iTek Destroyer Case For PC Gamers – iTek Middle Tower Case Review

In this article, we will be reviewing a quality product on the market by iTek! This case might be fit great for you if you are searching for a decent quality case with a lot of features. First, let’s talk about the Technical Specifications of this destroyer case.


Technical Specifications

The iTek Destroyer case is a Middle-Tower case that comes with many devastating features, which we will discuss later.

  • 3-120mm Fans (Green LEDs) Which are mounted 2 on the Front panel and 1 on the side of the case.
  • On the top of the panel, it has 2 USB 2.0, 2 USB 3.0, a Card reader, Audio Jack, 2 Fan Controller, and Power On and Off switch.
  • It supports Motherboard of the following factors ATX (standard) MATX (Mini-ATX)
  • Support for PSU (Power supply unit in the lower part, with filter (removable).
  • Drive Slots: 4 HDDs, 3SSds, and 7 PCI-E expansion slots on the rear of the case.
  • Dimensions: 492x208x496mm
  • It can easily support Graphic Card with a maximum length of 310mm.
  • Weight: 5 KG.
  • It can support big CPU Coolers: 160mm
  • Cable Management Support: Holes for cable management and you can easily remove both doors of the case with ease.

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If you are new in the PC industry, then installation of this case might be difficult for you. But if you follow the instructions carefully then this might not be a problem for you.

At first, you will find a bunch of cables that come with the case. These cables are intended for Power/Data transmission of the top panel. Make sure to install the motherboard and PSU before connecting these cables with the motherboard.

Now connect the Power switch cables with the motherboard, now it’s time for connecting the front panel USB with the motherboard.

The cable for USB 2.0 Ports, you can recognize this cable by reading the label on the connector. Just search for the appropriate connector on the motherboard.

The cable for USB 3.0 ports, this port is easy to recognize. The USB 3.0 has a blue connector and a wide connector area. And lastly, the audio connector must be connected to the appropriate slot.

Now let’s connect the Fan connector to the motherboard. This case allows you to connect up to 4 fans in total.

After connecting the fans, now it’s time for installing storage devices into the case. Now it’s time for connecting the SSDs, and HDDs to the motherboard.

Pros and Cons

This case looks good, not aesthetic-wise but also quality-wise. No to mention the 3 Fans with green LEDs included are not the high-performance ones.

You can easily find this case in online stores. This case is a good option for Medium to High-end Gaming PCs.

Overall this is a solid case. The case also has small protectors for the doors of the top panel.

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