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Antec ISK 310-150 Black Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case 150 Watt Power Supply

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  • Mini-ITX case designed to work with the Mini-ITX motherboards. A 150-Watt external PSU keeps the size small!
  • Three drive bays, 1 x slim optical 5.25 inch external, and 2 x 2.5 inch HDD internal bays!
  • Cooling is handeled by an 80MM TriCool 3 speed exhaust fan. Features 1 half Height expansion slot.
  • Conveinent front ports include, 2 USB 2.0 and 1 eSATA. Feature front USB 2.0 x 2 and 1 eSATA connector.
  • Silver front bezel.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Antec
  • Model Number: ISK 310-150
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Supported Motherboard: Mini-ITX
  • Device Type: Cases
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Product Description

Mini-ITX is the next "big" thing. And now, Antec introduces the ISK 310-150, designed exclusively for Mini-ITX motherboards. With three drive bays, an 80mm TriCool fan, and a stable 150-watt power supply, the ISK 310-150 can handle many of the tasks of a traditional PC, in a fraction of the space. And with a 0.8mm cold rolled steel frame, the low-profile ISK 310-150 is not only nimble, but durable.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.9 x 8.7 x 3.8 inches
Item Weight 7.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 10.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0035FIS2Y
Item model number ISK 310-150
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4.1 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,155 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Power Supplies
Date first available at Amazon.com January 18, 2010

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There are a few details of the case that I would change, but none of them deal-breakers and I don't think they warrant a lost star.

As other people have said, the power-supply is *internal*, and the "door" to the optical drive is kind of flimsy (I broke it within the 1st 15 minutes of unpacking, but I probably would have removed it permanently anyway, for personal reasons)

Probably the main thing people worry about with this case is the power-supply. It is only 150W and most hardware recommends more power. Some reasons why this power supply is sufficient (or can be made so):
(1) Some processors have integrated graphics and this contributes to their higher power recommendation (for example, I am using an i5-2400 processor and intel says its max power usage is 95 W). If you intend to use a dedicated video card, adding the estimated power usage of the CPU to the estimated power usage of the video card is not accurate: something like 1/3 of the CPU estimate comes from integrated graphics, and this is disabled when a separate video card is in use.
(2) A solid-state drive is expensive, but also awesome, and helps a lot with the power consumption. I think various traditional hard-drives use something like 5-40 watts depending on what the drive is doing. This is significant for a 150W power supply. On the other hand, the power use of a solid-state drive is trivial (for example, intel says that my 80GB SSD uses 150 mW while active)

All told, my system has an i5-2400 processor, the motherboard and storage/optical drives listed below, and a Gigabyte HD4350 video card that I didn't really plan for. The system's idle power usage is about 65W and occassionally spikes to at most 110W while it's booting up.
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There have been a couple of (positive) changes to this case that have apparently happened since prior reviews here and elsewhere on the net. I purchased this case on Sept. 18th 2012.

Improvements:
1) Several reviews you'll find around the net note a problem on the right side of the case with the exhaust fan assembly. You can find pictures of a plastic peg sticking out into the space for the motherboard, which could interfere with plugs on the board. This peg is not present on the unit I received.

2) The front panel usb ports are now usb3 ports, with the proper internal connector. There is also an adapter for use with a usb2 internal header.

A couple of really minor complaints:
1) The front USB3 ports are a nice improvement, but the internal cable for them could be a problem. The plug for it is hard plastic (and an inch+ tall from the board), and is attached to a fairly thick, stiff cable. The resulting connection to my board is solid vertically, but can wobble horizontally; it seems like it could be torquing the connector on the board a bit. I know usb3 takes some heavier cabling for signal integrity, and I can't really think of a better way to do it, but it could be a concern depending where your internal header is.

2) The power led is not your typical pin header that plugs into the board. Instead it's a generic molex power connector that plugs into the lone molex lead from the power supply. Not that you'd ever need the molex for anything else, but it's an odd choice to have those big plugs in such a small case. It also prevents the power led from "breathing" when the computer is asleep, it's just off.
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I purchased this case to go with the ASROCK Z77E-ITX motherboard that I also bought from Amazon. I am very pleased with the purchase (especially for being sight unseen).

For comparison, I also bought a Thermaltake ElementQ case, and I like the Antec ISK 310-150 a lot more. While the ElementQ is physically larger, and able to hold a full height PCIe card (which doesn't matter to me), I would say that's it's only major advantage (though I suppose the extra 70 watts of power could be considered an advantage, but it might be overkill for an ITX board). The Antec has USB 3 front panel connections and a front eSATA port, unlike the ElementQ, and I was able to fit a Zalman CNPS8900 inside the case with just a little cutting of the top hard drive bracket and an artful readjusting of the power cable to put an S-bend in filter that's attached to the power cord receptical (which is connected to the power supply via a long cable). By comparison, the ElementQ's power supply only clears the stock Intel cooler by a millimeter, preventing the use of most aftermarket coolers and severely limiting your ability to overclock the system. Granted, the requirement to modify, ever so slightly, the power cable came from my choice of maximally sized CPU coolers, but the fact that such a small case let me put in such a large cooler (so that I could run a great overclock) is what is so great about this case.

I'm currently running the ASROCK and 3770k overclocked to 4.8GHz on this cooler with temps stable under 70c running prime95's tourture test, so this case has more than enough ventilation.
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