The smallest of the ATX case that you can get for your tiny build is Riotoro CR1080. A complete game-changer for a pretty new company to steel the focus of PC enthusiasts. It is the most compact mid-tower that is designed for compact builds for space-saving but has no compromise on performance. The Cr1080 chassis is the fit for squeezing raw computing power into a small, considered tiny enclosure that can pack a full ATX under the chamber.
Riotoro calls it the shortest full ATX case offered mini tower specs as a serious fact. You can count on the unbelievable dimensions and range of accessories input options.
The attractive chassis is for building a compact gaming system or office workstation as you desire the factor to your deserving PC with Rotor CR1080. Our review found it lived on to the performance with 120mm pre-processed Blue LED case fan is hitting air to the components when tuning to max rotations.
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Comparing the size and form factor, this case is not ideal for a big performancece and best PC builds due to lack of space it did hold to exceeded GPUs of RTX series with massive power consumption. Rather it performs well with medium specs hardware and delivers performance to the chosen components of gaming.
The mini-tower Riotoro CR1080 airflow will not be an issue if you consider your odds against the bragging hardware for such a compact space case. The single fan is really disheartening gamer for not getting overwhelming cooling to the latest CPUs and GPUs. For that, we find water cooling radiators working perfectly in this chamber.
(D) 394mm x (W) 245mm x (H) 359mm
ATX, Mini ITX, Micro-ATX
3.5" Drive Bay
2.5" Drive Bay
Steel and Plastic
Graphics Card Support
Full size reference graphics cards up to 300mm
Max CPU Cooler Height
Standard ATX 175x150x85mm
Cutouts and mounting points
1x 120mm LED Fan
Fan/Radiator Mounting Points
Upto Two 120mm, Bottom Two 120mm
Dual USB 3.0, Microphone, Headphone
8.6 lbs / 3.9 kgs
As a competitive firm Riotoro is giving high competition to the great computer cases with the compatibility of liquid CPU coolers to aimed gaming and extended curvature of glass bulge is making room for thick slick Graphics Processing Units to lie smoothly with all the mechanical and nonmechanical storage bays.
Breakdown of Riotoro CR1080 Compact Inverted ATX Case
The nicest looking mid-tower is about to reveal to us how compact it is when taking all the loaded hardware in the chassis reference as the ATX motherboard compatible. Riotoro CR1080 dimensions are the 394mm x 245mm x 359mm (D.W.H).
This dimension counts the two-chamber designed to make cable management stacked to the rear and adjust an ATX motherboard and PSU that will be the limit of 175mm otherwise, it ain't going to fit within the enclosure.
While the GPU support is maxed out to 300mm, that is 11.7 inches that make the matter of the type of cooling system you got for the small space which also counts the CPU cooler not to max out the 122mm range, which is the limit Riotoro provided us for CPU coolers to function properly without any damage.
Under the compound, there is one 3.5” Tool-less bay and another 2.5“ Drive Mount that is also convertible for either big or small HDD or SSD of choice, which we recommend SSD for making the system smooth and fast without waiting on the boot. You will get reliable performance with games too.
On the contrary, to drive mounts, there is one big optical bay in front that is merged beside the single Fan. Even though it is a bit old for optical drives to exist, some people find them useful to count as a feature, not a burden.
The I/O is dense but not much of smart functions. It has two USB A ports but no USB -C, which is the new standard for modern PC cases to have at least a single USB Type C to use modern gadgets such as external storage devices. The good option that we like for most is a separate microphone, and a headphone jack aligned with the power switch and reset buttons.
CR1080 is one of the smallest PC towers available, with a powerful punch and support full-size ATX motherboards in a small footprint of ATX case without sacrificing features.
In final words, we have put down a suggestion. Please handle all the PC components and GPU cards with care, and when unboxing, do not put them on the static plastic bags that enclosed the sensitive cards to free them from the static current.
Your hand contact might be the reason your GPU will damage, so put them on the fireplace that is not conducive to electricity. To make good use of your hands, wear an electrostatic discharge bracelet with care to handle hardware components without damaging anything.
Jessica is a tech enthusiast and loves to catch up on new technology gadgets and reviewed their features. She is first to wishcodes.com in sharing her honest research of technological breakthroughs that simplify our living. When she is not reviewing, she is probably doing some gaming, although it is just a hobby she involved herself pretty deeply with games and computers.
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