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LOGISYS Computer CS6801BK Aluminum Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case 350W Power Supply

  • Aluminum Mini-ITX Tower
  • 1x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0 Front Ports
  • 350W Power Supply
  • 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 1 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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LOGISYS Computer Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case With 350W Power Supply

Description

The stylish slim mATX / mini-ITX standard case is designed for HTPC and SOHO uses. It comes with slim 5.25", 3.5" or 2.5" drive bays, four low-profile expansion slots, a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 port, and card readers. The front panel was brush painted with an aluminum-like finish to match your home theater devices. Pre-installed with 350W PSU, this compact case has most of the features you could expect from a large tower case, all nicely arranged to do the job neatly and efficiently.

Specifications

LOGISYS Computer Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case
  • USB 3.0 connectivity
  • 2.5" HDD Drive Bay
  • Card Reader Build-in
  • SGCC Steel Micro ATX/Mini-ITX Slim Case
  • 1 x USB 3.0 | 1 x USB 2.0
  • 1 Slim 5.25" External Bay + 1 slim 3.5" Internal Bay + 1 2.5" Internal Bay Or 2 Slim 3.5" Internal Bays + 1 2.5" Internal Bay
  • HD Audio + AC 97
  • 8-in-1 Card Reader
  • 4 Expansion Slots
  • Mounted with 350W Micro ATX Power Supply
  • Case Physical Size: 11.75 x 4 x 15.75"

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • K.C. S.
  • 2/5/2016 6:41:50 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood Case but PSU is Meh

Pros: The layout is great with plenty of room for components.
The size is just right for a HTPC like I used it for.
My mATX board fit nicely.
Easy to assemble/disassemble for maintenance.

Cons: The power supply only has one SATA power plug and a bunch of 4-pin molex connectors and a Floppy power plug!
The main capacitors in the PSU died after 8 months of light use as a HTPC.
The PSU fan started making an awful noise after about a year.
The only replacement PSU is the same piece of junk.
It only came with 3 out of 4 expansion slot covers.

Other Thoughts: I was able to repair the capacitors myself with high quality Japanese Rubicon units and replace the noisy fan with a Nactua one. Although the fan used a non standard plug so I had to make an adapter to the 4 pin on the new fan.
I also ended up rewiring the cables to clean up the mess of adapters I was forced to use while I was in there voiding the warranty.
I also added a second Nactua fan to the one of the side grills.

Overall the case has good build quality and fits the niche I needed it for. It is just too bad the power supply is so bad and there are no options.
It is by all means not a silent case but not bad with some good quality fans installed.

I have an Intel Core!3-3220 on a Gygabyte GA-H61M-USB3H with a BR ROM, 1SSD and 1 3.5" HDD.

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  • Ronron O.
  • 1/13/2016 7:39:15 AM

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Modern Computer Slim Case!

Pros: -Good 350W Power Supply.
-Fits a M-ITX or M-ATX Motherboard.
-Fits a Low Profile Graphics Card (i.e MSI Radeon R7 240 Low Profile Graphics Card).
-Thumb Screws are good for ease access into the interior of the case.
-Good Card Reader.

Cons: -Requires A Sata power splitter if you want to mount a full Optical Disk Drive and a 2.5' Hard Drive.
-Hard to mount a 3.5' Hard Drive and a 5.25' Optical Disk Drive.
-No slot for a 3.5' Hard Drive if you install a 5.25' Optical Disk Drive.
-Power Supply Fan can be a little loud at times.

Other Thoughts: My Specs of this Build:
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-F2A68HM-H
CPU/Processor: AMD A6-7400K 3.5GHz/3.9GHz With AMD Radeon R5 Graphics
RAM/Memory: Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 2X4GB 1866MHz Dual Channel
Video Card: MSI AMD Radeon R7 LP 240 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
Hard Drive: Toshiba MK7575GSX 2.5' 750GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
Optical Disk Drive: Asus DRW-24F1ST
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1

Overall I really like this case because its small and I don't have any space on my desk to support a full case, with this case takes up 25% of my desk space.

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  • Bert J.
  • 12/26/2015 7:51:15 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBasic, useful, solid - and power supply! Great for $$

Pros: You can't beat the price for a nondescript case + power supply. Good for a first ITX project.

Cons: None.

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  • Daniel D.
  • 9/1/2015 6:20:07 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNope nope nope nope

Pros: Nice-looking
Good feel to the power button
Face plate comes off easily
Convenient cable management
Inexpensive

Cons: Flimsy and badly designed in every other way possible.

Power supply mounts are thin, bendy tabs.

Fits a mATX PSU, but once it's installed, the filter above it can't be easily reinserted. It's nearly impossible to get it back off again with the PSU installed. Have super glue handy, because it will break.

I/O shield opening is flexy and useless. Any amount of pressure from the back pops the shield in, even with a MoBo installed.

Supports mATX motherboards, but won't also fit a regular-size fan in the bottom slot. Y'know, the intake point.

-The card reader cable is attached to the front panel using screws with wide, flat heads. On my case, they were actually making contact with the electronic components of the circuit board. While troubleshooting it I started unscrewing the card reader itself, and it began SMOKING until I removed the power cable.

So much nope.

Other Thoughts: I replaced the screws on the card reader, but now my motherboard randomly loses its SATA ports while it's installed in the case. I have to make it work, as there's not time to deal with an RMA process, but Cheese & Rice, what a nightmare.

