Cubitek put a lot of time and effort into the design of the HTPX-Tank, not only is the interior spacious, they also added 15 cable routing holes, ten expansion slots and room for the install the largest graphic cards available today as well as air coolers up to 7.4 inches high.
With the HTPX-Tank being made from anodized aluminum makes it lightweight and very easy to move. Being able to add a concealed top mounted liquid cooling system without much effort is something that most water cooling enthusiasts look for in a case.
Let’s not forget that you can install motherboards as large as the EVGA SR-2 or as small as a Mini-ITX. The HTPX-Tank also has enough cable routing options to leave you with a nice clean looking build, and thanks to Cubitek adding removable fan filters, they should help limit the amount of dust entering your case and PSU to a minimum.
As far as cons, it would have been nice if Cubitek had included rubber grommets on each of the 15 cable routing holes. Making the 5.25inch bay drives and the hard drive cage tool-less is something we would really like to see Cubitek add to their Tank series. Of course we are nitpicking here, but a few simple improvements would go a long way.
The Cubitek HPTX-Tank is a great choice for a full tower, and can be found for $300 which is a respectable price for what you get in return. If you’re looking for a full fower with spacious interior, more than enough cable routing options, and is liquid cooling capable, then the HPTX-Tank should be on your short list.