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Cubitek Mini Tank... anyone else use one?

post #1 of 11
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Hey guys, I am about to start a new SFF build in my Mini tank... anyone else every used one??? This thing is a beast of an ITX case. a little bigger than msot, but can fit a full PSU and full size GPU....

Pics if any of you ahv used one, or anything like that!
post #2 of 11
I was going to get one from silverpcs.com/ but decided otherwise. Costly and would have handicapped my other build.
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Yes, they are costly, but one sweet looking case. Definitely one of the best cooled ITX cases out there. It is a little big, but i think it will be a beast once I am done with it.
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when will you start the build? I'm curious to see a build in one smile.gif
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It's not exactly ITX it's basically only a tiny bit smaller than an MATX. I don't see the need in an ITX case of that size.
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It's not exactly ITX it's basically only a tiny bit smaller than an MATX. I don't see the need in an ITX case of that size.

Yes, its made for an ITX mobo, therefor an ITX rig. Yes it is a little oversize for what it is, BUT, i think I can make a pretty good rig out of it! It will be my wifes rig, but have LAN potential for me.


I am planning on starting on it within the next few weeks. Just gotta figure out parts that I am going to use, and then as soon as my wife gives me the ok... start. I just finished building my Eyefinity/Phantom build....
post #7 of 11
Hey mate, not sure if I'm too late, but if you're at all interested this is my build log: http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=994308
I had to buy it direct from Cubitek (I bought their office display model) as they'd ceased production and shipping to Australia. They supplied it with a unique window though which was nice biggrin.gif
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Yeah, i havent decided if i am going to continue this build.... i kidna want to build a mATX rig now.

But wow, that looks awesome!
Edited by Derek1387 - 1/11/12 at 2:18pm
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So... if anyone wants to buy a Cubitek Mini Tank smile.gif
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So... if anyone wants to buy a Cubitek Mini Tank smile.gif
I do! Going to be making a mini ITX build.

Was going to get mine from here...:
http://www.hardwareking.net/product_info.php?info=p84775_Cubitek-mini-tank--mini-ITX--CB-TKI-B210-.html

But I am PRETTY sure this is a scam. Says it is located in Frankfurt, Germany but the bank address is to Malaysia.
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