Originally Posted by Krusher33
I'm seeing a flaw though. The PSU is exhausting air out the bottom. And then not far from it is a vent. So the air exhausted will more than likely get sucked back into that vent causing it to get warmer each time. If I got that case, I'd be putting something in between the PSU and that vent on the bottom just to keep that from happening. Just my 2 cents.
^^ that, and the case is too small, and I doubt that micro PSU can even cool itself let alone the case. I see one 80mm fan on the top .It will help. Your Prescott and passively cooled 5450 will cook in that too small of a case. Maybe they had in mind AMD Fusion when they built it.