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|Review: Antec ISK110 VESA ITX Case|
|Posted by Ed Smith|
|Wednesday, 25 July 2012 04:37|
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Features and Specifications
These come to us directly from Antec's product page for the ISK110 VESA.
Going small shouldn't mean sacrificing form or function. The ISK110 VESA is crafted for small, efficient builds without compromises. Just 78 mm wide and mounted on a stable clip-on base or included VESA mount, it fits two 2.5" drive bays - perfect for internal SSDs. Perforated mesh construction and space for a low-profile CPU cooler provide an ample amount of quiet cooling capability. An incredibly small yet powerful 90 watt adapter completes the package, providing power with up to 92% efficiency. Ideal for corporate builds, kiosks and digital signage, the ISK110 VESA is a minuscule case solution with massive features.
A 90 watt power adaptor is enough to run a full on Ivy Bridge desktop chip in this thing. There is the question of the power bits inside the case though, I'm curious how it's laid out. The features list is fairly impressive for the tiny size. Specs time!
Like I said, it's tiny! Antec has a refreshing tendency towards brief features/specs pages. I prefer the short simple flavor to the multi page mess that some companies seem to prefer.
Now it's picture time, this is where things get interesting.