will be quite tough. There is very little space for the wiring of the hardrives in the drive bays. Otherwise, it's a great case, and I would recommend it for a compact micro ATX build