For an HTPC chassis this is nearly silly, mATX, ATX even EATX sized motherboards will fit inside the chassis really. Installing an ATX motherboard as such is straight forward. The innards really are kept logical and simple, assembly as such is straightforward.
All of the standoffs are pre-fitted for an ATX motherboard. As you can see even high heatpipe coolers will fit as well. The chassis is 440 (W) x175 (H) x435 (D) mm in dimensions.
We like the fact that this chassis comes with the native USB 3.0 connector which you can connect directly to any motherboard supporting it. You do not have USB 3.0? Well use the supplied converter cable and connect the device up to a USB 2.0 header on your motherboard and then you are good to go as well.
PSU wise you will have no problems either. All ATX form factor PSUs will fit, even lengthy ones up-to 18cm will fit in there.
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SilverStone 750 Watt ATX Power Supply Today we will have a look at the Zeus 750 Watt continuous power supply from Silverstone. A really awe-inspiring power supply with four (yes four) +12 Volts rails and which is also an SLI ready power supply. We'll put it to the test buy using our quad SLI setup. The new Zeus is cool, literally, as up to 750W it'll maintain a temperature of 50°C. You get 60 AMPs combined (over 700W) for these four +12V rails alone, making the ST75ZF capable of powering any top of the line system available today and the near future.
SilverStone 600 Watt ATX Power Supply It carries the label "Strider" and this model comes with a fantastic 600 Watts rating. It's supposed to be a a high-end PSU which is ready for SLI and Crossfire as it has quad 12 volts rails and active PFC, silent fan. We'll explain all that to you over the next pages though.