Antec ISK-600M micro-ATX Cube Case

Antec ISK-600M micro-ATX Cube Case with USB3 & Front Audio

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Product Overview Enclosure for Micro ATX Builders
The ISK600M is a compact and robust Micro-ATX case. The frame measures 29cm in height, 27.5cm in width, and 34cm in depth. The chassis is made of 0.8mm cold-rolled steel and features an elegant brushed aluminum front panel. A total of four fan mounts (Front: 2 x 120mm/1 x 140mm: Rear: 1 x 120mm, 1 x 80mm) ensure sufficient cooling. The ISK600M could serve as a conventional PC, gaming rig, or home theater device and media center, but is also well-suited for professional users and system providers looking for a small-format solution. Features Construction
In addition to 0.8mm SECC steel, the ISK600M features brushed aluminum top and side panels that will last for builds to come. Finally, this enclosure is certified with a three year warranty for complete peace of mind.

Expandibility
Its clever design leaves plenty of room for the three HDDs and up to two SSDs for future proof expandability. The enclosure has space for graphics cards up to 12.5” length (a total of 4 expansion slots), CPU coolers with a maximum height of 17.4cm, and six drive bays (3 x 3.5” bays, 3 + 1 x 2.5” bays and one bay for a slim optical drive).

Advanced Cooling
Outstanding liquid cooling support, capable of installing a 240mm radiator or a 120mm radiator with a push-pull configuration on the rear.
Specifications
Case Edition ISK-600M
Case Form Factor MicroATX
Motherboard Form Factor MicroATX
Material  
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x Headphone
  • 1 x Mic In
  • 1 x USB 2.0
  • 1 x USB 3.0
Drive Bays
  • 4 x 2.5" Internal
  • 3 x 3.5" Internal
  • 1 x Slim Optical
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays
  • 1 x 120mm
  • 1 x 140mm
Fans Included
  • 1 x 120mm
  • 1 x 140mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor  
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  
Colour Black
Dimensions 272 x 290 x 340 (WxHxD mm)
Weight 4.6 kg (Approx)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
14 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Antec
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Reviews
Antec ISK-600M micro-ATX Cube Case with USB3 & Front Audio is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Micro ATX Case Bought this to house an i5-3750k based system, it's a great case with quite a bit of room inside (I managed to get my GTX 1070 into it). Plenty of room in the lower chamber to hide the cabling, only cabling gripe is the lack of another passthrough hole towards the front left of the chassis and sata cables as there is only the hole next to the ATX socket on the mobo. Enough space for a good mix of 3.5 and 2.5 inch drives as well as a slim ODD but I had to sacrifice that fitting for the oversized EVGA graphics card. Included fans are ok but I didn't use as I had a couple of 120mm akasa's lying round. Would have liked dual USB 3.0 on the front panel, no need for one 3.0 and one 2.0 but that's a small complaint. Overall exactly what I needed and in case anyone has the same idea as me it fits perfectly into a certain Swedish furniture makers cube based shelving unit!
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent Micro-ATX case with a compact footprint but some annoying downsides I got this case because I got sick of my old mini-tower mATX case so I decided to downsize. The case was easy to set up, came with pre-installed stand-offs (some of which I took off because I have a weird sized mATX motherboard which didn't need two of those stand-offs) and two decent quiet fans. The case is quite open, and split it into two sections - the bottom part with hard drives, the PSU and all your wires, and the top section with the motherboard and the interesting bits. The front of the case comes with a big intake fan which draws air in through vents around the side of the front-face of the case, but if I'm not mistaken you can put a slim radiator at the front if you want too. You can definitely put a 120mm radiator at the back. I'll summarise this review with a list of positives and negatives: POSITIVES - Small footprint but quite roomy on the inside, fits a Hyper 212 EVO cooler and a long R9 290 graphics card - If your motherboard has two full PCI express slots in the right position (ie. one at the top, another two slots below that) you could feasibly fit two full graphics cards in this case - Air vent right next to where the GPU cooler intake would be - Looks clean, professional, molex-powered bottom blue light at the front of the case is a nice touch - Fairly easy setup, IO shield was surprisingly easy to insert unlike some cases which require a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering just to get the IO shield in without damaging either your case, your motherboard or your self-esteem NEUTRALS: - To open the case, you take the one-piece top cover off by unscrewing the thumb screws at the back and sliding it backward. It's a one-piece thing and is a bit fiddly to remove - Only takes a slimline CD reader. - The draw thing for SSDs and the CD reader is bulky and gets in the way of the GPU so I haven't put mine in. I put my SSD in the bottom compartment of the case, it's not designed to go there but works fine anyway - Front cover removal is a bit fiddly and feels like you're about to break the case NEGATIVES: - HDD mounting points don't have rubber vibration dampers so HDD activity sounds louder than it needs to. Not a huge issue but most