Apart from a questionable neon green motif, Maxcube’s first offering is a rather impressive case.  Its pair of 120mm fans seem to be enough to keep the air moving inside the case and the depth of almost 8″ means that fitting larger Core i7 coolers into this case is not going to offer a problem.  Tool-less installation, numerous eSATA and USB ports are easily accessible round out a well designed first case that Overclockers Club felt no worry about recommending.

“For Maxcube’s first case, I must say I am impressed with the features it brings to the table. Not only is the case sleek and stylish, but it has function as well. The case features two more front USB ports than most cases I’ve seen and is following with the new trend of bring eSATA to the front panel as well. Tool-free cases have been around for a while and Maxcube has integrated this feature into the Amoris. It even introduced a new concept to me, the external CMOS reset switch, which would be useful to any overclocker, as you wouldn’t have to open the case to reset CMOS. Having the CMOS reset is nice, but it has been almost standard on high performance motherboard I/O panels for well over a year now. The case did lose some ground in the tests however, probably due to the fact it only runs on two fans. Nevertheless, for only having two fans, it kept up pretty well with the competition, which in the case of open air, had no fans, or with both the X-Fighter and Super Lanboy, had an average of three fans.”

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