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EVGA Hadron Hydro Mini-ITX Chassis Black with 500W 80Plus Gold Power Supply (110-MW-1002-K1)

  • Mini-ITX Tower
  • 2 x USB 3.0, Audio in/out Front Ports
  • 500W Power Supply
  • 2 x 3.5" (2.5") Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
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EVGA Hadron Hydro Black Steel Mini-ITX Chassis

Why sacrifice appearance and size when choosing a performance rig? The EVGA Hadron Mini ITX chassis was designed for full performance and no compromises. At a mere 6 2/3 inches (169mm) wide and 13 3/4 inches (350mm) high, the EVGA Hadron chassis is extremely small, but capable of holding the latest and best hardware.

With an included 500W Gold rated power supply, support for a full sized graphics card, sleek looks and enthusiast features, the EVGA Hadron mini ITX chassis packs a serious punch.

The Hydro version has additional room to support various types of water cooling.


EVGA Hadron Hydro
  • Integrated 500W Gold Rated Power Supply with 40A on +12V Rail
  • Supports most full size enthusiast graphics cards! (Up to 267mm, double slot)
  • 2 x USB 3.0 Ports
  • Supports all mini ITX form factor motherboards
  • At 13.75in. (350mm) high and 6.6in. (169mm) wide, it's one of the smallest chassis available for the enthusiast!
  • 2 x 2.5- / 3.5-inch Drive Bays support two hard drives
  • Supports slim slot-load optical drive (not included)
  • Accommodates various types of watercooling


AC Input 100 ~ 240VAC, 8 - 4A, 60 - 50 Hz
Rail +5V +3.3V +12V -12V +5Vsb
Max. Output 20A 20A 40A 0.5A 3.5A
130W 480W 6W 17.5W
Total 500W @ 122°F (50°C)

Two Superspeed USB 3.0 Ports

EVGA Hadron Hydro

Supports most full size graphics cards! (Up to 267mm, double slot) / (Motherboard and graphics card are not included)

EVGA Hadron Hydro

Supports slim slot load optical drive (not included)

EVGA Hadron Hydro

Integrated 500W Gold rated power supply with 40A on +12V rail

Learn more about the EVGA 110-MW-1002-K1

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • westley j.
  • 3/13/2015 2:57:38 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsNot surprisingly roomy.

Pros: -modern exterior design.
-build quality is exceptional.
-500W GOLD PSU yah say?
-Fits MOST full size VGA

Cons: -With this case it seems EVGA has decided to battle against the OCD of the world. EVERYTHING in this case makes it impossible to have a clean and cohesive interior unless you are a pro modder.
-No cable management whatsoever.
-Ugly PSU cables.
-I would have rather seen an SFX PSU than a 1U. There are more High-end Modular SFX form factor PSUs on the market.
-PSU blocks what could be another place for fans or another radiator.
-Drive bay is the absolute worst. Takes up tons of space, makes everything cramped. Hard drive connectors point upward to further battle any clean look. Could have easily made it removable for numerous reasons.. not a single positive reason to rivet it on with something like 14 RIVETS!
-ABSOLUTELY NO WAY TO FIT A CLOSED LOOP or AIO liquid cooler in this case without modification.
-I would trade the disk bay in for more drive bays.
-BRIGHT BLUE USB 3.0 RIBBON (WHY?!) cable that drags all the way across the top of the VGA and plugs into their own proprietary Z97 STINGER MOBO's USB 3.0 plug opposite (horizontal) of the natural lay of the (vertical) flat ribbon cable.
-1980's grey HDaudio cable also take this route and drags all the way across the VGA... just for good measure.. Ensure that nothing in the case could match or look orderly.
-Wasting of Space is made easy by the Proprietary fitting only for evga liquid reservoir/pump area toward the back of the case. Nothing else can be done with this without modification. Utter waste unless you plan to buy everything EVGA.. which is their obvious intent here.

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  • Issaaic R.
  • 2/27/2015 5:30:12 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsdang it!