cases have this now and it adds like 2 pence to the cost of the case so no excuse not to do this - Absolutely no excuse whatsoever to not have two USB 3.0 ports on the front. My old £28 Fractal Design case could do this, come on! It comes with one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 slot, which is utterly pointless because the internal USB 3.0 cable is designed to support two USB ports. What were Antec thinking? - The rear PCI express card slots are a pain to remove. To unscrew a GPU or something you need to unscrew a weird bracket over the remainder of the screws first. Not too big an issue because PCI-e cards aren't exactly plug and play so it's not like this is an every day issue, and you can just leave out the bracket if you don't mind a gap in your case, but it's the little things like this which bring cases down. - Front audio headphone jack is broken. Doesn't support stereo sound, it just treats my left ear to all the goodness and leaves my right ear feeling lonely. Not sure if this is a "feature" of the case, or just a broken unit. Luckily for SCAN I don't care about this enough to bother returning it, as I have a headphone port on my desk speakers, but watch out for this!
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little case I bought this case to make up a home theatre PC for my grand children and it is just the job. It looks good and fits easily on a shelf unit. Very well thought out format with very good access to the motherboard and other components. I would recommend this case as an alternative to the more conventional case. It is excellent quality.
Date published: 2016-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great case, but TWO big flaws I bought this case because of the price and the amount of space it would allow my componentents to be housed in. Everything about this case is good expect for TWO things: The front I/O ports are POORLY designed. When you plug headphone or microphone, the plug is not held securely and would pop out EASILY without any real force. Even if you push the plug inside, the sound produce is NOT CLEAR and is very muffled. I did a comparison check when plugging directly into my motherboards headphone jack and was super clear, but the sound produce from the case's headphone port was muffled and at times only sounds was produced form one ear. This case is not for you if you require sounds ports on the front of the case for gaming or listening to audio. There also the poor documentation of the screws which needs to be used when installing your components in the case. The documentation shows the wrong screws to be used. Also there is a molex socket from the case, which the documentation never explains what it is for, so I was left baffled what it does. So anoyed as I have to pay to return this product. I think Antec has certainly dumbed down there quility standards. I then bought form SCAN a Corsair Graphite 380T, which is about the same size, but the quality is much better. I DO NOT recommend buying the Antec ISK-600M
Date published: 2015-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product with good use of space Overall i am really happy with this product, although i've completely cut mine apart for reasons i will talk about later, To start the use of space in the Antex ISK-600 is possibly one of the best i have come across and i have had a number of micro case's! But it does have it's downfalls, one of the those is the way the cooling is laid out, although great that you can add a dual hydro cooler in it, the cooling fails right there due to not having a decent push pull, but then it does tackle this with a good amount of vents but this does affect sound, so if your after a quiet pc this may not be for you as it does make a fair bit of noise due to the vents! Moving onto the actual cooling of the product it does work well although i am not conviced the way the front fan is fitted helps it very much due to having to pull air into it via the sides of the front of the case. The other thing i must note is the way the case cover connects, it is very old style instead of being separate panels, not a major blow but makes you feel old, i have to say though it is very thin metal which makes it flimsy. The front brushed effect is a nice touch and isnt just some shoddy plastic which makes you feel better when you buy this product, overall a clean well designed case id recommend!
Date published: 2015-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well designed and Engineered case I bought this as the case for my VMware homelab host. it needed to be smallish, quiet and cope with multiple PCIe card. This case covers the lot. Well built, thoughtfully designed and very quiet in operation (abut 2db above ambient). There are only 2 negative points I can think of but both, to me are minor. 1. The front intake fan is stupid. There's no space around it so airflow is compromised. Turning it off lowered the noise and didn't change the temperature readings one bit. 2. The feet are shallow and the PSU faces down so, if you put the case on carpet the intake for the PSU is blocked more than I'd like. Overall though i will be buying another when I reach capacity on the current host!
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Alternative PC build Boart in bulk not all light on front panel worked. Not a bad product looks ok. Would recommend product type and shape.
Date published: 2015-01-19
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Antec ISK-600M micro-ATX Cube Case
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