Thanks, but the case is empty, i nedd power, cpu, sdd.m2 ...etc inside this case for hackintosh. That was my questionIt says in the description: "The Aopen i945GMT-FSA motherboard is an ideal mini-ITX solution for the HFX Micro."
Whether you can replace that motherboard depends on the layout of the case interior and the space it has.
here the photo of mine
I can replace the cooler with original one from intel. But it's a enough place for that and where can put power supply?It looks like that case was designed for passive cooling and ultra low power CPUs. It also looks like it has something like a Pico psu inside. It's not the best choice for a 4 or 6 core Coffee Lake CPU that needs much more cooling and a better PSU than what that has. There are many affordable mini-itx cases you can choose from that are better suited for a CustoMac build.
You could find out yourself by looking at the case and doing some measurement. Obviously I can't see it in person.I can replace the cooler with original one from intel. But it's a enough place for that and where can put power supply?