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Mini ITX Desktop
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
- 255 mm / 10.039" With Drive Cages
- 285 mm / 11.22" Without Drive Cages
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 33 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build i5 mini Skylake PC
I think this case is great, it fits standard size parts yet the case is small and easy to build in and has a clean look. This was my first ever PC build and I had no issues whatsoever with the case. I like the way the sides and top are accessible individually plus the vents have dust filters.
- 27 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Light gaming ITX build
Small, windowed, cheap (in it's category), good ventilation. This was my 5th build, first with a window, but I felt like it's time now. It was the smallest windowed case on the market, therefore perfect for me. All the other (windowed) cases were bigger or way more expensive. Or had some shortcomings, like the Raijintek Metis: 1fan GPU, no airflow. The quality of the case is good(ish), but I don't like the plexi side panel. Now I would only buy a case with tempered glass window, maybe next time. The drive bays are pretty bad, but the overall layout of the case makes up for it.
- 24 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Silent mITX Gaming/Workstation
The Thermaltake Suppressor F1 case is very subdued and fits in well in any setting. It also comes with a MASSIVE 200mm intake fan, allowing very slow speeds and terrific cooling. The side panels have magnetic dust filters and there's a window on top to show off my lousy cable management. The only downside to this case is that the exhaust fans are limited to 2 80mm fans. I would have preferred a single 120mm for better noise and airflow but all things considered, this case is awesome if you don't need an optical drive.
- 23 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Small RGB Turbine
I wanted a small case, but without sacrificing performance. The thermaltake was the perfect choice. It can fit a large CPU air cooler (I don't like AiO, and I didn't have the courage for an other custom loop) and a full size GPU. There is a fresh air input just next to the GPU. The 2 extractor fan just behind the CPU rad do a very good job. And it can fit a 200mm input fan for an amazing airflow without noise. The only flaw of this case is the plastic window, but for the price, I can't really complain. I picked the suppressor over the core because it look sober.
- 16 points
- 39 months ago
from completed build The Oven
Essentially a Tt Core v1 with a flat front panel, so it looks better but runs hotter. Generous space in a small package with a logical layout and easy cable management. Drive bay bracket mount is super ghetto , but it works. GPU sucks fresh air from the side panel. But the 200mm fan in the front doesn't seem to provide sufficient airflow into the case with my aio radiator blocking the airflow.
- 14 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build CHAOZ --- now knowns as "The Kids' Computer"
I love this case. I can say this was my first build in that I did everything myself (helped build a few before) and I had 0 problem putting everything together and personally I'm pretty happy with how the wires/cables are tucked in, mostly away from sight.
- 9 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build VR Box
I spent a long time looking at cases. I knew I wanted mini-ITX, because I wanted a portable machine with a small footprint.
- qutie a lot smaller than fractal design or corsair, and I'm not going to be water cooling.
- significantly lower weight than most others
- solid front vs core v1
- cheaper than white core v1
- 9 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Amethyst (Mini ITX Desktop)
Fantastic little box. Clean and subtle looks. With the sides and top off it's very easy to work with. Had fun using it for my build.
- 7 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build The Press Corpse (roast my first build lmao)
My old Core v1 looked like a kid's computer - let's be real. However, I was uncomfortable with making compromises regarding the limitations inherent in the cases I wanted - such as limiting myself to an SFX PSU, discrete GPU, and cooler Therefore I took the conservative route and got a more mature, understated yet quality upgrade from the Core v1.
Those drive bays are legendarily bad tho, and this design would benefit from a vertical exhaust rather than its easily scratch-able, perceptibly cheap plastic window. However - keeping the "wind tunnel" does result in lower temps than placing an additional side panel on top, so I'd prefer a fan mount to aid the rear exhaust.
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