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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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Learn more about the Antec ISK 110 VESA




Mini-ITX Desktop
Case Material
ABS plastic / 0.8 mm SECC
With Power Supply
Power Supply
90W External Adapter, Up to 92% Efficiency
Motherboard Compatibility
With Side Panel Window


External 3.5" Drive Bays
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
Internal 2.5" Drive Bays

Front Ports

Front Ports
4 x USB 2.0, HDA/AC'97-compatible audio in/out

Cooling System

80mm Fans
120mm Fans
Side Air duct

Physical Spec

8.7" x 3.1" x 8.4"
8.9" x 3.4" x 8.4" with VESA
Net: 2.9 lbs.

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Joshua C.
  • 4/10/2014 8:33:57 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAs good as this size gets IMO

Pros: About the best bang for buck in this size with a PSU included.

Cons: Really weird case assembly. Entire PSU is not outside the case. Why?

Other Thoughts: I searched for a long time. Found lots of options. This was the best compromise of size vs features vs cost. BUT, the case panels have a weird fit that I don't understand. Feels like you're going to break it taking it apart to build the PC. What was wrong with a normal slide together panel, or even a semi-hinge on one end and screws on the other?

Also the PSU is split between a power brick outside and an adapter board inside the case. It would make much more sense to me to have the PSU as one unit outside the case and only wires inside it. The idea is small, space efficient. Why only go 3/4 of the way and compromise on the main design feature and stick more heat in the case on top of it?

Still overall, I'm satisfied. I have a 17w 1037u based board inside, and it's plenty of room and power for that. Good buy overall.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/4/2014 5:47:40 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs9 month update

Pros: I like the design. Small sleek and works very good .

Accept one thing. Read other thoughts

Cons: Not top of the line quality, though work good

Other Thoughts: I have 3 of these cases I been using this case with a new mini tic motherboard and low power 35w intel processor as a htpc it's on a the time 24/7 to record shows .

To make this short. The 80w power supply that comes with this case is not 90w, yes the power supply uses upto 90w that's the brick part only the internal power to the motherboard is a maximum of 80w I would put more them 40w .

So now I been going crazy with not being able to run memory at 2100mhz or even 1600mhz with any of my motherboard with any of the 3 power supplies from these cases also some strange slite instability nothing blue screening but do have to restart sometimes

To make this short this power supply is not that great I spent months researching and even buying more mini powerful power supplies up to 250w that fit in this small case

In the end non of the sma power supplies would run compleat lay stable sure everything seem to work . Little glitches hear and there most peaple think that's normal for a computer, it may be normal but there is a reason .

In the end I upgraded to new cool master case for mini Itx a silent no fan seasonic power supply and even sea sonics small 250w . Now all glitches studers. Or what ever are gone and now tuning one at 2100mhz the other at 1600mhz no problem

I was going crazy for months why nothing would work right and thought I save someone the hassle .

I can not put into works the diference , I think the power supply degrades over time cause it wasn't so bad at first . Not great but not bad but recently I was going crazy with having to reboot over and over s day long

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  • Matthew B.
  • 3/15/2014 11:22:13 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks Great

Pros: Small, Quiet, Efficient.

Cons: No problems yet.

Other Thoughts: I wanted a quiet, small, low power pc and selected this box to build in. I installed an ASRock H81M-ITX LGA 1150 motherboard and added a 35W Intel i3-4130T, 4 GB of 1.35V RAM, and a 128GB SSD. I installed Linux from USB stick, and booted it up. My kill-a-watt reads 13 watts idling (no counting monitor).

One reviewer had problems getting his motherboard in the box. Although it did initially look like it was going to be a tight fit for me as well, my motherboard dropped in easily.

One reviewer wanted a larger power supply, but for me 90 watts is probably double what I need. Also, note that power supplies tend to be less efficient when either very lightly or heavily loaded. So a larger power supply would probably lead to more power losses for the vast majority of users. And how many hundreds of watts would you really want to dissipate in such a small box anyway?

