All CPUs support virtualization. Are you talking about VT-d? Do you know what it does?
Actually, I need VT-x so that the guest OS can see all the cores of the CPU. I thought that the K series models support neither VT-x nor VT-d but apparently I was wrong about that
. That's good to know, even though I still prefer the 3770T to e.g. 3570K (if I hang on to the plan to get the better GPU).
Unless the ISK110 has better airflow than it looks, even without 2.5'' drives your heatsink fan would have to need to work pretty hard to get the heat out of this small case. Your board is going to run hot and you'll get means noise at load.
Maybe if you can fit a pretty good heatsink low-profile with room to breathe like a Kozuti or something it wouldn't be too loud.
This is not what I wanted to hear but also exactly the reason why I asked here first. Thanks
For something like this, I would go for the ISK-150 instead. It comes with a very good standard 150W power supply, more than you need, but it will be completely sufficient.
Did you mean ISK300/310-150? That's certainly something I will consider.