Will SilverStone SG06S do the job?

I'm interested in building HTPC.
I'm looking for a small quiet case but I don't want it to get over heated.
I will use the following setup:
1. Intel Sandy-Bridge Core i7-2600.
2. Gigabyte 67M-UD2H-B3.
3. WD Caviar Green 1TB.
4. DDR3-1333 4GB.

My great concern is regarding the heat and the PSU. in this case we have 300W.

Does anyone have any experience with this case?
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  1. Well its doesn't seem to be very popular, anyway i haven't heard of it, but on a 300 watt psu that comes with the case (probably not very high quality) its better to go for a quality 350 or 400 watt unit, although technically you should be able to run on a 300 watt psu.
  2. Go to antec.outervision.com
    its a power supply calculator, it will help you determine what kind of a psu you need.
  3. There may be a potential issue with the case and the mother board.

    The SilverStone SG06S is only compatible with Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX motherboards.

    There is no exact match for the Gigabyte 67M-UD2H-B3. Did you mean the Gigabyte GA-H67MA-UD2H-B3 motherboard? That is a mATX motherboard and will not be compatible with the case.

    You need change one of them.
  4. Get a different case, a bigger one will have better cooling, and you solve the motherboard size issue.
  5. Hi,

    I realized the issue with the motherboard.
    There is a nice ZOTAC one which can fit it (mITX).
    Still I think I will take a bigger case as you suggested.
    I thought on Lian-Li PC-V351
    Any comment on the this case?
    And about the motherboard, it could be that I still go on the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi
    mITX since it has both integrated WIFI and USB3 in it.
    What do you think?
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