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CiT MTX-005B Mini ITX Case with 300W Power Supply Unit - Black

by CiT
10 customer reviews
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  • 300W Micro ATX Standard PSU Fitted
  • Excellent EMI protection design
  • Refined design, with folded metal edges for safe assembly
  • Sturdy structure
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CiT MTX-005B Mini ITX Case with 300W Power Supply Unit - Black + MSI AM1I AMD Mini ITX Motherboard (LAN, VGA, HDMI, DVI) + AMD APU Athlon 5350 Quad Core Processor (Socket AM1, 2.05GHz, 2MB, 25W, AMD Radeon 3, AD5350JAHMBOX, Advanced Vector Extensions, Virtualization Technology)
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Technical Details
BrandCiT
Item Weight3.1 Kg
Product Dimensions36.4 x 33.4 x 12.4 cm
Item model numberMTX-005B
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB008GBUHKI
Best Sellers Rank 34,641 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.1 Kg
Date First Available30 Jun. 2012
  
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CiT Introduces another Mini ITX range to compliment its series, equipped with a 300w power supply. Its refined design and sturdy structure make the case appealing

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By myss_tree on 30 Sept. 2012
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Quite solid well built case and an easy build with plenty of access.
I find the power supply to be way to noisy, its very obtrusive and not a mild fan hum, its loud.
If you have modding capabilities you can cut a slot for an expansion card as there is room.
There is a 3.5" external bay as well as a slim dvd bay. The 3.5" external bay can be used for a bay device and a £.5" HDD can be mounted above it.
There is room to mount 2.5" drives such as SSD's if you have the necessary skills and like to mod cases.
The internal fan is a bit pointless as it does not draw cool air in (no air intake)
In summary this could be a great little case and if you have the skills to mod it then it can be the HTPC case you have always wanted.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Earle on 23 April 2014
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I bought this case to house a new HTPC build and chose mainly based on price: I didn't want to spend much more than £40 for an ITX case and this one seemed to be the best looking in it's class.

To say the case is so small, it its fairly easy to work with. It is based around a metal frame which all unscrews so you can get in and work around so no issues with that. One thing that I do find fiddly is the slimline optical drive frame, the only thing to stop the drive falling inside the case when closing the drive is a tiny screw in a fiddly place, it needs a jewelers screwdriver to screw it in.

The case has no slot for a PCI(E) slot but could probably be modified to do so. Obviously, being a small case, airflow could be an issue depending on your build but I only have the PSU fan and CPU cooler and the system runs about 45 - 50 degrees, which for a HTPC, I am happy with

The front panel looks nice, the power button lights up bright blue which is a bit too bright however the power cable one mine somehow came detatched from the front panel and that has actually made it look a lot better. The HDD light is a dim red when on but a brighter red when accessing as expected which means despite the failure of the power LED, I can still tell when the system is on.

The stock power supply is horrificly loud so I replaced with a BeQuiet model which has reduced the noise significantly. The 60mm case fan is even louder and as it is behind the plastic fascia, I had no idea what it's purpose was and removed completely so now the case is silent (after a CPU cooler upgrade of course) and there has been no increase in temps as a result which proved my theory that the fan was pointless.

Overall, for the price, it was a decent case for my budget HTPC system, there are a few quirks and the PSU needs changing but I am happy with the purchase
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Peter on 26 Dec. 2014
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This mysterious "CiT" brand makes a whole load of cheap cases, but apparently does not have a useful Internet presence or anywhere one can find the manual or better pictures before ordering to see if stuff will fit and how well-designed it is. I was attracted to this product due to the cheap case and PSU combination, as no doubt you are.

The build is about what you'd expect for the price. The case innards are the usual folded cheap steel with the odd sharp edge to catch the unwary system builder, the lid is again folded metal, texture-coated in black. The front is black plastic, part matt-textured and part shiny which makes it look a bit naff. To note is that the HDD LED is just a hole into which they've crammed a LED and then hot-melted it at back, which looks particularly ugly. The power LED feeds into a light pipe which illuminates a ring around the power switch and is much more attractive.

The PSU supplied with my unit is a bog standard ATX unit, so you can replace it if you don't like it. Other reviewers comment that the fan noise is unacceptable, so it's possible that the manufacturer uses a variety of PSUs, some louder than others. I find mine is quiet enough -- quieter than my existing PC full of disks -- albeit with a hint of a rattle that suggests fan replacement in a year or so.

Again, as others have noticed, there's a noisy small fan in the front of the case that serves little purpose due to there being no air inlet. I'm certainly feeling *some* cool air coming off it, but not really enough to justify the noise and it's not as if my CPU doesn't already have a much more useful fan on it. You may as well unclip the front of the case, unscrew the fan, and throw it in the bin.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By turboignite on 9 Sept. 2012
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Reasonable Case for the price, I find the gigabyte mini itx board with the intel i3 cpu to be pretty loud on stock so an after market cooler for the cpu should be a priority for noise conscious applications. It's not the easiest case to set up considering the dimensions but the fan on the front and the psu are both quiet and do their job of providing enough power and coolness. The way I have set it up currently using the intel stock cooler is around 49 Degrees Celsius idle and hasn't gone above 60 on normal use, this is at 21 room temperature. Room wise you'll easily fit a slim line DVD drive in (with the removable screw-in placing brackets and the 2 stock PSU SATA Connections) and also a 2.5" SATA HDD or a 3.5" with a bit of cable maneuvering. One note is the x16 PCI slot on my motherboard is pointless in here as there isn't any gaps, but happy with intel's HD 3000 Graphics.
Definitely would choose this again were I to create a powerful Atom build also on the cheap.

1 Star deducted for no instruction manual and no indication of what screw is what.
4 Stars for good delivery and quality of everything that makes up this case.
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