NZXT Manta Mini-ITX Chassis Review

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Complete System


Getting our system installed couldn’t have been much easier. This is a mini-ITX system build in a rather large mini-ITX chassis after all, so compatibility wasn’t an issue with anything we put in here. The Sapphire R9 270X Tri-X Toxic is a big card, but it fit with ease and with a bit of room to spare, leaving enough room for a slim radiator if you wanted one.

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In the back, we’ve got lots of room for an AIO or custom loop radiator and there’s a vast amount of space here for a tall air cooler for the CPU.

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Want to show off your new SSD’s? Those side mounted drive bays are perfect for adding some extra flair to the build.

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You may have noticed one more thing about this build; there’s very little excess cable on show. The cable management system is simply amazing, with lots of space for excess, cable tie loops where you need them and cut-outs for routing cables in all the right places.

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The side panel gives us a great view of the interior, showing off the PSU shroud, the graphics card and any other hardware you have installed; this chassis should look great with LED lighting installed.

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With the lights dimmed and the system powered up, you can see that lovely NZXT logo lit up on the PSU shroud, adding an extra hint of coolness to the overall aesthetics.

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