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Kyle S.

Kyle S.

Joined on 06/26/07

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Bought it for the size

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

Pros: Low price Comes with a power supply Very small size

Cons: A little flimsy Micro-ATX motherboard a tight fit Only 1 SATA power connector Only 1 2.5" drive bay

Overall Review: Overall you get what you pay for and a bit more. $40 for a case and PSU - not bad. Granted its not a great PSU, but for now it's just fine. It's not a top of the line case, but it's not a bad case either. Here's what I wound up doing: This case Gigabyte GA-G97MX Gaming 5 mATX mobo (was DOA from another site and was a very tight fit...too tight if I'm honest.) Switched to Asus H97i Plus mITX mobo (fits great) Core i3 4330 @3.5GHz Gigabyte GV-N75TOC-2GL (Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti) Note that even though this GPU is low profile, I still had to take the face plate off in order to get the GPU into the computer, and reattach the faceplate back on from the outside of the computer...you'd never know I had to do that by looking at it though, everything fits. 8Gb Crucial Ballistix 2x 2.5" SSD Raid 0 (had to mount the 2nd SSD with some industrial strength Velcro..no biggie) I happened to have some Molex to Sata power adapters handy which saved me...do note that there's only 1 SATA power connector with this PSU The case vent holes for the PSU and the PSU's fan don't exactly line up, however I haven't seen this PSU get terribly hot at all despite running games. All said and done what I made is a great, very small gaming PC which sips power (uses maybe 200w at 100% load) and never really gets hot, all thanks to this case.

10/30/2014