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Cubitek Tattoo Fire Mid-Tower Case Review

Rating: 8.5.

The most popular cases on the market are mid-tower models as they offer a good compromise between size, features and price.  There is a large amount of competition in the mid tower market, especially around the £50 – £60 mark.  This is the point at which we start to see high-end features being present on cases, such as tool-less installation mechanisms and cable routing options.  But, at this price, the cases are still affordable so they offer a great compromise for those who want to get the best possible bang per buck.

Today we are going to look at the Cubitek Tattoo Fire mid-tower chassis which boasts an impressive feature set, including extensive provision for tool-less installation and a series of cable routing options.  The ‘Fire’ part of the name indicates that we have the top of the range Tattoo model which features a bright red interior.


  • Model Name: Tattoo Fire
  • Model Number: CB-TA-F510
  • External Drive Bays: 5.25″ x5 (including 1x 5.25″ to 3.5″ converter)
  • Internal Drive Bays: 3.5″ x5 + 2.5″ x2
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 202 x 470 x 485 mm
  • Material: ABS Plastic / Steel Mesh / 0.7 mm SECC Steel
  • Motherboard Support: ATX / Micro-ATX / Mini-ITX
  • Front I/O: USB2.0 x2, HD + AC-97 audio, Mini USB Type B, eSATA
  • Maximum GPU Length: 290 mm
  • Maximum CPU Cooler Height: 160 mm
  • Maximum PSU Length: 290 mm
  • Front Fan: 1x 140 mm LED fan
  • Rear Fan: 1x 120 mm silent fan
  • Top Fan: 140mm LED fan
  • Internal Finishing: Red; Gloss / Paint
  • Side Panel: Transparent Window Side Panel

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  • Cody

    Thats a really well designed case for the price. never heard of this company

  • Francis

    They make good value for money products. our local store stocks their range and last time I spoke with one of the sales guys he said they can’t stock them fast enough to keep up with demand

  • procupine14

    I actually like the design with the red interior. I can see how a lot of people wouldn’t be very fond of it though.

    Seems foolish not including USB3 front panel connectivity at this stage of the game. I’m actually shocked to see the amount of new cases coming out that don’t have USB3 yet.