Pros: The case is a clean and slick design! Not overloaded with useless drive cages and such!

Cons: My case arrived with the power supply in it being DOA. I have RMA'd it just wish it didn't take so long to get there and get back!

cable management is a little crazy depending on your mobo layout and in my case, management was hard to do. Been nice to have some holes that ran behind the drive cage or inside it to route a 24 pin, cpu pin, and such! I put a lot of time into managing my cables and once I got it looking pretty clean the power supply was dead so that was frustrating I almost tested it before the build but didnt and then was frustrated at having wasted that much time!

PSU would be much better with modular cables, Even if it woulda cost a little bit more!

Also EVGA should come out with atleast a 700-750w power supply made specifically for this case since you can't just swap a power supply in and out! 500w just limits what you can do overclocking cpu/gpu.

Ill give more eggs once I get my new case and the power supply works!

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  • David G.
  • 2/6/2015 2:15:16 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWell done EVGA

Pros: This case is remarkably small for what it can do. I was able to install an EVGA 890 GTX Hydro with the length of the card and waterblock not being an issue. The supplied PSU is also doing great at powering the system. The metal that's used in almost all of the cases construction is sturdy, and the paint is also well done. You won't be scratching or denting this chassis easily. The EVGA Hadron Hydro watercooling kit also installed easily, showing that it's made for this case.

Cons: I would love to have seen the optical drive slot and IO ports on the same side of the case as the viewing panel. I have to choose which side I want to see easily on my desk. It may sound petty, but most aren't choosing this chassis for purely performance. It's a beauty after all. There are only a couple of optical drives advertised by the manufacturer to work in this case, and none of them are Blu-Ray capable. Do your research though, because they do exist. Finally, such a great quality case has a somewhat cheap feeling plastic drive mounts. Knowing that almost every enthusiast system that is going to be built around a Mini-ITX form factor will be running SSDs makes it confusing as to why so much space was wasted by this drive cage. Make the cage modular in the next version of the Hadron please.

Other Thoughts: Overall a great case. I'm a very picky owner, and even with the cons that I mentioned I would purchase this chassis again without hesitation. Just please EVGA, announce a compatible slim slot loading Blu-Ray drive for this chassis! You'll sell even more of these cases if you do. =)

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  • Adam G.
  • 2/4/2015 12:58:17 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsReally cool*

Pros: -Excellent cooling options.
-Very cool looking design
-Fits full size Graphics cards (very snug)

Cons: -No cable management
-usb 3.0 cable too short for F2A88XN motherboard

Other Thoughts: So i have built two systems with the hdyro and non hydro version of this case. They look awesome when complete and feel very high quality. The last system i built was for an on site film crew. It had 2 4tb raid drives and a 250gb ssd. Fitting three drives in this case took some creativity, but i found that the SSD could fit between the two raid drives. A bit snug but it works, a hint for putting the ssd in is to reverse its position so that the cable comes around the back of the drive bay. I coupled this with an FM2+ processor and 16gb of ram and this machine is the absolute best portable film production machine ever!
If you are a noob to system building, i don't recommend starting with this case, it will give you a headache trying to figure out how to run these cables without them covering the fans. If your not a noob this case provides a fun and rewarding experience.

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  • Gale L.
  • 1/10/2015 12:23:49 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggstornear

Pros: Looks great. was fun to build. Runs cool during all online gaming.

Cons: should have a 5" second spring for tube between cpu and pump.

Other Thoughts: would recommend anyone who never built a mini to try this. It really was fun figuring how to do with a set of big hands. Curved forceps were a big help.

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  • Christopher S.
  • 12/23/2014 8:41:41 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSolid Case

Pros: All Metal Construction *except front panel

Nothing on it flexes at all

Power supply seems ok

Cons: Put together a little too well, had a hard time taking it apart

Confusing to take apart to first time cause mine came with the Hadron AIR manual not the hydro. so i may have gotten the wrong accessories too then.

