Metallicgear Neo Micro ATX Mid-Tower Chassis Review

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The exterior is very clean and doesn’t have any real flashy style to it, and that’s the way we like it, very minimalist if you exclude the detail at the bottom of the tempered glass sides. 

No optical drive support, which again we like. The front is clean and simple and made of plastic. It is removable with minimal effort, which is also required to access the HDD caddie, which is placed at the front chin of the chassis.

Opening up the Metallicgear Neo Micro ATX you will find a two-compartment chassis, two 2.5-inch drive caddies, one cooling fan, and a lot of open space for a small Micro ATX chassis. On the back side, there is a very good sized CPU opening, meaning you will not need to remove the motherboard if you are changing your cooler and some cable management features.

Metallicgear Neo Micro ATX Mid-Tower Chassis

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


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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