The Antidote To Tedium: 11 Midi Tower Cases Bring Excitement to the Desktop

Lots Of Room For Drives

The Uneec 602BLK proves that even a midi tower can hold a lot of hardware. Besides a bunch of 5.25" drive bays, the special mounting cage with mounting frames can handle six hard drives. However, this midi tower features no acoustic drive isolation. The case holds several 80mm fan mounting brackets.

Installing the motherboard is simple, as the tray can be removed so you can screw the motherboard onto it outside of the case. Here, though, Uneec doesn’t seem to have learned anything from the competition. Comparable cases with mounting trays like those from Cooler Master or Silverstone let you fill the tray with motherboard, CPU and cards. But with the Uneec case, you can only install the expansion cards once you’ve put the tray back in.

Inside : looks like Antec ?

Easy hardware installation thanks to tray : components can be installed outside the case

Special mounting frames for hard drives

Mounting brackets are concealed behind the front plates

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