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UMX2 @ Nikktech.com

The Cooltek Jonsbo UMX2 is the very first case to arrive in our lab which even though many of you are well aware that I’m not much into small cases I’d actually use to house one of my systems (if space was an issue). As a matter of fact this is one of the very few mini-ITX cases i can easily classify as special not only because you can place a full sized ATX mainboard inside but also because it features good airflow levels from its 3 pre-installed fans and its exterior is made entirely out of aluminum.

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C3 @ Deathcaverna

Cooltek con questo C3 Window ha creato un prodotto di design e qualità davvero notevole, l’utilizzo dell’alluminio è un punto a favore che rende questo case un vero e proprio piccolo gioiello per chi ha bisogno di un sistema compatto ed elegante. In realtà questo piccolo case permette anche l’installazione di componenti di tutto rispetto anche sul lato gaming grazie allo spazio di 275mm per le VGA e di 175mm per la CPU o di un kit AIO da 120mm. Infine il prezzo, con valori che oscillano tra 50 e 65€ negli store online, è da considerarsi ottimo vista la qualità del prodotto.

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RM1 @ Techpowerup

To Jonsbo powered by Cooltek RM1 is a pretty nifty chassis. It is compact, light, all aluminum, and offers the ability to take in a fully sized ATX board. That is not without its share of compromises, though, as only six of seven expansion slots will be accessible, and you will loose the ability to install an optical drive. Cooltek even goes as far as to recommend the use of a mATX board to really reap the most benefits from the chassis. While this is true, we will take it if ATX is offered. Otherwise, Jonsbo could have just made this a mATX chassis, added a 120 mm or 140 mm air vent in the top and be done with it. Still, the ability to install a fully sized GPU and PSU and a big board make this a very interesting chassis for everyone wanting a compact gaming rig that won't look bad next to a TV in the living room.

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RM1 @ Play3r.net

With the major pitfall out of the way, the Jonsbo RM1 or Cooltek RM1 (whichever suits you) has a fully aluminium design with a really peculiar ideology; ATX in an m-ITX side chassis. Does this work? You bet it does and I actually love the concept, but not only that, the RM1 is absolutely gorgeous. Aside from the cracking finish, the structure is pretty solid and with it being constructed ALL from aluminium, it’s rather lightweight at 2.6Kg weight without anything installed into it.

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RM1 @ Hardwaremax.net

Das Cooltek RM1 ist dank des schlichten Designs, durch Einsatz hochwertiger Materialien mit edler Oberflächenstruktur und Beschichtung ein echter Hingucker, der sich hervorragend in Wohnzimmerwelten einfügen lässt. Durch die hohe Wandstärke und seiner Bauart erlangt das Gehäuse im BTX-Format enorme Stabilität. Das Platzangebot fällt im Inneren durch konsequenten Verzicht auf Laufwerksschächte und konventionellen Festplattenkäfigen üppig aus. Trotz enorm geringer Außenmaße ist es in der Lage ATX-Mainboards aufzunehmen, was aber den Verzicht auf ein optisches Laufwerk mit sich bringt. Das zeitgemäße Frontpanel mit USB 3.0 wusste auch zu gefallen, welches den Wegfall des Laufwerks verschmerzen lässt. Beim Einsatz kleinerer Mainboards steht der Nutzung eines optischen Laufwerks nichts im Wege.

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