( 4.9 Average / 7 Ratings )
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I wanted a really small sober and budget ITX case to be able to stand on my desk. This is it.
The internal design is challenging for air cooling (psu, cpu cooler, cable management) but that's also what appealed me to build in this one.
I would give five stars if it came with dust filters on the sides and upper vents.
I bought this just because it was the smallest case I could find that supported decently long GPUs and a full-size ATX power supply. However, after building it I was thoroughly impressed. There were no major issues with the case, and it ended up as a great build largely because of this case.
The build experience went very nicely, and there was no BS involved like crappy hard drive mounts and stuff. The manual is relatively thorough, and if you get this case, definitely follow it, even if you're a veteran builder. You have to build it in a certain order to fit everything in. It looks pretty decent overall, but I ended up wishing I got the mesh version, because the front isn't solid color like in the picture.
Clarification about what drives it can fit, because it doesn't say clearly anywhere: It has one 2.5 inch mount on the bottom, and then it has a thingy on the top which can fit either one 3.5 inch device or 2 2.5 inch devices. So, up to 3x2.5 inch or 1x2.5 inch and 1x3.5 inch.
Very cheap, well designed mITX case, it has room for basically anything you may want on a shoe box computer but comes with mid quality components that can break, scratch or bend easily but for this price and size there is nothing better.
Very unique case and fits everything that you need in a small form factor. I needed to have a small case due to me living in a dorm room and traveling on a train around the holidays. This case while in the original box fits in a medium size duffel bag with some rooms on the sides.
Very quiet, very small. The airflow is poor but that is true of any small form factor case. Temps are still within reason, haven't broken 70c yet but I also don't play the most demanding games besides ARK.
Great HTPC case. There aren't a ton of options for cable management but if you're smart about it you can keep things fairly tidy. I was able to use a non modular power supply and manage the cables so that none of the airflow from the intake fan was blocked. Please note that this case doesn't come with ANY fans so you will want to get one seperately.