Metallicgear Neo Micro ATX Mid-Tower Chassis Review

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On the side of the front panel, you will find the front panel IO, two USB 3.0 ports, a reset button and your usual headphone and microphone jacks. At the rear, there are some vented PCIe card blanks, which are held in place with a master brace which slides back allowing removal of the blanks. 

There is an empty 120mm fan mount and drilled mesh and a removable PSU shroud mount. The PSU mount used four captive standard thumbnails, which work just fine, no real alignment or sticking issues.

Metallicgear Neo Micro ATX Mid-Tower Chassis Review

On the underside, there are some rubber feet, a long dust filter, and access to the HDD cage mounting screws, more on that later. The height of the feet will allow a good amount of clearance for airflow, even on a thick pile carpet, though it probably wouldn’t tolerate a shag pile rug!

Metallicgear Neo Micro ATX Mid-Tower Chassis

Packaging - 7
Features - 8.2
Build - 8.2
Component Compatibility - 7.5
Consumer Experience - 7.5

7.7

This chassis is a well thought out chassis, with built-in cable management, rather than it being an afterthought. With dual tempered glass doors, you can also get a lot of lighting out of it, and it has a good few options for airflow in the main section of the chassis, helping cool the motherboard, CPU and memory, graphics card and anything else you want to install.

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