Back in 2018, Phanteks branched out with a secondary case brand called Metallicgear, aimed at delivering value-oriented cases. This year, Metallicgear is rebranding to MagniumGear and with that effort comes a new line-up of Neo series cases.
The new MagniumGear Neo Qube 2 and Neo Qube 2 IM (Infinity Mirror Edition) cases are launching today. Both cases are designed to be hardware showcases, with large tempered glass panels in a mid-tower, dual-chamber design to show off your hardware from multiple angles. The IM edition also has an Infinity Mirror design on the front panel, which pairs nicely with ARGB lighting to create a unique effect.
The dual-chamber design of the case makes hardware installation and cable management easy. Despite being a mid-tower, this chassis is also highly capable of housing high-end components and cooling gear. According to the company, depending on configuration, you can fit up to three 360mm radiators in here for a powerful custom liquid cooling loop.
The Neo Qube 2 cases also have new airflow optimisations, with low restriction mesh on all sides and a slidable dust filter at the bottom. All the ARGB lights are pre-integrated and pre-programmed too, so everything will be ready to go out of the box.
The MagniumGear Neo Qube 2 and Neo Qube 2 IM will be available in both black and white colour options. The black versions start at £109.99 for the standard version and goes up to £144.99 for the Infinity Mirror Edition. The white versions start at £119.99 and goes up to £149.99 for the Infinity Mirror Edition. All four cases will be available starting this month.
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