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  • Jan V.
  • 2/19/2014 4:37:02 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWell Vintilated M-ITX Case

Pros: Ventilation, well thought out, Vesa mount and stand included, silent power supply, compact, fits two 2.5" SSDs comfortably.

Cons: Plastic

Other Thoughts: Overall, I found this case to be pretty typical of any standard case. It has an aluminum frame encased in plastic.

Assembly was pretty straight forward although I needed to remove the front panel to get my motherboard to fit in.

My M-ITX board has 8 pin connector(s) for CPU. This case supports 4 or 8 pin (included power cables).

The most praise worthy feature of this case is that it has the best ventilation of any M-ITX I have come into contact with. If keeping a system cool and quite is important to you, I would recommend this one. I'm using this case with a Noctua heatsink (Noctua NH-L9i 95mm SSO2). This is one the highest quality products I've come across (heat sink). The case, fan-less power supply (power-brick) and heat sink create a nearly silent PC. I can only hear the system when placing my ear directly up to the grill side of the case.

While I am not impressed with the material(s), the case seems to be well thought out. I can fit two 2.5" SSDs comfortably in addition to my EVGA Z87 Stinger mobo. Everything fit together just right.

One problem I ran into is that the power light does not work. I called Antec, reached a CS rep immediately, and he said he would be sending me a replacement front panel (after verifying my receipt). Hopefully everything checks out.

Overall, I think this is an excellent product. I docked one star because I would prefer more premium material i.e. aluminum (or rubberized finished).

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/10/2013 10:20:48 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsreview update

Pros: I can not say enough good things about this case. read other thoughts

Cons: noda

Other Thoughts: I left the review about the power supply only being 80w yet its advertised at 90w that's because the external power supply is 90w though the internal power supply is 80w and that's the real power 80w

ok so now that I have had 2 computers running with this case for a few months this is my observations.

power supply seems cheep and small yet its able to run non stop 24 hours a day 7 days a week with out fail .
Good airflow even better if you use a duct around the cpu fan to the grill. only time fan spins up is wile playing command and conquer generals and the second pc no duct yet still no heat issues. so it has good airflow.

Small compact if that's what your looking for. very small.

Build quality very good.

I wanted a low power pc to use as a windows MCE media center to watch and record HD cable TV shows. to replace TiVo box . since it on all the time and in bedroom must be quiet, very quiet

End result its so quiet i mean you don't hear a thing. putting my ear next to it i hear a slight wind sound from the cpu cooler but hardly. that's to much trouble so I just loo at the lights. i find my self checking it make sure its on many times a day. its so small i forget about it. it doesn't use much power even wile watching and recording up to 4 channels at once about 3% to 8% cpu usage. so it doesn't get hot so the cpu fan is always on low its in audible.

it works just as i wanted. only thing is i using a external 2 terabyte esata drive for the video storage when i have enough money i will buy a large laptop drive that fits in this case.
in the end its perfect for what i built it for.

Intel Core i3-4130T 35w
GIGABYTE GA-Z87N-WIFI a super motherboard no esata though, i had to modify the case and use a esata to sata cable.
Corsair Dominator CMP16GX3M4X1600C7.i split up 8 gigs each computer, it fits. not the new ones that came out this year there a few centimeters to big unless you take off the top part of there heatsink.

both have Samsung SSD for operating system one has a WD 500gig laptop HD for storage other a esata 2 terabyte WD HD

Used a external USB cdrom to install operating system
both computers work flawless and for the most part use under 15w most of the time down to 8w if at idle only time they use anything more is wile playing a game.

