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Sunbeam Tuniq 3 Mid-Tower Case Review -


Product: Sunbeam Tuniq 3 Mid-Tower Case
Date: November 3, 2007
Author: Frank Stroupe
Edited By: Bob Buskirk
Provided By: Tuniq
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Discussion: Discuss in Forums


Sunbeam and I go back a long ways, a few of their gadgets were some of the first items I reviewed nearly five years ago. I recently reviewed their Freezing Storm case, and found it to be the coolest running case I have owned. I have two Sunbeam PSUs, and my Molex pin tool kit was made by them. Sunbeam started out producing the best CCFLs on the market, and now produces all kinds of modding supplies and gadgets, cases, excellent power supplies, and other building items.

This is the third Sunbeam Case I have owned, the first one from their Tuniq division. The Tuniq division of Sunbeam consists of some of their more experienced employees, and focuses on adding fashion and high function. Presently, they make Tuniq branded cases, power supplies, CPU coolers, hard drive silencer/coolers, and thermal compound.


Case Type - Mid Tower
Material - Aluminum front bezel, 0.8mm SECC chassis
Color - Black, Silver, Black / Silver
Motherboard - ATX, Micro ATX
Drive Bays
- External 5.25" x 5, 3.5" x 2
- Internal 3.5" x 3
Cooling System
- Front 120mm x 1(Optional)
- Rear (Exhaust) 120mm x 1
- Fan bracket 120mm x 2
Expansion Slots - 7
Front I/O Ports
- USB2.0 x 2
- Audio x 1
- Speaker x 1
Net Weight - 11.2 kg (appx 24.5 lbs)
Dimensions - 430 mm (H) x 200 mm (W) x 451 mm (D) (appx 17" x 8" x 18")


The Tuniq 3 comes packaged in this attractive box. It is well protected by foam ends. There is protective plastic sheeting on the inside of the window, but none on the outside. It may have been removed before being shipped to me.

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