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Antec - ISK 110 VESA Mini ITX Desktop Case w/90W Power Supply

( 4.5 Average / 12 Ratings )




Part #



Mini ITX Desktop



Includes Power Supply

90 Watts

Internal 2.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Mini ITX, Thin Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports



220mm x 78mm x 213mm

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Umart $105.00 In stock $105.00+
IJK $109.00 Out of stock $109.00+

Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


PDXDewd 48 points 26 months ago
from completed build VESA mountable Mini ITX build

Great box for the size restrictions and mounting I was looking for. The power supply was much too small for what I was doing...ended up spending more for the replacement picoPSU kit than I did for the case. The 2.5" drive mounts under the motherboard are genius. For small form factor systems that use standard CPUs and 2.5 drives AND VESA mounts, there are few options. This is a great way to go. If you are on passive cooled SoC boards and mSATA drives, you've got more options. Kocking off a star for small-ish PSU and some fragile vents on the back. Would definitely purchase again if the board/CPU could run on the included PSU.

skylerspaeth 23 points 18 months ago
from completed build Tiny $200 Machine for School

Great overall case and airflow, but a bit overpriced. Love the VESA mount capabilities.

alex190304 44 points 14 months ago
from completed build Hallmark Belper PC

Great little case, just wish the PSU was bigger

Franko74SR 16 points 10 months ago
from completed build The kabini box

I can not say enough great things about this case, it looks good, its cheap, it was also very easy to build in.

fn230 32 points 7 months ago
from completed build fn.capricia(): version = 4.0;

This is the definition of small form factor. Very tight little case. Also a bit cheap and plasticky feeling, but it's fine. Cable management is nonexistent due to its size; just route the cables around the corners and sides of the case, and you'll be okay. As I posted in my build notes, I strongly recommend removing the PSU before inserting the motherboard; it will make your life much easier. Recommended for the space conscious and those seeking a minimal build. Mind the 90W PSU - you won't be using any high draw components here. Oh, and the front audio ports also lack indicators to distinguish the headphone output from the microphone input, which is a definite design flaw.