Saturday, February 24, 2018

Diablotek Cyclops Mid Tower Case Review

We are back with another case from Diablotek.  The last case we reviewed by Diablotek did not impress us that much at all so we are hoping for something better with this case.  Part of Diablotek’s Gamer Series the Cyclops is a mid tower case that features support for full length graphics cards, is USB 3.0 ready, has tool-less drive bays, and has 5 pre-installed fans! You get all of this for under $70! Will this case be one of your choices for your next build? Read on to find out!

Special thanks to Diablotek for providing us with the Cyclops Mid Tower Case to review.

Type: ATX Mid Tower
Model: CPA-8950
UPC: 843636005649
Color: Black
Dimension: L473 x W188 x H470 MM
Weight: 11.9 lbs
Power Supply Mounted:Bottom
With Power Supply: N/A
Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX, ATX
With Side Panel Window: N/A
External 5.25″ Drive Bay: 5
External 3.5″ Drive Bay: N/A
Internal 3.5″ Drive Bay: 5
Expansion Slot: 7
Front Panel Ports:
– 2 X USB3.0 Ports
Pre-Installed 120MM Fan:
– 1 X REAR 120MM FAN
– 2 X TOP 120MM FANOptional Fan ExpansionN/AWater Cooling CapableYesMaximum Supported Video Card Length: 330MM
Side Air Duct: Yes

The Cyclops comes in a pretty basic case box.  The front and back are the same with a drawing of the case and a listing of some of the main features.  Turing the box to the side you can see the list of specifications that we have listed above.

Diablotek Cyclops Mid Tower Case Diablotek Cyclops Mid Tower Case

Opening the box up the case is nicely protected with large pieces of Styrofoam and a plastic bag.

Diablotek Cyclops Mid Tower Case

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
  • sus

    Who in their right mind buys these things ? From Diablow-tek PSUs to StillBlow cases.

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  • DrWifflesniffle

    I bought the case, and i am having troulble with the fans and led lights… can you post a closeup picture or somthing that shows where they are supposed to connect?

  • Dave

    Bought this case feb of 2014 and now in late 2015, 3 of the 5 fans went out. Replacing them was a Bitch. 2 of them were the top fans. I had to remove everything… down to the motherboard (okay, I didn’t have to remove the power supply) in order to replace the fans on the top of the case. The tool-less portion of the hard-drives break very easily. The case comes with 3 drive adapters to convert 5.25 drives to fit a 3.5 inch hdd. The rear I/O port panel problem described in the review is correct. you nearly need to use a prybar on your motherboard to get the screws to align. On my case the power supply aligned just fine, but for 1 screw. One of the front USB 3.0 ports died, and is only good now to charge devices. Seriously, not a case that you’d really want to own. I need to install (4) 4 TB hdds. and I can’t find the adapter trays. The company does not support this product or any more

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