A30 MINI-ITX CASE

Rated 4.43 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

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Spec

Model : A30
Available Color : White (White+Smokd) | Black (Black+Smokd) | White+Black (White+Black)
Materials : Acrylic, Aluminium Extrusion
Dimensions  : 274*244*124mm
Motherboard : Mini-ITX
Drives : 2.5″ HDD/SSD x 2, 3.5″ x1 (Optional)
Front ports : USB 3.0 , USB 2.0 , HD Audio , MIC
Expansion Slots : 2
Cooling System  : 80mm fan x2 (Optional)
Power Supply Type : Standard Flex ATX

Compatibility

CPU Cooler
Support up to 50mm height

GPU
Support Dual Full Size GPU
Support up to 211mm length

GPU Extension Cable
Suggest length: 300mm

2.5” Drives
Front drive maximum height: 15mm
Side drive maximum height: 9mm

PSU
Support Flex ATX PSU : 81.5 mm (W) x 40.5 mm (H) x 150 mm (D)
Support up to 180mm length

What's in the box

1 x A30 DIY Kit (Exclude PSU Cover)
1 x Front USB 3.0 x1 , USB 2.0 x1 , Audio , Mic Cable
1 x 16mm Power switch (Blue LED)
4 x Foot pad
1 x Screws

Changelog

V1.3.1 1.Power switch cable length change from 60mm to 40mm (include power switch)
V1.3 1.Front I/O ports changed to USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 1
2.GPU card installation position adjustment
V1.2 1.GPU installation changed
V1.1 1.Few screws changed
V1.0 Original

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  1. Kelwinjwli@hotmail.com

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Kelwinjwli@hotmail.com

    Pretty nice case. Instructions were straight forward, pictures were accurate, just like building Ikea furniture. Some of the screws were a bit difficult to actually get in. For example the screws on the top panel almost had to be forced in, they fit but even then they weren’t flush since there were not countersunk.

    I was able to fit Zotac’s 1070ti mini in here, just needed to remove the front 2.5″ mounting plate first. Like others have said, the power connector for the GPU does interfere with one of the motherboard mounting screws if it is located opposite of the PCIe slot and away from the IO panel.

    Otherwise the case is generally not too bad to assemble (first time build), I can tell they use space very efficiently. That said, there are very low tolerances for GPU length.

    Note 1: I had a 3.5″ that I was planning to use but if mounting a GPU you basically cannot also mount a 3.5″ drive. A little disappointing, but expected.

    Note 2: The PCIe rise that I got as an add-on does not mount to the holes in the instructions. But there’s a set of screw holes right below the instructed ones. Just take note of that. They might be a little bit off though, because I had trouble securing the GPU to the back of the case, but maybe that’s normal?

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  2. sillyajay

    Rated 4 out of 5

    sillyajay

    Overall, great aesthetic, but unfortunately manufacturing and small details (like lack of countersunk holes) detracts from the otherwise great design.

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