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CHAS MATX MT 4X HD BAY 4X I/O 2X USB 300W BLK
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Rating: 9.79/10
With 19 User Reviews
Guadalupe
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Review Date: 05/06/13
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Quite nice case with OEM style internals. Good swing out drive cage, screwless difficult disk mounting. All you need to have for cable management supplied in the box. Energy supply is superb and method has wonderful airflow. Hard drives keep good and cool devoid of the more fan. none I need to appear at Supermicro additional often. They truly produce some impressive stuff.
Kenyon
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Review Date: 03/10/13
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Wonderful case with an 80plus P/S. So good that I assume I am going to start making use of this for some of my house builds. Bought for a small organization server. But can see potential in utilizing it as a common population case. Excellent job supermicro. None
Kameryn
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Review Date: 01/26/13
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Small. fantastic HDD bay design. Open airflow. Properly created steel construction. 80 plus efficient 300W power supply. only a 4 pin connector for the mobo. Just get a four-8pin adaptor. Or make 1. great small case. great for a mini-server.
Arista
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Review Date: 01/19/13
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High quality parts. Almost silent fan. Unobtrusive. Tool-less HD install. No [useless] floppy bay. The DVD drive is secure but could only handle to screw it in on one particular side. Accessing the other side looked like a hassle. Working with this case for a fileserver: DQ45CB, dual-core Celeron, 2 WD Velociraptors, WD Caviar Green, DVD.Case fan is four pin኶mm. Unusual size to replace.Employed three.5 to 5.25 adapter for 3rd HD to boost airflow about drives.
Josue
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Review Date: 01/06/13
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Productive situation for speedily constructing a SBS server. Solid steel, reliable energy provide None
Malo
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Review Date: 01/03/13
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Used for an Ubuntu NAS / Media server.Extremely properly configured, 80+ Bronze energy provide included!Threw an Intel D510MO and a handful of WD Green Drives in there.Quiet, Low Power, Modest, Sturdy I would be a fool to complain about this deal.
Talon
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Review Date: 12/31/12
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Great looker, hefty duty, properly developed HD cage that does not need screws and swings out for uncomplicated access. It's a relatively quiet situation also. It contains a 300W 80+ power supply. Quite excellent deal for a major finish nameplate. The rear fan cable is too brief. Some of the situation connections (LAN activity light, overheat light) are unused on non-server mb. Grill wants to be removed for optical drive.
Albin
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Review Date: 12/05/12
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Solid case, no complications setting issues up. I'm sure there's superior out there, but for the cost, I doubt you can do better. Much more costly cases I've applied -really feel- far better...stiffer parts, smoother hinges, etc. Once more, no key complaints given the cost of this case, and I don't regret selecting it.
Zed
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Review Date: 11/27/12
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Mechanically nicely-developed and effectively-executedFeels strong and looks expertExtremely effortless to install tough drivesGreat integration with Supermicro motherboardsFans are quite quietHigher-efficiency power supplyCase to motherboard cables are consolidated and neat (if employing Supermicro board)Incorporates nice cable adapters for non-Supermicro boardsLED's do not blind you - they are the suitable luminosityNo floppy drive port (definite plus)No standoffs expected to mount motherboard Needs a devoted string of 4 SATA power plugs, and only one of the mixed two SATA and two Molex 8981 energy cables (it comes with two mixed cables) To date this has been my easiest and funnest case to set up. I have assembled dozens and dozens of computer system systems, utilizing a lot of various makes/models of situations, and this a single is my beloved so far, by far. Actually took 15 minutes to install a X7SPA-H motherboard, and four tough drives, such as removal of the motherboard and a hard drive from the other case it was originally in.I will absolutely be buying far more of these instances if/when I build additional mini-ITX/micro-ATX sized systems!
Lotta
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Review Date: 11/20/12
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I've built computer systems and servers for over 20 years.This is my very first case from Supermicro and I'll most likely purchase much more. Their circumstances are straight forward with out all the silly frills that other businesses add on.It's undoubtedly a solid design. It's heavy so it's not probably to get tipped over like the light weight aluminum situations.I moved components over from an Hewlett Packard case to put a newer personal computer together for my son. None thus far and almost certainly won't have any with this case. Not a huge fan of the hard drive trays. The plastic appears like it could break if you shoved the drive in at just the wrong angle, but otherwise they function as created. I'm sure Supermicro would replace them if you took the vital methods to obtain new trays.
