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X2 Isolatic 6020 ATX Mid-Tower Review

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   The very first thing you will either love or hate about the Isolatic 6020 mid-tower is its design since thanks to the glossy plastic top and front panels it does look quite a bit like a space helmet. Personally i do like it but at the same time i feel it's more oriented towards young gamers who are looking for an affordable PC case that stands out from the rest. The same plastic panels however don’t feel very sturdy and I suspect that this may turn some potential buyers away. We were glad to see that the Isolatic has room for two 5.25” bays and a 1.44” FDD since we don’t see those any more but perhaps more important is the room for two 370mm long graphics cards, five 120mm fans and/or two 240mm radiators (for its size that’s very good). We would like to see more than a single fan used (and easy removable air-filters) since it’s obviously not nearly enough to produce good airflow levels but that’s something we’ve seen numerous times in the past so it’s not something new.

   Currently the Isolatic 6020 ATX Mid-Tower by X2 is not widely available so we were unable to locate it on Amazon and many other online stores all over the world. Still X2 gives a MSRP of USD79.95 in the USA and 76.95Euros in the EU so it’s a safe bet that you will be able to find it for less especially since it’s been around for almost 2 years. That being said the Isolatic 6020 by X2 may not be award material but it looks nice and with its interior space it should easily cover young gamers so it’s definitely worth checking out and we even recommend doing so (coming across one might be the difficult part).


- Design (For Some)
- Fan Controller
- 5.25” / 1.44” Drive Bays
- Interior Space (370mm Long Graphics Cards / 170mm Tall CPU Coolers)
- Room For Up To 5 Fans And/or Two 240mm Radiators
- Available Color Combinations


- Current Availability
- Lack of Easy To Remove Air-Filters
- Overall Quality