GEEEK G1 SE is 11.1L in volume and priced at US$119 and £119 in the UK. The G1 SE Mini ITX case uses sandwich style hardware layout and can be purchased with aluminium or acrylic side panels.
|330 x 145 x 233mm (L x W x H)||11.1 Litres|
|MATERIALS||Steel Frame, Aluminium, Acrylic|
|EXTERNAL I/O||Power Button (LED)|
|MAX CPU COOLER HEIGHT||66mm|
|MAX GPU LENGTH||325mm|
|MAX GPU THICKNESS||55mm|
|RADIATOR SUPPORT||120 / 240mm (single fan)|
|RADIATOR COMPATABILITY||52mm (radiator + fans)|
|PSU SUPPORT||SFX / SFX-L|
|FANS SUPPORTED||Top: 2x 120mm|
Bottom: 2x 120mm
|2.5 / 3.5” DRIVE SUPPORT||4x 2.5”|
|MOTHERBOARD||GIGABYTE B550I AORUS PRO AX (Amazon Link)|
|CPU||Ryzen 5 5600X (Amazon Link)|
|CPU COOLER||Alpenfohn Black Ridge (Amazon Link) / EK AIO Basic 240MM (Amazon Link)|
|GPU||GIGABYTE RTX 3060 Ti Gaming OC (Amazon Link)|
|GPU RISER||PCIe 4.0 ITX Riser Cable (Amazon Link)|
|PSU||Corsair SF 600 Platinum (Amazon Link)|
|RAM||Corsair VENGEANCE LPX 16GB, 3600MHz, 2x8GB, C18 (Amazon Link) / Crucial Ballistix 16GB, 3600MHz, 2x8GB, CL16 (Amazon Link)|
|STORAGE||256GB M.2 NVME (Amazon Link)|
1TB M.2 NVME (Amazon Link)
|CASE FANS||4x Thermaltake TOUGHFAN 12 FANS (Amazon Link)|
The GEEEK G1 SE features adequate compatibility for its 1.1L volume and has clean/minimal exterior, using 2mm sandblasting and anodisation for the aluminium body which gives nice finish while also being more fingerprint resistant “Apple eat your heart out”.
In the UK, the GEEEK G1 SE comes bundled with the 3.0 PCIe Riser Cable. We would have liked to see the option to buy the case only for those who already own a compatible Riser Cable, thankfully this is an available configuration on geeekstore.com.
The GEEEK G1 SE has good cooling capabilities, thanks to supporting both top and bottom case fans for intake and exhaust. We recommend getting the aluminium panels rather than the acrylic for additional cooling for the CPU and GPU. The case also supports AIO liquid cooling which is nice option to have in a SFF case. Unfortunately the radiator mounting is located at the bottom of the case which may impact the AIOs lifespan as explained by GamersNexus. We hope GEEEK can move the radiator mounting to the top of the case in future versions.