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MetallicGear NEO Qube – Showcase case review

The NEO Qube from MetallicGear shows a lot of hardware – through a glass front and a glass side panel. MetallicGear belongs to Phanteks, so it is more likely to be one of the big and well-known brands and tries with this case, as Inter-Tech did with the C-701 Panorama, to create a competitor to the very popular Lian Li O11 Dynamic.


Case type ATX
Dimensions (LxHxW) 450 mm x 460 mm x 270 mm
PCI-Slots 8, removable
Available colors white, black
Front connectors 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (Type C), microphone, headset, RGB button
Drive bays 2x 3.5″, 5x 2.5″
Form factors E-ATX, ATX, µATX, Mini-ITX
Fan side: 3x 120 mm
Top: 3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm
Bottom: 3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm
Radiators side: 360 mm
Top: 360 mm or 280 mm
Bottom: 360 mm
Max. CPU cooler height 148 mm
Max. graphic card length 425 mm
Price € 111.75* (black), Price not available* (white)

Scope of delivery

The case is shipped in a rather plain brown cardboard box. It is printed with an image and specifications of the product. If you remove it, you will find the case, which is protected by polystyrene and a film for transport. This is a reasonable way to ensure that the case arrives at the customer with intact glass side panels and no other damage.

Inside the case you will also find a manual and a small box with further accessories – seven black cable ties and all necessary screws. To open the case, you first have to loosen the knurled screws for the cover, then you can remove the side parts. This is in the manual, but you have to open the case to get an explanation how it works.

Pre-assembled are already dust filters on the right side and in the bottom of the case. As usual with cases of this kind unfortunately no fans are pre-assembled or generally included.

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MTALLICGAR NEO Qube, Dual Tempered Glass Design, Dual Chamber ATX Mid-Tower, Digital-RGB Lighting, Dual System Support, Black price comparison

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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