The gt220 i got was pure Evil when it came to noiceIf it can power a low profile gt220
Every case is said to be "fugly". Since I've been here I don't think there has been one case SFF case that everyone agreed was good looking... or even mostly agreed.Really? I have no interest, me personally, in the 300 since I think it looks pretty ugly. I'm all over the 310 though since I think it has a nice, classic, clean style.
Is that really much of a problem? Just hide the little receiver under the TV or something. Other then that, the ISK uses laptop drives so you can pick a tray loader or a slot loader. I'd go slot since it looks cleaner.yeah it looks like the ISK doesnt have a built in IR receiver
well it looks like the cover on the DVD slot pops off anyway, so I don't see the point of the 310 over the 300Tray loader. lol I have no idea how that happened! Swore I wrote tray the first time....
Yes, the 300-150 does have vents on both sides. The PSU fan is actually pretty quiet at idle temps. Not sure if it ramps up under load.Does the case have vents on both sides? I think ISK 300-65 does not
can you tell what size of fan the PSU uses?Yes, the 300-150 does have vents on both sides. The PSU fan is actually pretty quiet at idle temps. Not sure if it ramps up under load.
I damaged the faceplate locking mechanism while building this. If anyone has an idea how to fix it, please let me know. Can't think of a good mod for it.
why? a typical H55 system isn't going to exceed 100 wattsthey went for a psu...they should have gone at least 250w I think. Maybe it has decent amp rating on the 12v rails, can you post that info?
There are people installing low profile cards in there and video cards need amperage on 12v rails, many cheap PSUs have 500w, and most of the juice on 5v and 3v rails. In the long run either the PSU or the GPU dies.why? a typical H55 system isn't going to exceed 100 watts
I took mine apart. There is a screw that is covered by a "if removed, your warrenty is voided" sticker. . Once you get this out of the way you slide it around a bit and can get inside of the PSU. I can post pictures if needed/wanted. I am most likely going to replace the fan inside of the PSU.It is a 80mm, but I can't tell the thickness. My feeble attempt to remove and replace the PSU fan failed. There isn't an obvious way to take the PSU chassis apart. Then again I didn't try very hard.