Pros And Cons
- Two 5.25" slots;
- A lot of room for expansion cards;
- Two variations.
- Large dimensions;
- No serial ATA interface;
- Loud CPU fan;
- Little space for hard disks.
Due to the unusual structural design, which is more reminiscent of a mini tower, the barebone from ASUS can have more drives. In the T2-R version, a radio and a card reader are already built in. The spacious interior allows the use of larger and wider graphics cards than a classical barebones in cube format. You will have to decide for yourself whether to opt for the mini case or the barebone cube.
Only the T2-R has a display with a clock function
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