Anidees AI7 Black Cube Chassis Review

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Test Build

We used some of our current test components, including a the Gigabyte Z170 G1 Sniper motherboard. We deliberately do not spend too much time cabling and we only used a couple of ties to hold down a couple of cables at the back. We didn’t include an optical drive as we don’t use them any more. Other than the memory, this is the build used in the last few chassis reviews.

Test Setupi7 LGA1151
ProcessorIntel i7-6700K
GraphicsZotac Amp GTX980 Ti
MotherboardGigabyte Z170 G1 Sniper
MemoryCrucial Ballistix Sport LT White DDR4
Drives2x Crucial MX200 500Gb SSD
1x Western Digital 4TB Red
CoolerCryorig H5 Ultimate CPU Cooler
PSUEVGA 850W SuperNOVA G2

On with the test build shots;

Anidees AI7

Anidees AI7

The Anidees AI7 was an easy build. We use a modular PSU which may be seen as a bit of a cheat, but most PSU’s will be modular these days, with a few exceptions. Most system builders will choose a modular PSU. We installed the SSD’s with the connectors closest to the rear of the chassis, though that was just preference. They can be reversed so the cabling is central in the chassis. Again, we used a Western Digital Red but didn’t cable it up.

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.