Aopen HS H360C-2O1E0 809 A006M A006P Computer Case with 300W PSU £6.99 del. - HotUKDeals
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The Aopen H360C is a slim and well designed PC case which is ideal as a base for a media centre PC or indeed for any use. It can stand vertically or flat on it`s feet and comes with a quality 300W power supply built in.

Metal: SECC Main Board Size
FlexATX/MicroATX Disk Drive Bays
5.25in : x 1/0(external/internal)
3.5in : x 2/1(external/internal)
Front USB &Audio
2 x USB / Head phone / Mic. In / 1394 (Optional)
Dimensions
Width : 13.23in (336mm)
Height : 3.90in (99mm)
Depth : 15.95in (405mm)
Key Features
FlexATX/MicroATX slim form factor
Supports front USB Audio,1394 (optional)
Supports MicroATX (P4) 9.6in (244mm) x 9.6in (244mm) motherboard
Patented rotary frame for easy assembly
Changeable for Tower & Desktop
300W Power Supply
4 slots and 3 drive bays

Maximum, 1 per customer.
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#1
Looks like something from a 1980's bank. Saying that it probably is!
#2
Worth it just for the P4 power supply ! :)
#3
Looks ok to me just got one cheers.
http://images.esellerpro.com/2262/I/306/73/pccase-0001_400.jpg
#4
got one of these for £9.99 delivered from SVP. Its not a bad looker - plain and understated. Obviously larger than a Revo but doesn't look too bad under my telly.

Heat cos this is a great price for a good MATX case with PSU.
#5
I've got one of those for my household file and print server and paid somewhat more than this from BigPockets. It's on continuously without any probs. At the time there were grouses about its looks - I think it could look alright as part of an htpc setup, but your tastes may vary!

At this price recommended
#6
mah624;7240160
got one of these for £9.99 delivered from SVP. Its not a bad looker - plain and understated. Obviously larger than a Revo but doesn't look too bad under my telly.

Heat cos this is a great price for a good MATX case with PSU.


Hi there, was wondering if the PSU is any good and quite for media centre use.
#7
Anyone noticed the amazing similarity to the Cdiscount web site!

Anyway, what a bargain (if it turns up) - for a grand total of 12.99 inc postage I ordered

1 x computer case and PSU

3 of these -
The Belkin Professional Starter Kit provides everything you need to have two desktop computers sharing files, printers, and an Internet account*. The Belkin 5-Port Professional Network Switch provides five 10/100Mbps ports that allow for future expandability.
Contents: 2 x network Cards
2 x cat 5 Cables
1 x 5 port Ethernet switch

1 of these -
Belkin Wiso 7 Port USB 2.0 powered European HUB

1 of these -
Digikit - Camera Case / Card Reader / Mini Tripod
Camera Case
- Luxurious genuine leather exterior
- Convenient carry case for most small to medium cameras
- Detachable shoulder strap or nylon belt loop for easy transportation of your camera
Tripod
- Universal Dock for maximum compatibility with all digital cameras
- 15cm height available
- Extremely lightweight - less than 40 grammes
14-in-1 Card Reader with 3-port Hub
- 14 in 1 Card Reader/Writer with 3-port USB 2.0 Hub
- Plug and Play
- System requirements: Win 98SE, 2000, ME or XP

- Scoob :santa:
#8
scoobie
Anyone noticed the amazing similarity to the Cdiscount web site!

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your right. the site is almost identical. are they the one and the same???
#9
roister
Hi there, was wondering if the PSU is any good and quite for media centre use.

Hi roister,
The PSU is relatively quiet. My CPU fan is noisier (simple Spire P4 model with P4 3Ghz). When audio is coming through my 5.1 amp its not noticeable. Even using the TV speakers its not that bad. Would like to get a quieter CPU fan though.

Mark
#10
if only it was black i would get one.
#11
Deedie
your right. the site is almost identical. are they the one and the same???


This is run by Boffer.
#12
bma1445
This is run by Boffer.


The site is run by IT Solution LTD which owns Boffer, Big Pockets and one or two more. It's nothing to do with those Cdiscount conmen, don't worry
#13
Anyone ordered from these before? Seems very cheap.
#14
Just a warning to anyone buying this as a main pc case.. it's generally a good idea to spend money to get a high quality PSU. These cheap ones are often troublesome.
#15
Just ordered.
My PSU in my spare machine blew up, so it's a cheap way of getting a new one.
Will probably ditch the case though.
#16
£2 plus postage cant go wrong.:-D
#17
Just ordered, can anyone suggest a cheap mobo to go in the case please?
#18
would a full height graphics card fit it?
#19
so just to confirm based on the specs , only a p4 motherboard will work in this case? or would a dual core m.b also suit ? am i right in saying that its for micro atx boards only ?
#20
I have this exact case, running an Aopen P4M motherboard. The PSU in the case is very quiet. I've had the case for around four years now years and have been very happy with it!

Very hot deal IMHO!
#21
With four drive bays (3 x 3.5" and 1 x 5.25") and a 300w PSU you can get four Hard Drives in there - this would make a great mini server with a cheap micro-ATX or mini-ITX board installed. Choose a Dual Core Atom board for £60 if you want low power consumption, or go for a Core 2 Duo setup if you need more power. Throw on a copy of Windows Home Server, and voila.
#22
Ninty
The site is run by IT Solution LTD which owns Boffer, Big Pockets and one or two more. It's nothing to do with those Cdiscount conmen, don't worry


Correct - its another type of conmen - this group outwardly deny you your consumer rights under DSR and SOGA.

