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Apex Computer Technology MI-008 Low Profile (Slimline) 250W Black computer case - Computer Cases (Low Profile (Slimline), PC, Black, 250 W, 220 mm, 129 mm)
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|Prezzo||Da EUR 265,42||EUR 104,63||EUR 115,00||EUR 84,99||EUR 33,80||EUR 88,05|
|Spedizione||—||Spedizione GRATUITA||Spedizione GRATUITA||Spedizione GRATUITA||Spedizione GRATUITA||Spedizione GRATUITA|
|Venduto da||Disponibile presso questi venditori||Amazon.it||GROOVE TO S.R.L.||GL ONLINE S.R.L.||Amazon.it||Webcom s.r.l.|
|Dimensioni articolo||30 x 22 x 12,9 Centimetri||10,67 x 7,37 x 11,94 Centimetri||4 x 24,4 x 30,5 Centimetri||10 x 6,98 x 0,68 Centimetri||6,6 x 6,6 x 0,25 Centimetri||1,12 x 17,78 x 12,7 Centimetri|
|Peso articolo||4,08 kg||272 grammi||400 grammi||40 grammi||0 grammi||40 grammi|
|Taglia||—||No||—||250 GB||N900||8 GB Dual Rank|
|Stile||—||—||GA-H270N-WIFI||2.5"||Dual Band||2133 MT/s|
- Sturdy construction;
- Thermally optimized;
- Excellent EMI shielding;
- 8.5 liters;
- Front panel glossy finish.
Audio input: Y
Audio output: Y
Colour of product: Black
Depth: 129 mm
Expansion slots: 1
External drive bays: 1 x 3.5'', 1 x 5.25''
Form factor: Low Profile (Slimline)
Height: 300 mm
Internal drive bays: 1 x 3.5''
On/off switch: Y
Power requirements: 12V
Power supply: 250 W
USB 2.0 ports quantity: 2
Width: 220 mm
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Biggest thing I wish I would have known is to not buy ram with heatspreaders. I had to rip them off, carefully, and just use the sticks of ram...else it blocked the cables to the hd bay.
Also, as others have mentioned, I am concerned about heat. I tried putting an old 80mm fan on the side but it made the thing too damn noisy, which, by itself is super silent!
There is room under the hd bay for a fan but you have to drill holes in order to get a real intake.
1 x 500gb sata hd 5400rpm
1 x 120 gb ssd (samsung)
just purchased an sata lite on dvd burner.
Installed win 7 via usb key and everything is working fine. Any suggestions on heat would be appreciated.
bad: poor instruction manual (a few loose pages only), hard to read, and lack of relevance. Difficult to maneuver within a very tight space. Design for space efficiency could be much better. Included PSU is bulky.
CAUTION: please do not make similar disastrous mistake I did with this case+PSU combo. I mistakenly plugged the 4-pin (yellow plastic, with black, yellow, orange and red; part of the 20+4 pin connector bundle for main power socket) into the 4-pin socket for CPU!!! It snugs perfectly and that fools me. I would think there is always some error proof mechanism for plug-socket pairing but this is NOT the case. I corrupted the new BIOS (later auto-detected and repaired by GIGABYTE's Dual UEFI/BIOS utility!) , and then I corrupted the 2nd BIOS during trouble-shooting with my spare PC (not salvageable).
A better written, better illustrated users' manual will certainly prevent such error.
P.S.: I did a 'google' for such BIOS damage and I found I am not alone. See link: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070516205010AAf1UBC
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1. Power supply pumps hot air right on the CPU. I'll probably mod the case later and flip the power supply upside down like another reviewer said.
2. The power supply actually touches the stock CPU heatsink. So obviously, if you swap it out for an aftermarket cooler, it can't be any bigger than the stock.
3. No USB 3.0 on front IO.
All three aren't deal breakers, but the power supply blowing hot air on the CPU almost was. I'm sure if I flip the thing and cut a hole it'll be great.
Tl;dr Great for the price, no USB 3.0, power supply blows hot air on the CPU. Minor heat management issues. No problems at stock.
Also, the CD door is very flimsy and the cover for the USB ports in the front only latches when pressed in just the right amount. Too hard or too soft and it just pops back open. It took me 10 tries until I learned.
Installing the motherboard itself is as simple as can be, especially if you remove the power supply first. I found more than enough room for an optical drive, and there was plenty of room left over for hard drives. The slot under the optical bay allows for a full 3.5 inch drive, and there are rails included to mount one alternately (or additionally) on the side. That could leave the front bay free for anything that needs to be accessible externally such as a memory card slot unit.
The case includes connectors for front mounted USB ports, and microphone and headphone jacks. There is no case fan (aside fromt he one in the power supply) so you may wish to spend an extra $10 and add one yourself.
There is no dampening for a hard drive, nor is there room to add anything for it in the primary slot. You'd have enough room on the side, but you'd have to come up with your own way of mounting the disk. If hard drive noise is an issue, keep that in mind.
This is a basic case with a modest looking but functional face plate. The basic power supply should be adequate if you need it. I tried returning it to the case and found I could install it with room to spare.
The overly large bright red HDD LED is not to my taste, and could be distracting in a home theater environment.I have plenty of blinking lights on routers, switches, and other components, but the one on this case is the only one I'd mention as an unexpected distraction.