Antec are a company that are well known to many of us in the PC World. For years they have been producing chassis and cooling solutions to name a few areas that they have plied their trade. Recently we have seen a major reboot within the Antec franchise, and they have release a wave of new chassis on to the market which are supported by a brand new line of all in one cooling solutions, which you will be glad to hear we will be looking at in the near future.
Today we have an offering from the Antec’s award winning ISK series, the Mini-ITX ISK 600. Typically following the same compact design that we have come to see from companies such as Fractal Design with the Node 304, how will such a small case be able to cope with our overclocked i7? Well let’s find out, but first a few words from Antec on the ISK 600.
What Antec have to say about the ISK 600 chassis;
The ISK600 is the newest addition to Antec’s award-winning ISK line of Mini-ITX cases. It is a versatile enclosure that matches any CEO’s desk, designer’s office, or family living room. It is designed exclusively for Mini-ITX motherboards and barely takes up desk. In addition to 0.8mm SECC steel, the ISK600 features elegantly designed brushed aluminum top and side panels. It will last for builds to come with space for a 12.5” graphics card, 2 expansion slots, and three drive bays. Discover the power of the ISK600.