Anidees AI7 Black Cube Chassis Review

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Internally the chassis will take a full ATX motherboard, but unlike the Anidees AI8, no EATX motherboards will fit. The finish is good with all internal and external metal surfaces finished in black which has a tough feel to it.

Anidees AI7

Anidees AI7

On the PSU side, there is an additional drive caddie, which is removable. It also tilts out for easy installation or removal of drives, so you do not need to remove it completely.

Four 120mm fans dominate the front of the chassis and they are connected to the fan controller. They do light up blue just as the Anidees AI8 chassis fans. The fan cabling is a bit of a spaghetti junction, but a couple of well placed ties will sort that out. The front section begs for some radiators, the only space consideration is the length of your graphics cards, the AI7 will allow for 348 mm long graphics cards. We’ll use the Zotac GTX 980 Ti AMP! Edition for test purposes.

Anidees AI7 Black Cube Chassis Review

Packaging - 7
Features - 8
Build - 8
Component Compatibility - 8
Price - 8
Consumer Experience - 8

7.8

The Anidees AI7 manages to be a full ATX component size chassis well and there aren't many compromises for the average system build. The Anidees AI7 is definitely worth a look if you want something a little different without too much of a compromise on your hardware.