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Antec ISK 110 VESA Black ABS plastic / 0.8 mm SECC Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case 90W External Adapter, Up to 92% Efficiency Power Supply

  • ABS plastic / 0.8 mm SECC Mini-ITX Desktop
  • 4 x USB 2.0, HDA/AC'97-compatible audio in/out Front Ports
  • 90W External Adapter, Up to 92% Efficiency Power Supply

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Going small shouldn't mean sacrificing form or function. The ISK110 VESA is crafted for small, efficient builds without compromises. Just 78mm wide and mounted on a stable clip-on base or included VESA mount, it fits two 2.5" drive bays - perfect for internal SSDs. Perforated mesh construction and space for a low-profile CPU cooler provide an ample amount of quiet cooling capability. An incredibly small yet powerful 90-Watt adapter completes the package, providing power with up to 92% efficiency. Ideal for corporate builds, kiosks and digital signage, the ISK110 VESA is a miniscule case solution with massive features.



Perforated mesh construction


2 x 2.5" Internal drive bays


Motherboard - Mini-ITX


Front I/O panel


VESA mount (monitor not included)


Model ISK110 VESA
Case Type Slim and Desktop
Color(s) Silver / Black
Drive Bays - 2 x 2.5" Internal drive bays
Front Ports - 4 x USB 2.0
- Audio In/Out
PSU 90-Watt adapter
Motherboard Support Mini-ITX
Dimensions (H x W x D):
  • Without Vesa:
    8.7 x 3.1 x 8.4"
    (222 x 78.6 x 212mm)
  • With Vesa:
    8.9 x 3.4 x 8.4"
    (225.9 x 85 x 212mm)
  • Net Weight: 2.9lbs (1.3kg)
  • Gross Weight: 3.8lbs (1.7kg)
Special Features VESA Mount included



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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Anonymous
  • 4/30/2016 8:01:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThe Perfect Size!

Pros: Small enough to disappear in back of any monitor or TV with which it will most likely be used. Easy assembly of the machine it houses, well made and quite attractive. Almost too bad it will be hidden. A little on the expensive side, but having checked out several others that required a separate pico PSU, quite a bargain. Good ventilation, and the grill over the MB is metal with a screw that contacts the frame for shielding when it's closed. Nice and light. Hang it with confidence.

Cons: A tad larger than others, but it's meant for a computer, not a web appliance, and again, it will still disappear behind virtually any display. The "front" panel USB ports are only USB2. Not a biggie in my case as the headers on the MB are also only USB2, but a super speed thumb-drive has to be connected to the "back" panel. Of course, front and back are relative if you're hanging it from your display, but it could be a limitation.

Other Thoughts: To the reviewer complaining of poor shielding: Make sure the screw on the grill is actually contacting the frame. If in doubt, maybe you could McGyver a spring or something underneath? Mine works fine, though. I would have no issues using this case again for another low power build. Just remember, it's not meant for a full on gaming rig, and it's bigger than the typical chrome box. To me, it seems more like an entry-level premium case than a top-end budget case, but that's just my opinion.
-The reviewer formerly known as AnXRockStar.

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  • Kristopher t.
  • 2/24/2016 3:39:57 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGood mini ITX case with VESA Mount

Pros: This is one of the few mini itx cases that supports VESA mount and has an external power supply. For the features I was looking for the case is quite nearly perfect. It is fanless, compact, and made of pretty solid materials.

As other reviews have pointed out, the AC-DC power board is only rated for 60 watts on the 12 v rails, which limits you to 65 watt or lower CPU. I used an i3 6300 dual core processor rated for 65 watts and it works just fine. The PSU held up under a combined load of prime 95 with small ffts and furmark in GPU burn test. If you don't overclock, and don't try and shove a 95 watt processor in there, it is a great low power and fan less unit.

Cons: The way the 2.5 external hard drives are mounted to the back of the case feels like it could have been done better. As it is, in order to use both 2.5 bays you have to route the sata power underneath the motherboard, so that the motherboard literally sits on top of the cables. My particular board had most of its sata ports on the side of the case mounted horizontally, which were completely inaccessible. Fortunately my board also had two sata ports in the center of the case. I think the worst part is that you have to install your hard drives before you mount the motherboard, otherwise there is not enough room to slide the drives in the bays underneath the motherboard. For some reason one side of the bays has a metal back to it, so they can only be mounted one way. They also only support 9.5mm drives, so the higher capacity 15mm 2.5 drives won't fit.

Lastly, the sata cables and sata power make it somewhat hard to get the back panel back on. I managed, but it bulges every so slightly.

