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Cubitek Tattoo Fire

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Posted April 8, 2011 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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Introduction

The Cubitek name has been in the computer industry for almost a decade now, designing steel and aluminum cases with some great features, and some really beautiful and unique designs. With so many premium cases on the market today from various manufacturers, it can be a daunting task to find the right case to fit your needs.

Will it keep your components sufficiently cool? Will there be enough room to work with? Can you install a lengthy kilowatt power supply? Will it fit the ever-lengthening graphics cards which now can reach over 12 inches? What about solid state drives, or multiple hard drives for storage? These are just some of the questions that come to mind when looking to select a case, particularly one that will house a premium system and protect your investment.

Today we will be looking at the new Cubitek Tattoo Fire, a stylish mid-tower inspired by tattoos worn by Maori warriors. The Tattoo Series is designed for high-end gaming PC users with space for large CPU coolers and long graphics cards, lots of storage space, liquid cooling ready, and some other handy features.

Let’s see if this new mid-tower can meet our expectations.

Cubitek was founded in 2002, in Taiwan, Cubitek Co. Ltd. initially focused on an OEM/ODM business model. In the spring of 2010 we reorganized to be able to become a branded manufacturer and now develop our own interesting and unique PC chassis. Our philosophy: "Build something we would want to buy at a price we would want to pay.

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