Derex
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Review Date: 10/09/12
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This case feels like it's exactly the size it demands to be. Carrying it around, it feels (comparatively) smaller and light, it weighs only 23 pounds with 4 drives installed along with every little thing else. The case side, expansion cards, and hard drives are all tool-much less and all really feel quite solid. The tough drive cage rotates 90 degrees to permit loading of the hard drives, which also permits you to do some good cable management underneath it. The power provide seems like a solid unit and has specifically as substantially connectivity as you will need to have unless you have an expansion card that demands external power. It doesn't mention it anyplace on the Newegg page, but the manual claims the PSU is an 80 Plus Bronze rated unit. The case is constructed actually properly, and I honestly think it's worth the price of admission even with out the power provide. The case comes with a decent number of cable ties and a bunch of further screws, so you must be all set there. The USB header cable seriously demands to be longer. It's barely extended sufficient to reach the USB headers if your board has them at the bottom (which is exactly where practically just about every board has them). As such, you can't run that cable via the cable management hole they offer. The challenging drive cage rotates, but you can't get rid of, but that's really only a minor gripe. I'd also like some far better documentation as a entire. It comes with a speedy-start out guide, the manual can be located on Supermicro's site, and even that doesn't genuinely explain what's going on with the front panel cable... Making use of this as the chassis for a house-use file server w/ 3 2TB drives and a fourth, smaller drive for the OS and it looks like it will fulfill that function with gusto. Really solid, really effectively-built, the only gripes I have are quite minor.
Neka
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Review Date: 08/13/12
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Screw-much less difficult-drive mounts are straightforward and quick. Really low noise. Modest and unobtrusive. Surprisingly fashionable considering it's a server situation. Bit odd that it lacks a reset button. No front audio ports (but it's a server situation, so no surprise). In theory it has a very reputable power provide, but my buddy built a system with this situation and the power supply fan starting generating noise in less than a week (but no difficulties with other 4 builds). A buddy and I have built five systems with this situation a extremely advocate it. It's fantastic for a house server, workplace computer, or quiet workstation. Just don\'t forget that this case only fits micro-ATX motherboards, in spite of becoming a "server" situation.Newest develop was an Ubuntu perform-station for my buddy:three.0GHz AMD Phenom II X4 945 ࿿W)ASUS M4A785T-M/CSM micro-ATX Motherboard8GBs Kingston ECC DDR3 1333 (unbufferedာGB Intel X25-V boot drive for ǘx 1.5TB WD EARS drives (in mdadm RAID10 array) for /homeUbuntu 10.04 64-bit
Alaire
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Review Date: 06/01/12
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good situation, completely screwless, incredibly solidly built, extremely quiet, dust filters, and the power supply is an 80plus bronze 300watt that is whisper quiet. wish it had been a bit less expensive, i truly purchased it someplace else exactly where there was no cost shipping. would be nice if it had front audio , but that is what the CSE-731d version is for.other than that its a wonderful situation, i'd say stilll worth the income. provided the dearth of "classy" lookign microATX cases that have good construct top quality i'd say truly its among one thing like this and the nsk3480 as far as "good" cases. Most other microatx situations are flimsy/cheap or are incredibly extremely pricey for htpc or have only low profile slots. this is imho greater than the nsk3480 which i've also had as it has far better fans, and a lot more drive bays and is screwless.
Carver
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Review Date: 02/04/12
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Swift case to construct up. Screwless cd/dvd and hard drives. Have built about 15 systems with the case so far with no issues. Internal floppy slot doesn't have a cutout in the front cover. Will NOT take an atx board, micro only... Fantastic case.
Lamya
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Review Date: 01/07/12
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-Was cost-free with my Motherboard!-Insane airflow for such a modest case and 1 fan.-power provide is pretty quiet.-Not boring, but not gawdy searching.-Cool flipping HDD cage. -Power supply has only 2 molex connectors...and 300watts...But was cost-free and is possibly superior than any other power supply for cheep. Got this for no cost, so no matter what I can't complain. I put my Girlfriends rig in it and WOW airflow was crazy. I could put my hand near it and feel air flowing by means of my fingers, and that is with the integrated fan and a small 80mm in the front that only turns at 900rpm.Keeps an AMD technique nice and cool.-GB Motherboard mATX-Unlocked Sempron 140 into X2 @ 3.3Ghz-2GB "Rendition" by Vital RAM-2x 320GB Hitachi Deskstars in RAID0-Tv tuner card
Zebulon
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Review Date: 12/15/11
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Quite superior make excellent. No sharp edges to cut your face off or fingers. Simple setup of all hardware because pretty much every little thing (other then a couple of screws for the mobo) is tool-less. I genuinely like that, saves a ton of time, but it's not affordable like most tool-much less situations. Superior good quality rear chasis fan, but absolutely nothing in the front. Nevertheless seems to pull great air into case nonetheless. Applied a GIGABYTE board and it fit really nice and solid. The pannel wiring is a small weird, I believe when you plug in the cable it adjustments the polarity, so when you plug in your hdd headers to the board it may well have to be flip flopped to get the lights to come on... Not actually a major deal. No front fan and the power supply isn't all that excellent. I've observed far worse, but you're going to want to swap in something better then what is included. The look of the case is seriously good IMO. I like how it's not seriously that flashy and the tool-less style is fairly nice too. Fit and finish is Incredibly very good, like all SuperMicro junk. I'm fairly pleased with it and I'll keep an eye out for a sale due to the fact it's a small pricey...---I have ƒ) WD Blue 1TB HDD's in it suitable now and they seem to run okay, warm to the touch, but not burning on fire like junk Seagates. That's about the only factor that I could do one thing about is add a front fan like an 80 or 92mm if it'll fit.
