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Chieftronic reveals new and improved M2 Gaming Cube

CHIEFTRONIC is back with another eye-catching compact gaming case. The new Chieftronic M2 packs a mesh front panel for optimal airflow and two tempered glass side panels for the perfect view of your PC build.

Supporting Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX cases, the Chieftronic M2 gaming cube has plenty of space for high-end gaming components, including graphics cards up to 340mm long, and CPU coolers up to 200mm tall – you can even fit in an ATX-sized power supply (up to 160mm long). Water cooling enthusiasts will have room to experiment too, as the case supports up to a 280mm radiator in the front as well as a 240mm radiator in the roof, so with some planning and patience, you could set up a powerful cooling system in here.

The Chieftronic M2 also makes several airflow-oriented upgrades over the original M1. For starters, there is a mesh front panel with 2x ARGB Rainbow fans pre-installed for air intake. For exhaust, there is another ARGB Rainbow Fan in the rear. To ensure compatibility, the case comes with a certified A-RGB control hub, allowing it to sync up with RGB software and accessories from ASUS, ASRock, MSI and Gigabyte.

While this is a compact case, you won’t have to compromise on storage, as you can have 2x 3.5″ and 2x 2.5″ drives installed, or 4x 2.5-inch drives. The front panel includes 2x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports, an audio-out port and a mic-in port.

Currently, the Chieftronic M2 Gaming Cube is expected to start shipping in September or October. You can find the full specifications, HERE.

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KitGuru Says: We’ve seen a lot of ‘Gaming Cubes’ over the years, but this looks to be the most fully featured, with a ton of style to boot. Would you like to build your next system in one of these?

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