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Antec Cube-Designed by Razer Mini-ITX Chassis Preview (Page 4)

By Chad Sebring from Nov 22, 2016 @ 23:01 CST

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The hardware we go with the Cube is what you can see in these four bags. There are M3 screws used for 2.5" drive installation with the PSU screws next to them. At the bottom, we are also given four standard fan screws and a bag with the motherboard and HDD screws to the right.





Also, to help when adding fans to the Cube, if the power leads fall short, Antec provides two 4-pin fan extension cables to alleviate that. To help manage what little wiring there is to do inside of the Cube, there is a set of five zip-ties to keep wiring in place and out of the way of the storage bays.




The product overview is also included for the Cube. It does cover how to get inside of the chassis by pulling the side panels until the balls release from the sockets and show how components are to be installed. There are great images used to help guide you along, and the text contributes to specifying exactly what the intended procedures are.

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