Sydney
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Review Date: 07/23/11
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Tiny, effectively built and effortless to work on. There are no sharp edges to cut your self on and adding tough drives are a snap. None at this time The energy supply could be a bit larger.
Stesha
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Review Date: 07/02/11
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Good seeking case, sturdy design This is my own fault but it is a mATX case and can't fit quite a few server motherboards in it. It seems that this case would be far better for a workstation than a server. it's wise to fully read the description ahead of ordering
Bambell@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/14/11
Cons: Some may consider it a bit expensive.More air flow, more noise, please.

Pros: Small footprint and weight.Sturdy, super silent, yet great air flow.High effiency power supply enough for an i7-2600.Great tool-less design.Ton of accessories.
Comment:
Box dimension (roughly) : 60x30x55 CM. With the hardware mentioned below it roughly weights 30 pounds.Once again, an amazing chassis from Supermicro (PMed to $93.34 ). The build quality is second to none, the footprint and weight get as small as it can possibly be. All accessories you could possibly need are included. Even the power cord feels sturdy.I paired this chassis with a desktop grade ASUS motherboard (P8H67-M Pro), 2*4GB of memory (G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3-1333), 2*1TB Caviar Black hard drives and a Core i7-2600 processor. As such, yes, Supermicro's super efficient power supply is more than enough for such a build (ran Prime95 for roughly 12 hours).Included power supply connectors : 4*SATA power cables, 2*Molex 4-pin power cables, 1*4-pin (FOUR PINS) ATX power cable, 1*24-pin power cable (non 20+4) and 2 other connectors that looks like 4-pin fan female connectors. As such, you get all connectors you'd need to plug in four hard drives but, beware, unlike what Supermicro advertises, the power supply has a unique 4-pin ATX power connector (not a 4+4 pins). Most motherboards (including the P8H67-M Pro) supports only plugging in the 4 pins, but to be safe, you may want to add a "nGear 4 Pin P4 Power to 8 Pin Epc Power Adapter Cable" (PM to $1.71).The rotating hard drives bay is quite handy. Not only does it really ease up the replacement of hard drives, but it makes assembly just way easier as the chassis is very cramped.Supermicro is true to word, the included fan is indeed really, really silent. All together, it is quieter than my Noctua's PC. And it does push a fair amount of air. I got to say that I'd like to see Supermicro releasing a version with a slightly louder, yet more powerful fan. This one is just uselessly silent, even if you don't plan to throw it in a datacenter.N.B.1 : Raising nuts for the motherboard are useless for most boards.N.B.2 : The included ty-raps taht may be glued to the chassis aren't long enough to accommodate a lot of cables. This being said, cable management is very, very though even though Supermicro includes all necessary accessories.N.B.3 : The tool-less design is a huge success. Note that they even include screws to screw in the hard drives to secure them, in case you got to ship the server (tool-less hard drive cages are known to fall apart during shipment).N.B.4 : On a non-Supermicro motherboard, I can't seem to be able to have the front USB connectors and the front LEDs to work!N.B.5 : Supermicro uses a proprietary connector for the motherboard connections (Power_SW, Reset...). The conversion cable is included.
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Product Specifications

 
Motherboard Compatibility: 9.6" x 9.6" micro-ATX
Power Supply: w/ 300W Power Supply
External 5.25" Drive Bays: 2
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 4
Expansion Slots: 4
Front Ports: USB
90mm Fans: 1
Dimensions(L x W x H): 16.75" x 14.25" x 7.25"
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