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Logisys - CS6801BK MicroATX Mini Tower Case w/350W Power Supply

( 4.2 Average / 4 Ratings )




Part #





MicroATX Mini Tower

Includes Power Supply

350 Watts

External 5.25" Bays


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports



11.73" x 3.98" x 15.75"

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Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
SuperBiiz $33.99 +$12.99 s/h Out of stock $46.98

Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Rjohn300 18 points 31 months ago
from completed build $380 Backup Gaming/HTPC

This case is nothing special it came with a junky PSU which I threw out. But it does have good airflow and is very affordable.

eggsB0xer 9 points 20 months ago
from completed build Dad's Cinema PC

Very nice case over all, however cable management is quite tough and the PSU cables occasionally got in the way. A few cable ties (they come with the case) are quite helpful in solving this, but there still isn't a whole lot of space to work with. However if you are looking for a relatively nice case that is small and inconspicuous, this is a great choice.

eggsB0xer 5 points 9 months ago
from completed build Grandpa's New PC

Used this case twice in two builds now. PSU is still going strong, and it's small and compact. Cables were a little wonky at first but nothing a few cable ties cant handle. ITS TINY AND GREAT.

iduncurr 16 points 5 months ago
from completed build "Buddy" the Budget Build

It's a solid case for it's price but it's no where close to perfect. The PSU is a big on the iffy side but with my current build with it, it's not pulling enough power for me to worry about it. My niece is on the PC nearly every day for a couple hours for the past several months and no troubles so far. Fingers crossed none the less. It should be noted that this PSU only comes with one SATA cable so if you intend to put in a media drive and a SSD/HD to purchase a SATA splitter. Otherwise go my route and buy an M.2 SSD. For my use this case is great but I can see it being not to great for other folks who want a beefier set-up cause the PSU should be replaced which is an added cost. The case in itself isn't that great to pay $35-40 for it.