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  • Bruce S.
  • 8/13/2015 8:22:14 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIncredible value

Pros: Value, value, value--that's why 5 eggs.
Power supply.
Looks pleasant.

Cons: Fit and finish--meh.
The optical drive bay is intended for slim drive. Full size LG drive was in the combo package. Full size was a little fiddly to install (to avoid interference from the trap door.) I use software eject commands to avoid fishing for the fancy LG eject 'bump'.(I had to edit b/c Newegg won't allow the term that describes the 'bump' on a camel's back...) (I don't feel like just snapping the trap door off.)

Other Thoughts: To avoid burning Franklins: It's well worth a little (really not that much) extra work on the optical drive. I am very pleased with this purchase.

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/18/2015 8:28:57 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice case with a few quirks.

Pros: nice looking case fits mITX and mATX mobos.

Cons: PSU only has one SATA connector. You will need to buy a 4 pin molex to sata adaptor if you want to mount a ODD and a HDD.

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  • Matthew M.
  • 6/29/2015 3:12:08 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsA cheap small case with serious deficits

Pros: It's small. I wanted something small similar to the Optiplex cases and that is what I got.
Supports a full size optical drive, a full size 3.5 HDD, and a 2.5 SSD (or HDD) all at once, space wise. SSD and ODD are attached to the part that comes out. HDD is installed under that part, sort of hanging behind the pack panel.
Included PSU that should be more than enough for a build going into this kind of case
The slight bend outwards in the side panels make cable management possible and not a huge pain.

Cons: The case arrived looking like it had been used before. There was dust inside of the plastic bag, visual scratches, and generally not taken care of well. Since it's hidden, I didn't mind, but that's never a good indicator.

While the case has the room to install odd, hdd, and ssd, the PSU only has one SATA power connector, so you either need to split that or get a molex adapter. It also does not come with enough screws to mount them all if you intend to use all four like I do.
No included fans, except for on the power supply. The case needs at the very least an 80mm intake at the bottom. I would recommend to use some pantyhose as a dust filter.
The case has to stand upright. I thought the ODD cover would be oriented the other way to what it is. If you lay it down either your front panel ports or your optical drive become useless. You have to remove the ODD cover and install the reverse to not lose functionality of either. Sadly instead of putting feet on the case itself, they give you these stands "in case" you decide to stand it upright (pro tip, you have no choice, the stands increase the width, not great. You don't use those and then the intake suffers as the case would sit on it.
A few days of use and the ODD cover already stops pulling in properly after the drive. Getting the optical positioned to work with that cover was enough of a pain.
The cables for the front panel can only route through one hole, however the hole does not line up with the cables very well, so when you reattach the front panel of the case, you can jam the cable and ruin it if you aren't careful.
HDD activity light is red and same place as power button. Doesn't look good, so I disconnected it and moved the power led over a bit, to get a more uniform shine.
No filters, so I used pantyhose on the open coverings with some superglue. Works well and doesn't restrict airflow much at all.
The power cable going from the PSU to the back for the power plug, it's a little too long, it would've been nice if it had been more taut for better cable management. The plug on the back is also a bigger cut out than the power cable, thus it's not a snug fit.
PSU is sort of crooked and so is the fan. Screws for side panels are also crooked.
Card readers are very difficult to use as the readers don't line up properly with the case and they aren't flush. You'll need to either cut the front panel up a bit or attempt to realign them on the inside of the front cover.
If you can, replace the PSU for something more reliable, but that does increase the cost a lot.

Other Thoughts: I am somewhat satisfied with what I got for the money, but it could be a whole lot better, quite easily.
The case could be even smaller by only sacrificing the matx support. They should anyway, since matx is impossible to fit well. It could then lose some height and if they dropped expansion card support, even some width, maybe some length too, but that's a close one.

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  • Gustavo N.
  • 6/17/2015 10:19:54 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot lucky

Pros: Good price for a nice looking case. Delivers what it says.

Cons: I got 2 of those. One came bent and the other with DOA on the power supply. Too expensive for using just the case.

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  • Barbara R.
  • 6/5/2015 7:52:36 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNo hard drive bay?

Pros: Nice size, lightweight, USB 3.0

Cons: Case arrived with bent area. NO hard drive bay included. No where to attach hard drive.

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  • Penny O.
  • 6/2/2015 11:57:21 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot meant to lay flat

Pros: -I can put 2 full sized hard drives in it
-It has a full-sized 5.25" drive bay (which has a 3.5" hard drive in it currently, no adapter needed).
-Can fit up to 5 80mm fans.
-can fit a small microATX motherboard

Cons: -not meant to lay flat. The case is meant to stand vertically - if you lay it flat, either the optical drive will be upside down or the card reader/front USB will be face down. for this reason and because it is almost 16" deep I don't think it would make a very good HTPC if you are planning on putting it on a shelf.
-Power button is too big and can be accidentally pressed quite easily.
-hard drive bay (theone that's not inside the 5.25 bay) is very awkward to work on.
-Power supply fan is loud - had to take power supply apart and clip wires to remove it. Replaced it with another one and hooked that one up to a motherboard fan connector.

Other Thoughts: It has a lot of hard-to-find features but also a couple of glaring design flaws.

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