Cable management in this case is basically stuffing wires wherever you can get them to fit. My wires wrap around the CPU cooler, and over and around my memory. Fortunately with the mesh front panel air flow is still pretty decent.

I think my particular unit also came with a bum power cord. I happened to have one lying around so it wasn't a big deal.

I would normally dock an egg for these, but sense it is, in my opinion, this is still the best mini itx case with VESA mount out there I still give it five stars.

Other Thoughts: I had trouble getting the front and back panels off the case. I figured out that you need to unscrew them, pull out a bit, and then pull directly up. If you try and pull it along the side of the case like you do with other towers it won't come off. When you are putting the panels back on, they both have latches on the front of the case. So slide it along the front of the case, and then push down until all the push pins on the pop into place. If you do that the panels won't bulge at the front.

The best way build in this case is to first plug in the power cables in the AC-DC board, and then route the sata power and sata cables underneath the motherboard tray to the 2.5 bays, so that the headers are on the right side when the case is oriented so that the AC-DC board is on top. You must install your 2.5 drives before you install the motherboard. Mount the cpu cooler to the board and install your memory first, and then put the motherboard into the case last.

It is a really tight fit for those mounting screws on the board as they are all in the corners. You will need a really long magnetic screw driver in order to get to them. I installed them by using a long pair of tweezers to place the screws into the stand offs before tightening them with my screw driver.

My motherboard only had one set of USB 2.0 headers, but the case uses requires two to run all 4 ports on the front panel. If your board doesn't have 2 USB 2.0 headers on it, make sure to buy a USB 3.0 female to USB 2.0 male adapters.

Lastly, if you are mounting this to a television you may need to buy a VESA mount adapter. The VESA kit for this case is 100mm/100mm, while my TV had mounts for 200mm/200mm. I bought a 15 dollar back plate, and then used nuts and screws I got from a hardware store to bolt the mounting kit to the back plate, and then used the hardware provided with the back plate to mount both to my television.

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  • Neil R.
  • 11/15/2015 6:15:19 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGreat case

Pros: Great compact size. looks good on my desktop.

Cons: none really. would be nice if it had a pair of USB 3.0 on the front panel. deduct 1 egg there.

Other Thoughts: As far as The power supply only good for 80W hasn't been a problem for me. I have a FM2 A10 7850 Kaveri with over clocked GSkill DDR3 ram at 2400 Mhz all sitting in a MSI A88XI AC motherboard and so far so good. I don't use it for anything more than TV watching, Bluray watching, streaming video and web surfing. No noticeable heat issues from the PS or the brick. I should mention I upped the the brick to 150W model. Over all I would recommend this case for a compact build.

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  • Adam J.
  • 8/10/2015 11:44:56 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggspower switch connections weak

Pros: small case with nice mounting bracket.

Cons: power switch wire connections are fragile. When I installed my board, I must have bent one of the power switch wires and the power switch stopped working after a week.

I contacted Antec support and they sent me a replacement front panel since the switch is glued to it. The replacement arrived with both power switch wires disconnected - so the replacement part arrived with the same issue I'm trying to correct.

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5 out of 5 eggsPSU is Great for Intel CPUs

Pros: Power supply "brick" is silent (no fan) and delivers a solid 90 watts. This is very suitable for Intel processors with a TDP up to about 54 watts (typical power draw of 10-20 watts in normal operation). Also, a couple of Core i5s now include Iris Graphics 5100 and have a maximum power draw (TDP) of only 28 watts, making them eminently suitable for this case and power supply.

AMD A8 and A10 processors are more demanding power-wise and may overstress the power supply. However, the AMDs can be under-volted and work OK, although their gaming power is reduced a little.

Cons: A 120-watt power brick would be a great option for a few dollars extra.

Other Thoughts: For everyday computer usage, or home theater, or casual gaming these small ITX cases can be mounted out of sight on the back of your monitor or your TV and still offer most of the advantages of a regular desktop computer tower.

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  • Blair N.
  • 4/30/2015 8:14:09 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect

Pros: This case is great. Not a sound when you are running it except for the CPU fan. Small, quiet, not half bad looking either... Wanted a great little case so I could still have a fairly powerful PC but not have a huge tower that I don't need. This has everything I need in it and it is great. Best part is how quiet it is. Did I mention that it is nice and quiet :)

Cons: Not sure I have found any yet. Little snug getting it all in and cable management is a bit tight, but other than that, it is great.