At least they are up front about it....

Although, to be fair, they seem to be a bit fairer on this one than Bigpockets and boffer.
#23
If you're looking for a mATX socket 775 motherboard (i.e. for Dual Core, Core 2 Duo or Quad Core Intel processors), I can recommend the Gigabyte GA-73PVM-S2H; it has integrated graphics with VGA, DVI and HDMI ouput so providing it's not for gaming, you don't have to add a separate graphics card. You also get multi channel analogue connection as well as optical out, so it's also suitable for use as part of a HTPC. Also, it has both firewire and e-sata ports so realistically all the connections you would probably need. I've built a few systems based on this motherboard and it seems to work well.

Robert
#24
Muffy
Just ordered.
My PSU in my spare machine blew up, so it's a cheap way of getting a new one.
Will probably ditch the case though.


It's not a standard ATX PSU.
#25
rwniel72
If you're looking for a mATX socket 775 motherboard (i.e. for Dual Core, Core 2 Duo or Quad Core Intel processors), I can recommend the Gigabyte GA-73PVM-S2H; it has integrated graphics with VGA, DVI and HDMI ouput so providing it's not for gaming, you don't have to add a separate graphics card. You also get multi channel analogue connection as well as optical out, so it's also suitable for use as part of a HTPC. Also, it has both firewire and e-sata ports so realistically all the connections you would probably need. I've built a few systems based on this motherboard and it seems to work well.

Robert
Anything similar from AMD?
1 Like #26
MrBThatsMe
Just a warning to anyone buying this as a main pc case.. it's generally a good idea to spend money to get a high quality PSU. These cheap ones are often troublesome.


In 15 years of owning PCs, I've never paid more than about a fiver on a PSU, and I'm yet to have one die on me.
#27
Great stuff, I was looking for a cheap HTPC case and I don't think it's going to get any cheaper!
#28
s4nju
if only it was black i would get one.


If it's black that you want take a look at this
OK it costs a bit more but looks better imo.
#29
wotguvnotmeguv;7241627
In 15 years of owning PCs, I've never paid more than about a fiver on a PSU, and I'm yet to have one die on me.


I bet you've never had more than one hard drive run off them either,
cheap PSUs often can't take any real load (despite "300W" quoted figures).
#30
leecher
Just ordered, can anyone suggest a cheap mobo to go in the case please?


Aria are doing a great deal for motherboard & cpu for only £33! It is a rather old Athlon 64 3200 based system, but it's more powerful than s lot of these Atom based systems and it's fine if you just want to do basic computing tasks on it.

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/AMD+Athlon+64+3200+Motherboard+and+CPU+bundle+?productId=35617
#31
montyburns56
Aria are doing a great deal for motherboard & cpu for only £33! It is a rather old Athlon 64 3200 based system, but it's more powerful than s lot of these Atom based systems and it's fine if you just want to do basic computing tasks on it.

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/AMD+Athlon+64+3200+Motherboard+and+CPU+bundle+?productId=35617


Uses DDR1 memory modules... meaning that it will be quite expensive to build.
#32
wotguvnotmeguv;7241627
In 15 years of owning PCs, I've never paid more than about a fiver on a PSU, and I'm yet to have one die on me.
You've just paid in electricity consumption due to their awful efficiency.
#33
Gave it a shot. Fingers crossed that the company is legit.
#34
pibpob
You've just paid in electricity consumption due to their awful efficiency.


Haha yes very true. I have a 500w 80 plus certified PSU, where as my friend has a 1000W non brand PSU, with a similar spec machine (his is slightly higher) but he only needs about 450W (I need about 380W), so huge waste.
#35
You are talking about the best part of £100 for a but slowish pc that is twice as fast as an Atom 270 and slower than the newer Atom 330 and most modern Intel Pentiums and Core CPUs.

ECS GS7610 Ultra with Athlon Socket 754 3200+ Processor motherboard bundle £36 + p&p
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/170173/show_product_overview

Xilence Frozen Fighter Socket AM2 754 939 940 CPU Cooler £3.91 + £0p&p(same order as above)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/164441

Extra Value 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR PC3200 400MHz 184pin Extra Value Ram £43.57 (ouch!)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/114484



Instead - anyone know if the PSU connectors or power output would be sufficent to run this? http://www.ebuyer.com/product/180538
#36
jazid;7243142
Extra Value 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR PC3200 400MHz 184pin Extra Value Ram £43.57 (ouch!)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/114484


Ouch indeed - that kills the cheapness of the aria motherboard IMO,
unless you have a stick or two of spare DDR1 RAM already
#37
Aopen HS H360C-2O1E0 809 A006M A006P......:p
#38
Bargain price, almost clicked buy but didn't really need it. H&R
Also for £1 you can get a Parker Batman pen -
http://www.bigoffers.co.uk/product.php?product=HOMEWEA-01017&cat_title=Quid+Shop
:w00t:
#39
Looks like an Amiga from the 90's (which is no bad thing).
#40
wotguvnotmeguv
In 15 years of owning PCs, I've never paid more than about a fiver on a PSU, and I'm yet to have one die on me.


Then you're very lucky. I had a Hiper 580w PSU (£50~) die and blow up a £150 motherboard, literally made a huge bang and blew a capacitor on the board. Only high quality PSUs for me from then on.

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