Excerpt: Good: it's one of the smallest ITX case. Good ventilation. The 90watt power supply is decent. And at 19volt, it could be used to power some laptops too.Con: The back side cover by the hard drive is a basically solid plastic sheet, with very limited holes. Whey don't they put the same metal mesh on both side cover to get better ventilation and bigger HDD space ? The HDD bracket could be improved to hold a 3.5" HDD with a humped back cover.
Summary: This is overall a good solution for mounting your computer behind your monitor and if you're careful with your cabling you can give the appearance from the front of your monitor of it being an all-in-one without the expense or limited options of most AIO's. However, if you don't intend on mounting this to a monitor there are better mini-itx options out there.
Works perfectly with my HTPC. Love the included power supply.
G. Farnsworth, Amazon
31 December 2014
Summary: I really love this case. I mean a lot. I'm using it with a little mini ITX AM1I-A motherboard and Athlon 5350 APU for an HTPC. I'm just tickled pink at its performance and convenience. Specifically: 1. I'm so pleased that it comes with its own power supply. It's always shocking how much a power supply adds to the cost of a computer build. This one is highly efficient too.
Summary: Everything is tight. And cramped. Very cramped. All that being said, here's what I love about the case. 1. You can mount up to two 2.5" hard drives in it. 2. Can mount this thing behind your computer using the included VESA mount. 3. You don't need to buy a PICO PSU. It comes with a 150w PSU built into the case. 3. It has four USB ports up front. There's just nothing to hate about this case.
Summary: I've built from Massive servers down to a few Mini ITX builds but this was my first time with this case. My previous mini ITX builds had been on cases with fill ATX power supplies, full height CD drives and 3+ 3.5" HDDs. So this one was a big change and wow, I'm already looking to see about offloading the other mini ITX computers so I can have more of these.
Summary: I bought 4 so far. Very tight up front. Usually have to remove the front and sides to get the motherboard installed. If the 24 pin power connector is towards the side of the MB away from the PSU the power cable .5" too short for good routing. Wish it came with front panel USB3 support. But other than these minor problems I love it.
Summary: Very nice, I was able to place my SSD, micro atx board with it's i5 processor and the CPU fan that came with it. I thought I would need to buy a small form factor CPU fan, but it wasn't necessary. I even used two dimms with those big heatsinks and they fit perfectly. What will make this case perfect? If it had two USB3.0 and two USB2.0 ports in the front panel, instead of four USB2.0.
Summary: If you're balanced on the ledge of whether to buy this case or another, allow me to topple your decision in favor of this case. I'll dispense with the shortcomings straight out. If you're building an Intel (Haswell) system, and perhaps for that reason are set on building a Windows system, this tiny case stands among the giants.
Summary: I love this case. below describes my setup. Motherboard: FM2A88X-ITX+ Case: Antec Mini-ITX Case ISK110-VESA cpu: AMD A10-Series APU A10-7850K (95w) Cpu cooler: Scythe Kozuti Low Profile CPU Cooler memory: 8 gig low profile memory hard drive: 240gb msata SSD additional parts: 1) 120W Mini ITX Power Supply KIT PicoPSU (if cpu greater than 90w is needed) 2)StarTech.com LP4P4ADAP 6in LP4 to P4 Auxiliary Power Cable Adapter Temperature at full load: 64c At idle: 35c Full load...