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M350 Universal Mini-ITX PC enclosure PicoPSU compatible;
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- Smallest, Universal mini-ITX Enclosure
- Fits Intel stock CPU heatsink; Smart front power button
- Vesa, DIN-Rail, Wall Mount options
- Hidden area for USB / WIFI / Storage
- Size 192 x 210 x 62mm
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When this unit arrived, I was pleased it was in black. Since the options are black or silver, the listings aren't clear which is which, and maybe they are randomly delivered. My choice was a listing that showed up as "You Might Also Be Interested In" where the summary text said "This one is black". I can't find that again, but maybe you can. The unit arrives in typical OEM packaging, no fancy retail labeling, no extra options you might toss in the parts bin. It is the case in two strong foam surrounds like you'd see a home theater component protected in shipment. The case was wrapped in a heavy plastic protective sleeve inside the foam braces. Included in the box was my packing slip and a zip bag with four black and four shiny screws (for the motherboard and for the case). There is no manual or any documentation in the box. That's online.
I typed "M350 case" into a search engine and the first hit took me to a page that had the manual. Opening the case and putting things together is simple. Starting with the tricky-the-first-time top removal, you insert the motherboard. This takes some care, since it's a tight fit. After all, that's why you want this case. The conenction of the power on/off switch was a struggle for my fat fingers, with the memory already installed, but otherwise things were almost trivial. Snapping open the cover was also worth reading about.Read more ›
Opening the case was a bit tricky at first. The top of the case is secured by a single M3 sized, Phillips-head screw in the back. To open the case, you slide back the top part about an inch and pull upwards. I've found that it's easiest to open the case if I slide the top panel back slowly while pulling up from the front. For those who are considering replacing the rear case screw with a thumb screw, look for Lian Li case thumb screws. Most standard thumb screws are 6/32" so they won't fit in the M350, but Lian Li uses the slightly smaller M3 size for their cases. I ordered a few online and they work perfectly.
If you've ever built a computer before, you'll find the interior of the M350 to be very simple and straight-forward. There are three connectors for the power switch, power LED, and front USB ports. The M350 comes with a single 2.5" hard drive bracket that attaches across the top of the case. The bracket also doubles as a mount for two 40mm fans if you're not using a hard drive. You can buy a second bracket to mount across the other half of the case if your CPU cooler is short enough.
The plastic front panel is removable (after you take off the top metal panel) to reveal two horizontally pointed USB ports. It's a perfect spot to hide Wifi or wireless keyboard/mouse adapters. There's also a spot to mount another 40mm fan.
This seems obvious, but there is NO support for a slim optical drive nor is there a PCI/PCIe expansion slot. I've read forum posts where people actually ask about this.Read more ›
The package includes the case, one mounting bar for hard-drive or fans, four mounting screws for the mobo, and four mounting screws to attach your drive or fan to the mounting bar. The case has a solid feel and the metal is not flimsy, holes are perforated on all side for maximum cooling. The case has (3) sets of wires coming from the front panel circuit board into the motherboard compartment, one set for the USB header (2.0), one set for the Power LED and the other set for the Power switch. There is no Hard-drive LED to detect drive activity and no rest button but this wasn't a biggie for me. The Power LED which shows up as a big blue oval around the power button is too big and bright. I tried coloring the power switch with a black sharpie but that didn't help much, my next plan of attack is to apply the sharpie directly to the bulbs themselves .... yes, that's plural, there's two of them.
It takes just a Phillips screw driver to assemble and disassemble the case since its held by just one screw at the back. The detachable front panel is the only plastic piece on the case and I'm not too sure how the plastic tabs that hook into the case will hold up over time. This was the one part of the case I didn't like, the boring front panel cover and the plastic tabs that kept it in place.
My motherboard and processor combo, MSI E350IS-E45 AMD E-350 APU cost me $60 after rebate.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a very high quality case. I bought this from the Mini-Box website directly so that I could get the Pico PSU and adapter from them as well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Annamaria
This case is the perfect size for my media PC, it has enough ventilation so that I do not need a bunch of fans.Published 2 months ago by Cameron
Bottom line: This is just about the smallest Mini-ITX case you can possibly find. It's cramped, but it has good build quality and some clever features. Read morePublished 2 months ago by vf79
The box was exactly what I ordered. Can't complain at all. Good quality. I will use it for more projects. But...I wish there were a variety of front facing ports...usb, etc. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gerald W. Kennedy
This is the 3rd time I am purchasing this case. It is the greatest case for an HTPC. It perfectly mounts on the back of any flat-screen TV with optional mounting posts that screw... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jay Kay