|Item model number||LYSB003DXI288-CMPTRACCS|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.9 x 11.1 x 4.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||11.9 x 11.1 x 4.6 inches|
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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- Also availabe with PSU kit - Smallest, Universal mini-ITX Enclosure - Fanless, natural convection design - Fits Intel stock CPU heatsink - Hidden area for USB / WIFI / Storage - Smart front power button - Vesa, DIN-Rail, Wall Mount options - SMA antenna hole - Up to two 2.5" drives, **one HDD bracket included** (additional mounting bracket) - Size 192 x 210 x 62mm - Volume (L) = 2.5L - Area for custom OEM logo - Superior RFI shileding capabilities - ROHS compliant Zero noise, small footprint and low power The M350 is Industry's smallest universal enclosure (192 x 210 x 62mm , 2.5L) capable of housing mini-ITX boards ranging from tiny Atoms to fully featured desktop or mobile CPUs. The M30 permits fanless operation (natural air convection via hundreds of tiny holes) for TDP < 10 watts and CPU-only fan for TDP <= 65watts. Equipped with hidden (but not shielded) USB docking station for WIFI / 3G / Bluetooth or simply USB flash booting, the M350 is the only enclosure that provides such innovative USB, radio friendly, expansion methods. For internal miniPCI cards or modules, and high gain SMA antenna option is provided on the back of the case. Multiple Mounting Options: The M350 enclosure features multiple mounting options, making it ideal for industrial applications. Mounting options include: - Vesa mounting (attach in the back of a monitor) - DIN-RAIL mounting (vertical and horizontal) - Wall mount brackets - Rubber feet
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The design is very utilitarian and there is no flash to it. Very minimal. Enough for a motherboard, a case fan, and just enough spare room for two notebook hard drives (I had to get creative with the mounting of the second drive). I like the movable/removable plates for hard drive or fan mounting, which make it easy to work on.
Its strongest feature is in how well ventilated it is. Case ventilation is one of the most important aspects of small enclosure builds and the design of this is built around that, rather than aesthetics/being pretty. The ventilation of this design allows me to use a moderately powerful CPU, with a relatively silent fan, even go with passive cooling with zero fans. Other, more poorly ventilated case designs would require me to use a noisy, high powered fan just to keep temperatures in check.
Note that this case should be used with a PicoPSU power supply likePicoPSU-90, Cyncronix 90W 12V DC-DC ATX mini-ITX.
This case is perfect for discrete systems that are not in plain sight, like carputers, HTPCs, home security, or computer installations that are mounted underneath a counter or desktop.
M350 Universal Mini-ITX PC enclosure
ASUS Z87I-Deluxe (much, much easier than the Gigabyte Z87; short leads from motherboard are ok, easy cable management)
i5-4570S intel processor (low energy consumption)
Low profile RAM (1.35V)
Low profile CPU fan (Dynatron - very quiet after first day or so)
Hybrid SSD hard drive (caveat - this configuration can only fit one hard drive due to the daughtercard on the Asus card)
This combination was an absolute -dream- to install. I'm lovin' it now.
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. The mounting holes on the M350 for the mobo needs to be a tad closer towards the back panel because even though the rear trim panel fits nicely on the case, there was a small gap between the rear ports of the mobo and the rear trim panel. Also, Since the case is so small you will need short sata cables to allow better cooling, aesthetics and ease of getting in and out the case because my 12" long cables keep getting on the track the case needs to slide on when closing it. I've ordered a 4" sata from eBay that should work nicely.
As far as power is concerned I went with a PicoPSU-90, which is overkill for this build even the PicoPSU-80 is considered overkill but I like these small builds and I know that it won't be my last build, so when I do upgrade and as technology matures and demand more power, I can always reuse my power supply. Besides at a price of $30 I wasn't worried. The PicoPSU-90 comes with the additional 4 pin power cable needed for my mobo, the PicoPSU-80 does not come with it, but has a header to add one, which is a separate purchase. I got my PicoPSU-90 from eBay as well. I could have purchased it from the seller directly (mini-box.com) but buying from them via eBay saved me shipping.
To finish up the build I added a 12v 6A 72W power adapter for around $10 and 8GB of memory from newegg (on sale of course) for $25 ... Yeah, I know overkill again. I had a 128GB SSD laying around and I used it so my case can stay cool, boot fast and not demand too much power from the PicoPSU-90 even though I have plenty to spare. The case is very quiet as far as noise goes since the only fan I have is the CPU cooler, the case never gets hot just barely warm but I'm still putting it through its paces.
For those doing a build I would also recommend a media operating system call Openelec. It boots up from a flash drive in about 10-14 secs and plays all your media, accesses your network, the web, you can add apps and its super fluid. Check it out on youtube when you get a chance. I typically switch back and forth between win7 (64bit) and OpenElec
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I wasn't able to open it for an hour, everything is so tight, no manual provided.Read more