Intel maxed out once for me at 32w this with everything in use. all usb filled, recording 4 HD channels , running virus scan and playing a game. the cpu was only at 62% so i ran 2 memtests and was able to get 98%-100% cpu load the power 34 to 40w

but that's not what i use it for and for its daily use at 8w to 15w and completely quiet with using the Intel cpu heatsink

makes a perfect HTPC :) very happy

just wish i could fit my gtx 680 classifieds in at least one of them for games. LOL
Intel graphics great for HTPC HD video not quiet there yet for games

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/11/2013 8:22:24 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsLove this case

Pros: Small, good air ventilation , power supply , lots of usb's

Cons: Noda, nice if it had more power like 150w+

Other Thoughts: A good quality of this case, i purchased 2 of these cases. One to use in a automobile for car pc and one to use as a storage media server. I was going to upgrade one of the power supplies to a 160wat what i found when i found out the power supply is its only 80 watts. On the back of the power supply that comes with this case it clearly stamped

total power 80w max
12v 5Amax
5v 6Amax
3.3v 5Amax
-12v 0.1Amax
5vsb 1.5Amax
3.3V+5v power 45w max

Thats what is say on the power supply in this case and both 2 cases say the same.
Aside from wanting more power from the power supply to use faster hardware. i really like this case more everyday. So cool so small and fast, hide it anywhere , incredible difference from my large case that take up a corner in the room

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  • Toni K.
  • 9/19/2013 5:31:50 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGreat case but can't find a fan.

Pros: Good case all the way around for a small MB ,
Adequate ventilation. Perfect for a HTPC setup

Cons: After 90 days, the fan starting making a loud noise now it has finally died altogether. I have looked everywhere for a 100MM circular case fan for this unit and cannot locate one anywhere. Wrote to Antec support - 2 weeks ago-
Still waiting for a reply.

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  • Arthur T.
  • 7/9/2013 12:37:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAbsolutely perfect for my needs.

Pros: I wanted a tiny case for my mini-itx XBMC dedicated front end. I had narrowed my choices to this and an M350 and this won out. The integrated 90w PSU and the (precious) extra few mm of space were the deciding factors. Space is ALWAYS a premium with cases like these and I knew I wanted a 37mm Noctua CPU cooler and an SSD and I was not 100% sure if they would fit the M350 but they fit in this case with zero issues. The 90w PSU is enough for my needs and I have zero regrets about my purchase. Completely satisfied.

Cons: Assembly time was short but a little tricky which is to be expected with a case this small so plan accordingly. There were actually too many included cables with the PSU so I had the majority of them left over and finding a place to route them made cable mgmt a slight challenge.

Other Thoughts: Do your homework. Look at the layout of this case and look at the layout of your mini-itx mobo to maximize the little bit of space you have. For example you may run into cable length issues trouble if the mobo you have has the 4 pin CPU connector on the opposite side of the case's PSU.

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  • Ari D.
  • 6/22/2013 4:30:57 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsGood case, but RF Interference

Pros: Small Form Factor (SFF)
Well organized, good placement, tooling and cable management

Cons: Radio Frequency Interference
Too much plastic
Case does not ground through power supply

Other Thoughts: I installed a mini-itx motherboard with an i3 Mobile processor, and a 2.5" HDD for a pfSense build. Worked pretty well, except that
1) the power supply puts of so much radio frequency interference (RFI) and the case does not stop it. If you search it on the web, you'll find there are many people with this issue with this case.
I believe this is likely because
2) the case is mostly plastic and so does not make a natural Faraday cage like most metal cases do
3) the metal parts of the case are not grounded

There was so much leaking RFI that when I turned on the PC my garage door opener stopped responding to the remote opener buttons... When I unplugged the computer the problem went away. Every time.
I grounded the metal frame of the case, and this improved things somewhat (the remotes would work within 10 feet of the opener/receiver) but this was still not acceptable. Instead of building an ugly Faraday cage to go around it, I've returned the case.

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  • Erik O.
  • 6/13/2013 5:44:38 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsGreat little case

Pros: Very small and light
Very will built, didn't feel cheap
Included compact power supply
Sharp looking case, happy with the design

Cons: Extremely tight, but as expected

Other Thoughts: Only reason I gave 4 eggs instead of 5 is because the front panel USB and audio jacks are really in the way of the motherboard. I played around with it for quite a while before i decided to just take them both out and throw them away. It didn't bother me too much because it was being used as a firewall case and those ports would never be used. It would of been frustrating if I was using it for a desktop build. I'm sure it's possible to get them in there with some more time and patience, however I feel they definitely could of made the connectors thinner, they seem very bulky.

I would absolutely buy this case again.

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