As mentioned earlier, there is no reset button. The headers needed to be
installed will be power on, power led, hard drive activity and speaker.
Here are the specs of what was installed:
With everything installed, the case still looks the same as when I
took it out of the box.
I previously was using a Opustek mid-tower to house everything. As
it is currently the summer season, things got a bit toasty with my CPU running
at about 48C and a system temp at about 50C. Room temperature was at a hot
32C constantly. Air circulation was not at all efficient as there were just
too many wires around in such a small space.
With the PC-V2100, I'm seeing a nice drop down to about 45C
for the CPU and about 48C for my system temp. Noise has been reduced quite a bit
also because of the sound dampening material.
Overall, this case is a blast to use. It's extremely spaceous and
easy to work in. The front USB2 expansion ports are situated out of the way
and you can use them with the door closed.
The side panels can be a bit tough to put back the first try
around for some people. You may also want to get some longer data cables for
Thanks to CrazyPC for sending
over this sample!