[section_title title=Specifications] Specifications


  • Mini ITX, Micro ATX motherboard compatibility
  • 2 drive bays of 5,25″ , two 3.5″ HDD positions or 3 bays 2.5″  or one 2.5″ and one 3.5″drive positions
  • 4 expansion slots
  • Supports Graphics cards up to 350mm in length may be installed. One or more 3.5″ hard drives may interfere with side-mounted power connectors on graphics cards longer than 170 mm
  • Support cooling system: 3 Fan positions (1 fan included)
  • Filtered fan slots in front
  • CPU coolers up to 148 mm in height
  • ATX PSUs, up to 185mm if a typical-length optical drive is mounted
  • Available in Black
  • Case dimensions (WxHxD):175 x 358 x 410 mm
  • Net weight: 3.8 kg
  • Package dimensions (WxHxD): 235 x 485 x 420 mm
  • Package weight: 4.6 kg


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  1. Please explain the problem with top-mounted PSUs in your review. And please mention some examples of the better cases for less money. Something similar in size would be the Aerocool QS-180 (or 182), but it doesn’t make a great impression and there are hardly any infos on it.

    • Top mounted PSUs are totally fine for most workloads. A disadvantage is that they are generally getting all the hot air from the case going through them, so if you have a high-power CPU / GPU etc pumping out a lot of heat, that’s going to get sucked through the PSU and prevent it cooling properly. But honestly the “problems” with top mounted PSUs are exaggerated and probably irrelevant for 95% of PC builds. I’ve run top mounted PSU for years on end with no issues.

  2. Similar cases for similar money would include the Cooler Master n200, Cooler Master Silencio 352, Silverstone PS08/PS09, Corsair Carbide 88R and Nanoxia Deep Silence 4.

    After considering all my options at this low budget I went for the Core 1100 as reviewed here. But given that this reviewer seems so prejudiced against top-mounted PSUs he would probably be happier with something like the n200.

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