Review: ASUS ROG Z11 mini ITX chassis

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    We review the ASUS ROG Z11 in a dark finish, a PC housing for small form factor motherboards. This Mini-ITX ready chassis has a trick or two that will astonish you in terms of style, USB 3.x options. ...

    Review: ASUS ROG Z11 mini ITX chassis
     
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  2. Darkiee

    Darkiee Master Guru

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    I think that is a good looking case. But they sould have include atleast 1 more fan, for the "top" of the case, if looking from motherboards point. And GPU aint gona have a good time in that case.
    Show case build, sure. Besides that, practical use, naa i wouldnt...
     
  3. MorganX

    MorganX Member Guru

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    One of the better efforts, but still can't touch the king of ITX, Ncase M1 v6.
     
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  4. IchimA

    IchimA Maha Guru

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    Nice and clean looking case ! FOR now I have my eyes on ASUS TUF GT501 but it's a downgrade from my current HAF932 and the only nice case I like is teh CM Cosmos but I don't want to burn that much cash on a case. Can someone recoommand me an upgrade from my current case !?
     

  5. tunejunky

    tunejunky Ancient Guru

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    all looks, not enough cooling, and overly complex.
    a Pro Build Only.
    but for $280 you can get the N Case AND a generic 240mm aio

    idk what Asus was thinking as, if you're going do do a fanboy case it should be easy to build in. honestly they could've contracted out this case from a more experienced manufacturer, the looks would be the same but it would be an easier build with fewer parts.
     
  6. Circuit_Breakers

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    This is not mini-itx, it's huge-itx.
    Looks good, but for its size al least matx support is expected... The Sliger Cerberurs is smaller but supporto matx mb.
     

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