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Good case, quite, a bit hard to work with, but overall very nice
on July 28, 2012
It's a bit of a pain to put things together, you really do need to take the PSU out to get be able to properly install the motherboard. When I moved the PSU back I saw some un-insulated wire -- which I wrapped up in electrical tape -- not a big deal -- but could have been a problem.
When put together, the case is only a couple of inches wider than the itx case I replaced it with -- and A TON more room inside, an interesting way of mounting hard drives vertically. Overall I like it -- good ideas for rubber grommets for HDs and for noise canceling tape for HDs as well, the PSU is very quite and more than adequate for a home server I built -- my setup pulls 90 watts on startup and settles in the high 40s low 50s, so 350 is a bit of overkill, but it's efficient enough so no complaints. 1 Start taken off for the frayed insulation.