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Cubitek XL Tank Review



The Cubitek XL-Tank shaped up to be quite an excellent case. Overall, the case did not disappoint and honestly I couldn't find a single flaw with it. The case performed quite well given the fact it ships with the number of fans it has. It also features the fast and quite new USB 3.0, should you have a capable motherboard. Upgrade ability also isn't an issue on the XL-Tank, with support for graphics cards up to 310mm and heatsinks 190mm in height, you should never run into a situation where the case will not work with your hardware. With the ability to house XL-ATX this case supports just about anything that is big. It also includes other neat features such as a removable hard disk drive bay and even offers support for up to six hard disk drives. Wire management with the XL-Tank is exceptional, given the mind numbing amount of holes in the motherboard tray to fish wires through. This offering from Cubitek has it all with great features and good looks to back them up, so you have to wonder just what kind of price tag is attached. It might surprise you, but the case only retails at a cool $189.99, which given its construction and what it includes certainly doesn't break the bank. So if you are looking for a case that simply just has it all, then look no further than the Cubitek XL-Tank.



  • Includes four fans
  • Great looking polished aluminum exterior
  • Large heatsink and graphics card support
  • Great wire management
  • USB 3.0 support
  • Supports six hard disk drives via a removable hard drive cage



  • None


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  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Internal Components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing: Setup and Results
  6. Conclusion
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