Well, there is a 3.5" drive bay beneath the expansion slot. Look at this picture. If you remove it and use a 2.5" HDD, maybe you can attach a 2-slot card (with a 1-slot bracket).
This case caught my eye when it was first released. I figured it would be my de facto nettop case until I read all the Newegg reviews. I am still thinking of giving it a try however.
Antec ISK 100
2 x 2.5" internal drive bays
No expansion slots
Side 100 mm two speed fan with switch controls
- 4 x USB 2.0
- HDA/AC'97-compatible audio in/out
Motherboard compatibility: Mini-ITX only
Includes 90 watt internal adapter
- Energy Star Level 5 qualified
- 80 watt DC-to-ATX PCB mounted directly inside case - up to 92% efficient
- Universal Input - works on any 100V - 240V electrical grid
- 248 mm (H) x 108 mm (W) x 212 mm (D)
- 9.8" (H) x 4.3" (W) x 8.3" (D)
Good to know, the only problem left is the 60w supply. I envision, one slot being used for Hauppauge Colossus and using flex adapter with a HD5670 for a bit more than casual gaming @720p.
Current draw would likely be north of 100w, so I could still use provided brick but need to put a DC to DC supply inside the case, if that's possible?
These types of cases are rare right now, but the black version looks like it would natural next to a D*TV H24.
I'm thinking about putting together a Zacate system with an Antec ISK 300-65. This system would have no optical drive, but I want to put a normal 3.5" desktop HD into the thing.
Does anyone know if its possible to fit a standard desktop hard drive into this thing's optical bay with adapter rails? This case looks just about perfect, aside from not supporting desktop HDs.
Originally Posted by genro
Thanks for the info!
Too bad about the Habey, as I think it's one of the better looking ITX cases for a reasonable price. I'm wary of doing a zacate HTPC because I prefer running ffdshow (via CPU not dxva) to be able to get subtitles and such working easily, so i was hoping an i3/sandybridge would be feasible for this case.
Originally Posted by andersa
Agreed, had it just been another 3/4" - 1" or so taller it would have been perfect!
I did another build this weekend with this case. It's definitely my go-to case for a low-budget build. This is by far the easiest case to work with. It took maybe 20min to put it all together.
I love this case.