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Product Reviews

Antec ISK 310-150 Black / Silver Computer Case
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Rating: 8.29/10
With 7 User Reviews
Jalil
Rating:

Review Date: 07/25/13
Comment:
Its tiny. Oh, and you know those tiny stands that come with Wiis so you can stand them up on the side? Yeah, this baby came with one of those as well. Super cool. Girlfriend called it cute. None. When I purchased it, I didn't recognize that only laptop sized harddrives can fit in right here. I didn't buy the drive I planned on acquiring however, but nevertheless, I'm all more than the tininess of this point.My plans for it are a StepMania box, MythTV frontend, and emulator 'console'. So this tiny box is fairly tight for those purposes.
Manica
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Review Date: 06/21/13
Comment:
solid, tiny, no flex case. great airflow thanks to intelligent positioning of drive bays and power provide. ample venting. appears nice! quiet. NO Area for 3.5" HDDs! a bit heavy, not an concern for me. I bought this point to hold an atom board and run a FreeNAS server. I misunderstood(misread) the types of drives this supported, considering that it had area for two 3.5" inch drives, when really there's only space for two two.five" drives. oh well, i'm not running it with a CD drive anyway, so I just zip tied the 3.five" drive down to the drive holder and threw it in (there would be no space for this if you put a CD drive in also). This wasn't the fault of Newegg or the manufacturer so 5 eggs nonetheless, it's a good case.
Marshall
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Review Date: 10/09/12
Comment:
-Little form factor-Faux brushed aluminum look-Decent power provide-Great cooling-Pretty blue lights -Lights are a tiny vibrant-Case fan is variable speed but "dumb" Excellent small box for an HTPC. Slap an atom/itx board in there and you're very good to go. Nicely built (like most antec gear) although you do spend a bit. Integrated PS is a huge plus. You don't require a 300w PS for at point sized rigs like this. 150 is a lot for the board/chip, a couple of two.5" drives and a slim blu-ray reader.
Guido
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Review Date: 06/20/12
Comment:
-- Excellent layout and organization for Mini-ITX form factor SFF Computer.-- Use of slim optical drive lowers space considerations-- Optional 80mm fan adds cooling capacity (in addition to the installed 80mm Antec Tri-Cool)-- 150W PSU is fantastic for 2 tough drives, optical drive and (max) 65W TDP CPU-- Front eSata, USB and HD audio.-- Internal cables for PSU, and front panel connections are brief so excessive slack is not an problem. -- Optional fan spacer clips block installation of motherboard. (I removed this anyway to install a fan)-- Power cable from mains to PSU blocks impedes lengthy expansion card installation-- Optical drive sits a little high on the tray -- the drive bezel scrapes the best of the opening in the case. (Washers screws solved this difficulty.)-- Installation of 2.5" HDD requires insulating cardboard (provided) under the drive to protect against brief circuiting the drive. (Don't loose those red squares!) This seems like a poorly engineered work-around.-- Removable wrap-about best cover of the situation seems flimsy and can quickly get bent out of shape. (Can the next rev of this product make just the top removable?)-- Antec Tri-Cool makes use of Molex power which is a space hog -- can they make this with a normal fan three-pin?-- No markings on the optical drive door to indicate where the pop-out clip is (pushing in the wrong spot might break the door)-- Front LED makes use of molex power. (Why?) I built a Pc making use of this case as a workstation (to complement my HTPC) and it performs effectively right after some critical cable management (military style -- lots of zip ties!). I was in a position to acquire unimpeded airflow by way of the case with this cable management strategy. Devoid of cable management, the wires could quickly get caught in the CPU fan (as with any Mini-ITX situation).Despite my list of cons (which I tend to do -- I'm an engineer), I recommended this case to everyone who wishes to develop a mini-ITX program -- these cons are very easily mitigated. This situation is wonderful if you're seeking for compact efficiency or moderate portability with the expected Antec high quality.
Saniya
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Review Date: 03/21/12
Comment:
From the pictures it looks all good and shiny and good. It does have decent space inside for two 2.five" tough drives and it also was pretty easy to place together with the motherboard. The front panel came with defects in the good shiny front. They wouldn't come off -- they were scratched into the thin shiny veneer. The "protective" paper wasn't appropriately fastened and slid off sometime from packaging to my property (or it was never ever on suitable to begin with). It could appear shiny but it gets scratched very easily if it isn't already rune when you get it. You'd be better off getting a unique case. I wish it was a small bit shorter too - its a rather lengthy case.
Serena
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Review Date: 01/27/12
Comment:
size, looks wish the power supply was a tiny additional W to accommodate an even stronger program showed up in ideal condition nicely packed simple to assemble and function with. wanted a extremely little platform with some punching power, serves the purpose just ideal.Incredibly satisfied so far an totally suggest, immediately after lots of research I am glad I went with this
Jagger
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Review Date: 08/29/11
Comment:
This low profile case, with built in power supply and room for a half-height slot was precisely what I was searching for. Some men and women might have a issue with the length of the case, but it is excellent for me.I went with a Slot Load slim five.25" drive so there are no moving parts of the drive that could interfere with the front panel bay cover.There are plenty of connections on the energy supply Ɣx SATA, 1x mini SATA, 2x molex, 2etc). This may possibly be a con for you if you don't plan on making use of most of them though.Airflow appears good (provided you manage your cables) and there is room for a 2nd 80mm fan if needed. The included fan has a 3-speed manage accessible from the rear of the case. Front panel did not have a protective film and looked slightly roughed up. It isn't truly noticeable from the distance I will be from it though. A challenging, slick, front panel cover would have be superior and appear nicer.You can only attach the slim five.25" drive to the case with 1 screw and from 1 side (left side of the drive). So, the drive can really feel a little flimsy when pressing your drive button (due to the torque you are applying). If it were doable to fasten both sides of the drive to the case, this wouldn't be a issue, but the case doesn't give one more hole and the drive compartment is almost certainly too wide to make it work anyways. You probably won't require all the connections of the built in energy supply so you'll require to manage any added cables nicely to maximize airflow. Optionally, you could get rid of the internal PSU and fit it for an external power supply rather for plenty of room.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Antec
Model ISK 310-150
Spec
Type Mini-ITX Desktop
Color Black / Silver
Case Material 0.8mm cold rolled steel
With Power Supply Yes
Power Supply 150W
Motherboard Compatibility Mini-ITX
With Side Panel Window No
Expansion
Internal 2.5" Drive Bays 2
Expansion Slots 1
Front Ports
Front Ports USB / Audio / e-SATA
Cooling System
80mm Fans 1 x 80mm TriCool 3-speed exhaust side fan
Physical Spec
Dimensions(L x W x H) 12.90" x 8.70" x 3.80"
Weight 5.5 lbs.
Features
Features External 1 x 5.25" slim optical bay
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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