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X-Case X445-C4 LCD. 4u with 4 Hotswap bay

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The 445-C4 comes in at 450 mm deep, it has 4 Hotswap SATA bays , takes Atx motherboards and standard Atx Psu's.

  • 4u 450mm deep
  • 4 Hotswap Bays for 2.5" or 3.5" drives
  • 1 x 5.25 Bay
  • Accepts  Atx , Matx Boards
  • Takes Standard Atx Psu 
  • 2 x Internal 3.5" Bay + SSD
  • LCD Display
  • Option Rail Rail Kit

 

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    SC
    07/06/2018
    Simon C.
    United Kingdom
    X-case X445-C4

    Case arrived promptly and very well packaged, space inside is very generous but large graphics cards will struggle on length. Build went very easily and am very happy with results, rebuilt a media pc into this case so could be rack mounted, fits very well with rest of the components. Overall very happy with service.

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    16/09/2016
    Roel V.
    Netherlands
    Nice compact chassis for a reasonable price

    About the seller: good service from xcase.co.uk. Prompt responses in online chat, emails took a bit longer but when I brought it to chat I was assisted immediately. Prompt shipping. I've bought with them a few times over several years, have always been satisfied. About the product: this is a nice case for a good price, but it's not a 'premium' product (which can't be expected for this price) and I had a few issues that I sorted out myself. Tl/dr: I'd buy this item again if I was in the same circumstances again. First issue was that the front LCD PCB has a speaker that beeps when the power is off; that includes when the machine is powered down. That's fine for a data center I guess, but not in my small business setting. The whole panel can be disconnected but that obviously disables the LCD as well. I ended up prying off the speaker (it's the round component in the corner of the PCB). All other functionality still worked fine after that. Second issue I had was that the hinges on the latches of the drive bays aren't very sturdy; I broke one without pulling hard on it or anything, just from trying how it opens. xcase.co.uk promised to send me another one though, so great service there. Either way, be careful when opening the bay doors - lift the latch only slightly, then pull the disk out with the 'arm' that comes out; don't pull the latch itself. Third (this was my own fault) is that I couldn't fit a graphics card in there that extends beyond the mobo. There is a steel 'platform' at the front onto which you can screw an internal hard disk; my graphics card (nvidia gtx 1070) would bump into that (this machine is used for HPC in scientific simulation, hence the graphics card in what is essentially a server chassis). Essentially with an ATX mobo, nothing that extends beyond the mobo will fit. I took my dremel to it and cut a chunk out of the plate. I can't put a hard drive there any more but that's not a problem for my use case. I use the universal rail kit with it; this works fine. Again this rail kit is an 'economy' version; for example the rail latches are very thin plastic, but then again you can't compare a e22.50 rail kit to a Dell kit for example that'll cost 10 times that. I'm running an Asus z10pa-d8 mobo in it, with a Xeon E5-1630, a Noctua nh d9l cooler and a CoolerMaster V1000 power supply. These components fit well; the cooler has plenty of head room and although the motherboard edges right up to the connectors of the bays backplane (and although there are connectors on this motherboard right at the edge in this corner), there is no stress on any connectors or cables because of a lack of room. But there is no 'excess' of room either - if you like lots of room to nicely route all cables, you might want to consider a deeper case (if you have room in your rack). The only thing I'm still considering is to add some fans as rear exhausts. As is, the stock fans and the rest of my machine provide sufficient cooling though and the internal temp is around 5 degrees over ambient temperature in normal use and about 10 under sustained heavy load, so I think I'm not going to bother.