KKSB Odroid H2 Case
One thing about this case is that is designed in such a way that you can use two SSDs (2.5-inch) with your ODROID H2. The KKSB ODROID H2 Case is made of high-grade powder-coated steel.
This case has further potential for fitment for the Odroid fan with dimensions 92mm x 92mm (Sold Separately)
Features of KKSB ODROID-H2 Steel Case
- Brand: KKSB-Cases
- The case is designed to support ODROID H2 and its accessories.
- Made of High-Grade Powder-Coated Steel
- Additional space for the cooling fan (we recommend 92x92x25mm DC Cooling Fan for ODROID)
- The case is designed to fit in two pcs of 2.5-inch SSDs
- 1x Reset Button
- 1x Power Button
- Cutouts for air-vents (on top as well as along the side walls)
- The bottom features rubber feet for added stability
- Cutouts for 2x Ethernet Ports, 4x USB, HDMI, Audio I/O, SPDIF Output, Display Unit, etc.
- The bottom features 4 mounting holes
- Dimensions: 153mm x 124mm x 103mm
Don't forget to buy the Odroid Fan suitable for the case.
The black powder-coated KKSB Odroid H2 steel case features vent holes and other cutouts to make the case internally accessible. The power and reset functions come from blue anodized push buttons, found on the top of the unit.
The case has space for two 2.5" SSD units, with rubber footings ensuring overall product stability.
It is a simple process to assemble the KKSB ODROID H2 case. You need to follow the steps shown in the tutorial video. For mounting of the pushbuttons, place these on their corresponding positions on the upside-down the top part of the case and then carefully close the unit, utilising a small screwdriver or other implements, to ensure the buttons are correctly guided into place.
- The package does not contain ODROID-H2, SSD, or Cooling Fan
Overall a great Case for the Odroid H2 with enough space for two 2.5" SSD.
The only downside is the aluminium poles used for the power on and reset switch, can be somewhat fiddle to install.
struggled a bit with assembly. but once together has been very solid design. I would certainly buy again, for my H2+..
I'm curious if a upgraded case for the H2+ and extra NIC board will be produced?
Looks nice, easy to assemble and works very well.
Would buy it again.
Love this high quality case. I bought this case about a year ago and have been using it ever since! It looks great and has a place for a fan and in the bottom it has room for 2 2.5 inch HDDs! Only minor issue I had was putting it together and keeping the Power and Reset extensions in place. Its literally a balancing act, but once you got it together, this case is solid! The Power and Reset buttons feels good and functions good. This case gives good access to all your ports too. I would recommend this case to anyone that has a ODroid H2 board. I have 2 HDDs in the bottom of mine as I use it as a mini gaming system, and it works perfect! I am planning in the near future to purchase another ODroid and another one of these cases for a second setup in my bedroom!
First off, the only down side was the shipping took longer than I anticipated (about 3 1/2 weeks until I received it), but that happens sometimes internationally. Now on to the review of the case itself. The case came with 2 different sets of fan screws, one large "standard" set, which didn't work with my fan. But they also include 4 long screws and nuts which worked perfectly to secure the fan to the case. There are also 8 SSD mounting screws and my case came with an additional 10 (only 8 are needed) screws to close the case itself (I assume extra are included as they are very tiny). As another reviewer pointed out, there were no instructions included on what goes where, but it's fairly self-explanatory and there are videos on both the KKSB site as well as on Ameridroid on how to assemble the case, so it's not that difficult to figure it out with no instructions.
For anyone who still has concerns, here's my breakdown of what screws go to what components:
4 thick screws are for fan mounting if your fan has threads (These did not work for my fan, which was purchased directly from Hardkernel)
4 long screws with nuts are also for fan mounting. If the thick screws work for you, then you won't need these.
The remaining screws are all very similar, but if you look closely at them, there are some with a rounded head, this shape: ( )
And the others are slanted on the bottom, such as this: \ /
The rounded heads are for the SSD mounting screws. The slanted ones are for assembling the case itself. This is so when you screw the slanted ones into the case, the outside of them is flush with the surface and is flat and looks nice. The round ones are internal so you won't see them, anyway, but they match every SSD mounting screw I've seen in 5+ years of PC building.
The case is super solid and well built and looks sleek and stylish sitting on my desk. I am extremely pleased with this purchase and will DEFINITELY be doing future business with KKSB on my next SBC project!