No cable management area at all

Other Thoughts: Kind of a weird airflow scheme they want you to follow. all the fans blowing air out the top, what about the graphics card at the bottom with the fan facing down almost touching the stupid power supply.

But i guess this case isn't really meant for airflow now is it =P

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  • Thomas C.
  • 9/14/2014 11:20:40 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsI LOVE this case!

Pros: It looks VERY attractive. It has a good, solid feel to it... very solid and sturdy. There are no obnoxious lights all over it, tempting commercial aircraft to land in you home office. I/O connectors, drive bays, etc. are all located and oriented VERY well. It's a very small case, but with a big-case cooling capability. It's nice and quiet, but with a cautionary warning (see Other Thoughts).

Cons: The PSU will be tough to replace, if it ever needs to be done... this is NOT a desirable quality, but it is otherwise so awesome, I just can't see taking away an egg for that. Just be aware that it doesn't accommodate an ATX PSU, but rather a Mini-ITX PSU, which limits your options for replacing it, if the need arises.

Other Thoughts: I loved building two identical rigs with this case... one of the best I've worked with. The cramped quarters inside this case meant that there were a couple of potential crimp points for the coolant tubing, but EVGA was kind enough to supply a spring that you can trim and insert into the tubing, in order to maintain the inner diameter of the tubing around tight bends. (That is, with the liquid cooling kit for this case, which is sold separately.) As for the caution, regarding the level of quiet you can achieve: If the PSU cooling fan spins all the way up to its highest level, it IS pretty loud and obnoxious. If you're planning to load the case up with a power-hungry GPU, you can probably expect the PSU to make some noise. At first, my PSUs were spinning up to max when the machines were under load, but after I adjusted the radiator fans to a little bit higher speed, the PSU cooling fan settled down to a very peaceful speed, and all was well. The bottom line: remember that airflow through the PSU still passes through the case, and the twin 120mm fans on the radiator can move a lot more air, with less noise, than the 30mm fan in the PSU.

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  • Rosli G.
  • 7/18/2014 11:03:49 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsjust fine

Pros: Good design and power supply.

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: "josh" who gave this a 1 star rating is a complete idiot. He should have known that 500w isn't enough for the parts he put in it.

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  • victor f.
  • 7/15/2014 1:49:33 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsI love the case

Pros: small but i can fit anything i want within the PSU capacity. I got an MSI 280x running it with a pentium G3258 at the moment.

Cons: none if you know what you are doing.

Other Thoughts: Josh the guy that gave it 1 egg used an HD 7990 and an i7 4790. Thats 375w+84w=459 plus all the other stuff he had in it.

The card alone sucks around 375watts and i am sure the card uses way more under load. Simple math shows that the PSU was being abused.

To safely use the included PSU limit yourself to "single" GPU card.

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  • josh j.
  • 6/30/2014 8:21:28 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

1 out of 5 eggsfirecrack fail

Pros: nice looking and they got the right idea with it.

Cons: power supply went in a $1500.00 epic fail it was the 4th of july on my table about gave my wife a heart attack poping louder then ladyfingers and a shower of sparks from the fan hole catching a news paper on the table on fire it cooked everything in the case asus z97i+ mb,4790 i7 cpu,16gb corsair 2400 mem, hadron water pump, and of corse the hadrons cherry bomb power supply. just a return shipping loss and my time for them but now the stuff i cant rma MSI 7990 twin frozer,2 512gb intel ssd's one 160gb intel ssd, and a 2tb hdd.

Other Thoughts: i had such high hopes for this set up it was the 1st and only evga items i have ever bought in close to 20 years of building computers it seems that i cant aford to again.i do hope this never happens to anyone else.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Josh J,

I am very sorry to hear of the issue that you had with your system. I can confirm that this power supply does have protection to turn it off in case a failure should occur, which is not common. Please do not hesitate to contact our 24 hour technical support at 1-888-881-3842 option 1 or by email at as we are here to help you narrow down the issue and to help with warranty if it is needed.

EVGA Customer Support

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