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The Cooltek Coolcube Maxi does come at a price premium of €20 when compared to the standard version for ITX boards. While this may sound like a lot at first, it is actually quite affordable once you look at what other aluminum mATX cubes cost. Sure, you won't get any fans with the chassis, but the only general difference between the more expensive variants and the Cooltek Coolcube Maxi is the lack of an external drive bay. If this is something that does not phase you, the simple but effective interior does offer everything you could want out of a chassis of this size. You may install a good variety of CPU coolers, very long graphics cards, even in a multi-GPU configuration, and a potent, fully sized ATX power supply. On top of that, with three spots for hard drives, you are able to install an OS-equipped SSD and two large, traditional platters in RAID 0 or 1—depending on what you need. Overall, considering what the other choices on the market are, the Cooltek Coolcube Maxi offers even better value for your money than the smaller versions.

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