Other Thoughts: I have had other ITX cases but those power supplies might have been small the noise they made was not acceptable. Company of those cases said the PSUs in them were whisper quiet. Never heard such loud whispers. This case is a little smaller because the lack of a PSU but the power supply it comes with is more then enough to run my system. Intel i3 4150 with 8gig of ram and a 240 SSD. If I ever build a new ITX system for someone, this is the case I will be using for sure.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/19/2015 8:34:06 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

2 out of 5 eggsPower Problems

Pros: VESA mountable
looks good
thumb screws

Cons: power adapter is underpowered and required under voltage on my a8 7600 amd CPU
plastic, allows for power interference

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  • Sean L.
  • 4/13/2015 10:16:58 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsperfect build with AMD A10 processor for a capable gaming system

Pros: small form factor
sufficient amount of IO in the front
able to accept stock amd fans and high profile rams

Cons: PSU is on the weak side
the internal DC rectifier has a low 12V (CPU) current output.

Other Thoughts: allow me to say that 99% of mini ITX case was built with the wrong idea in mind, they accept ITX mother board but build like a file cabinet that can host 4 or 5 ITX boards in side, which makes you wonder what's the point of making cases ITX format in the first place? Mini ITX case should be small, should be narrow, should be no larger than a single ITX mother board. and ISK 110 got it right.

as of April 2015, this case is the perfect companion for AMD A series APUs because it allows you to build a high performance multimedia station that can play games in a case that's smaller than the PS4 or Xbox. while this case can also host Intel processors, but you really shouldn't be bothered with it because if SFF and poor 3d graphic is your thing, Intel has smaller form factors. but if you want good graphic performance with decent CPU performance in a small form factor, then you only two choice are Dell's Alienware Alpha or AMD's APU in this case.

what i have in the box are as follows:
AMD A10-7850K underclocked to 3.5/3.7GHZ (from 3.7/4.0GHz) on the CPU, under voltage from 1.45 to 1.25V. this will allow the processor to use about 60W of power.
8G DDR 3 high profile ram.
stock AMD cooling fan
Gigabyte F2A88XXN-WIFI.

things to take note:
1. this case does accommodate the stock FM2+ fan, you may want to replace the stock cooler for something that's lower in noise, but it can do it ( make sure you install the fan in the right direction or else the lid aren't gonna fit)
2. the case does accommodate the high profile RAM.
3. the included PSU is 90W, but that's a useless information by itself. what you should also know is that the power brick can provide up to 90W with 19V output. the internal DC to DC rectifier that converts 19V to 12V, 3.3V and 5V has the following spec:
12V - 5A
5V - 6A
3.3V - 5A
where the 12V is mainly used for power up the processor. therefore the maximum PSU it can support is 12*5=60W. that's right, 60W, even if you get the A10-7800, during extreme situation (like running future mark), you will have a sudden lose of power because of over current protection.

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  • Sam P.
  • 3/14/2015 6:42:11 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: -Small form factor is great
-Stable standing on a surface or mounted
-Fits all the components snugly
-Openings on top for great air flow

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: This was purchased for the purpose of building a pfsense router. Putting it together was a breeze and this case makes it easy to use a stand or mount it.

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  • Jarrod G.
  • 1/23/2015 3:28:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAnother almost excellent case from Antec.

Pros: - Simple clean, design.
- The VESA mount is an excellent idea and works quite well.

Cons: - The front audio jacks are unnecessary.
- The USB ports up front should be USB3 with an adapter for USB2 just in case.
- There's no point in having the second, alternate AC adapter connector if the interior PS board is still limited to 80W.
- One of my cases came without the standard L-shaped adapter connector, rendering the entire machine useless. RMA'd with Antec and their support was good, but I'm now 2 weeks in waiting for the replacement.

Other Thoughts: This is the perfect case for an ITX build that doesn't need a video card or require an optical disc drive.

There seems to be a lot of comments about how difficult and tight things are when building for this case. Yes, this case is small, but there is plenty of room to work with and you can make things a lot easier by taking the front of the case off beforehand and organizing the wiring first before you install the motherboard. Inexperience and impatience shouldn't warrant losing an egg.

I've built dozens of these systems and with every single one, I've been able to easily locate the USB, front audio header, and front panel wiring all underneath the motherboard in order to retain a nice, clean cable-managed build without bending or warping. Small zip ties around the PSU wiring bundle and neatly tucking SATA cables can result in a very clean build with virtually no wiring covering any portion of the motherboard.

Once again, Antec gets a lot of things right with this case, but a couple of things wrong, such as the unnecessary audio jacks and lack of USB3 support. However, the rest of the case is nice. I am disappointed that one of my cases was missing the L-shaped AC adapter connector and despite how long its taken them to ship out a replacement, their customer service has kept me in the loop and was more than happy to make things right.

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