It's great to hear your interested in our cases! Here are the answers:
1. It depends on the thickness of the graphics card's backplate but generally you should expect 16mm of space between the backplate and the side panel in xCase S and 39mm in xCase SE. This space is partly ocupied by a PCIe...
The picture shows HD-PLEX 400W DC-DC unit and 300W AC-DC unit. Unfortunatelly the new 400W model is longer and doesn't fit inside xCase M. Currently we don't offer any case which could accomodate it with an ITX graphics card.
Current prices of 3D printing titanium are enormous. Printing parts...
We are limited to modifying the dimensions within the following limits:
Length: 360mm to 380mm
Width: 200mm (slightly smaller xCase S) to 360mm (extended xCase L)
Height: 66mm to 105mm
It wouldn't be possible to extend the length by 125mm to place the SFX PSU on the motherboard side of the...
Sorry guys for staying quiet for a while. I've been dealing with an increased amount of orders and some personal stuff.
There are very few reviewes out there. Take a look at one wrote by a client: https://forums.overclockers.com.au/threads/modivio-xcase-build-review.1246338/
Two 3.5 inch drives can be fitted inside xCase S. We'd remove the GPU cutout and install two brackets on each side of the case to mount both drives. Side panels can be cut from smoked transparent acrylic glass. That'll look great with RGB's inside ;)
Extending the length of the case to fit a PSU next to a graphics card is the only way to fit HD-PLEX new 400W AC-DC unit. Versions with extended height would also have enough space to fit a flex ATX PSU. 3D printers which I'm using don't have enough built volume to handle that change. All I can...