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Compucase 6T18
7.7 out of 10

Compucase 6T18

Optional 8cm or 9cm rear-mounted cooling fan * Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Compucase 6T18

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Overall 8

Efficient case

Philippe C., Newegg
21 July 2014
  • Summary: Everything worked in the end, which ultimately makes me continue to consider this case for my next build. Again, its pretty cheap and customizable so its got that going for it.
  • Pros: This is a very cheap case. It has good potential for airflow since the removable panel has a grid. All my parts fit in no problem. The case comes with a 80mm fan but can fit a 90mm one. I got another fan for the back and put the stock one at the front to get a cooling pull in/push out effect. I'd...
  • Cons: Parts got a bit cramped towards the end of the build. My primary concern was the motherboard I had had the ram on the far side, which incidentally had no screws to absorb the pressure needed to push down the ram. So I felt a bit scared when the motherboard got bendy at that point. The power butto...
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Overall 8

As advertised

George L., Newegg
12 October 2013
  • Summary: I bought one a year ago, and have just gotten into the market for another microatx case, and i don't really have to pick any other case; this one works just fine. I'm buying a second one.
  • Pros: Works exactly as it needs to. It's a micro case, solid, can stand being dropped, and looks pretty snazzy for its size.
  • Cons: A bit of a tight fit. In order to fit all my components into the case, i had to spend time and wound up pinching my fingers more than once. But with a micro case, that's to be expected. It isn't like it requires a blood sacrifice in order to work.
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Overall 10

still strong after 3 yrs

Blaine B., Newegg
28 June 2013
  • Pros: A nice looking, well-built case. I have had it for 3 years now and still haven't outgrown it. It's even big enough to fit in a massive Radeon HD 6970 video card!!!
  • Cons: None come to mind.
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Overall 6

Above average, but issues

Robert R., Newegg
11 March 2013
  • Summary: Struggled between a 3 and 4 rating, but the lack of mobo mounts, inaccurate description, and lack of intake fan at this price were enough to go down to 3. I'm going to move the stock 80mm to the inside front for intake and get a 90/92mm fan for rear outlet.
  • Pros: Good price, smallest microATX tower I could find, front panel pops off easy for cleaning without attached LED/button cables (the audio, USB, eSATA, and LEDs are slide into place similar to the rear I/O panel), removeable HDD cage that still allows you to have the 2 external drive bays and 2 inter...
  • Cons: there are sharp edges and the metal can be bent but not so bad that you have to overly worry. I'm extremely disappointed at the lack of mobo standoffs. I'm also disappointed that the described case cover is wrong: the cover I have is grated from top to bottom with no funnel; not that I wanted the...
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Overall 8

Decent case

Matthew M., Newegg
11 February 2013
  • Summary: The airflow of this case is truly awesome and it doesn't look bad. Even though they have made changes to the case, it was for the better, just don't be angry when the current description doesn't match the product. I was able to use 4 of the 6 bays which left some room for upgrading.
  • Pros: More than enough bays. Lightweight and classic. The case didn't come as described (this could be a con for some). The termal vent for the processor was NOT included and the side panal has much more venting than pictured. I liked this over the specific CPU vent. Also, the 1 vertical HDD bay was ac...
  • Cons: The inside metal is very flexible and the Rosewill PS I bought sits in it uneven.
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Overall 10

Great Case

Dian G., Newegg
4 October 2011
Overall 8

Good Case, Good Price

Jordan K., Newegg
28 August 2011
  • Summary: For the price, it cannot be beat. Just did a build in this case for my parents internet/music computer and everything was super easy to fit and install
  • Pros: Good looking, great price, decent quality, and enough space for a mid range micro build
  • Cons: The power button is somewhat flimsy and will jam crooked if pushed in the wrong spot, but this is not a huge deal. Also no reset button
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Overall 10

User Review

Joshua H., Newegg
3 August 2011
  • Summary: The Faceplate is plastic and uses somewhat flimsy hook clips. So if you plan to move it a lot you should be aware of the fact to avoid damaging them.
  • Pros: A good no thrills case.
  • Cons: N/A
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Overall 10

Excellent case!

Jay W., Newegg
24 June 2011
  • Summary: This case is one of the best cases around, not just at this price point, either. I am admittedly a Cooler Master fanboy, and this case rivals any CM case I've ever had or seen. Of course this case doesn't have tool-less bays, but I think some could be made to fit this case (idea?).
  • Pros: The best case under $40 dollars, bar none. This case was very well thought out, designed, and manufactured. The metal is thin, but it's not flimsy. I cut a window in the left side panel, and it is still fairly sturdy. I like the option to use either the vertical or horizontal HDD mount, makes thi...
  • Cons: Not too many cons with this case, but nothing is perfect, so here goes. The metal is thin. I like that personally being that it's easier to mod, but get the cutting and fitment right the first time, because this metal will BEND, in a bad way, and quick! The left side panel looks to have a fan mou...
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Overall 2

Wasted Money

Anthony B., Newegg
5 March 2011
  • Summary: This purchase was a waste of money and my time. Not Newegg's fault I have always received great service from them.
  • Pros: Nice price and looks sharp Looks Sharp
  • Cons: The power switch is bad making this case unusable.
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