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. http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/312824-13-bestconfigs-home-theater

    I really wouldn't be using/abusing a 2600 for a htpc build and I wouldn't be trying to power a 2600 with a 300w psu :P
    Post a thread in homebuild section with this filled in,
    and we can get you sorted out
  2. I'm not using/abusing this 2600 since I get it for free.
    As I wrote, I would like to build HTPC and the configuration is quite fix.
    The only issue now is the case.
    I would like it to be small and quiet.
    Since I'm not going to put any video card, and I only need 1 HDD, I thought that 300W (with 80 Plus certifed SFX) would be enough.
  3. I didn't realise you already had it so I apologise for the elitist attitude, its just not the usual choice for a ht build is all, and i didnt want you wasting money on a chip that wasn't your best choice
    Theres a selection review here which may aid you in choosing something
    hope that helps more than my previously sucky attitude :)
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