Summary: My rig: AMD A10-6800K ASRock FM2A78M-ITX Corsair CX750M 16GB GSkill DDR3 WD Blue 2TB EVGA Nvidia GTX750ti
Pros: Good for the price, will fit a standard ATX PSU. I am running a 750w Corsair since it was on sale at the same time as this case. Running an APU only leaves lots of airflow, and using a small form factor PSU would free up space to stack drives and make a nice HTPC/NAS.
Cons: Misleading "3x3.5 inch Bays". There is one detachable tray/bay holder for a single 3.5 HDD and another detachable tray for 2x2.5 inch SSDs. The other 3.5 inch drives can be bolted to the inner frame of the case or under the actual tray. They mention Aluminum, but the case is a heavy steel frame w...
Summary: I wouldn't recommend buying this case for a gaming PC. Why Antec decided to put the side vent holes towards the front of the case rather than the rear to aid in cooling your video card, I don't know.
Pros: Decent amount of interior space LEDs don't look like they belong at a rave Can fit a good-sized video card Easy to assemble
Cons: LED runs off molex power No instructions for mounting optical drive Poor airflow, vent holes at wrong side of the case No additional fan mounts
Excerpt: If you're looking for a PC you can fit into your entertainment center, you may want to look into this case. It offers better airflow than many similarly styled cases. The case is modular which was helpful in installation of the parts, and with it's size it provides a variety of component options for...
Summary: The ISK 600 is another great case in a long line of Antec products that always meet my expectations. Unfortunately, some of those expectations are small little flaws that can be easily corrected to make what is currently a "great" case an excellent one.
Pros: The case is well-designed and has Antec's signature simplistic look. Component locations are all where they should be and even a fairly loaded system still offers ample space. You can put a massive graphics card, cooling unit, and tons of storage devices comfortably inside this thing. The height ...
Cons: I don't understand Antec. They put a lot of thought into the design, accessibility, and functionality of these cases, then completely overlook small, yet obvious design flaws. They do this with every single case they've designed; they get most everything right, but get a few really important thin...
Excerpt: This is exactly what I was looking for in a cube like mini-itx case. Allows the use of a Full sized PSU and a Full sized heat sink for the CPU. I have a full sized video card installed as well so temps go up but with my tower heat sink and exhaust fan, temps are definitely great.
Summary: Under Newegg specs, the case is listed to be 20.9" x 10.2" x 14.5". This is incorrect. Look to the information direct from Antec for the correct specs: 7.68 x 10.2 x 14.5". Took me a while to figure this out since I was going off the incorrect dimensions labeled in the product picture.
Pros: Price after rebate.
Cons: Slightly large for a itx case. No psu included? (these things should be expected)
Summary: ASUS EAH6850 SeaSonic X650 Plextor M5P 256GB (Primary) SAMSUNG 470 128GB (storage) Intel i5-2500 G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB Corsair H75 ASUS P8H61-I R2.0 Win 8.1 Antec ISK600 Antec Formula 7
Pros: Nice looking case with a solid build. A surprising amount of space allowing for AIO liquid CPU cooling (2 fans in a push pull!) and a full size PSU. Reminiscent of the NeXT Cube.
Cons: 1. Very little support documentation in the box or online. 2. No instructions for optical drive mounting. 3. HOT HOT HOT! Minimal air flow and venting. I have an ASUS EAH6850 that cooks the outside of this case and raises the temps at least 8-10C... Could use a few more side venting areas on the ...