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    Prototype Hyde, (another) DIY 3D-printable case: 8L with 3 pci-e slots, bifurcation, sfx-l support & more.

    You'll need a soldering iron for the brass threaded inserts. Also don't print this out of pla, because it will melt, or abs, because it's petrolium based and can maintain a flame.
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    Prototype Hyde, (another) DIY 3D-printable case: 8L with 3 pci-e slots, bifurcation, sfx-l support & more.

    I just did an update, now you only need m3 screws and only 5 types/sizes of them.
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    Prototype Hyde, (another) DIY 3D-printable case: 8L with 3 pci-e slots, bifurcation, sfx-l support & more.

    The design is not final, but it's at a functional state: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4688571 I know, 10 different screw types and 61 screws is a bit too much.
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    Prototype Hyde, (another) DIY 3D-printable case: 8L with 3 pci-e slots, bifurcation, sfx-l support & more.

    Status: BETA Cpu cooler height: 50mm (+1mm for cleareance) Pci-e card size: 127~135, 305, 3-slot + 9mm (height, length, thickness) Power supply: sfx & sfx-l, with ventilation holes on both sides, in case you want to flip it around. Storage: 2 * 2.5" (Only with sfx power supply. Also in further...
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    Well the fan made too much noise and the temps without it seem fine. Here is the final release: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4214413
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    Sooo for the last month I have been cooking a small 3d printable accessory for the case, that adds a 40mm fan and a 15mm 2.5 drive. It's in beta, still a lot of stuff to refine.
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    Maybe a custom loop with alphacool eisbear lt and a slim 120 rad?
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    Noctua L9a with a Noctua NF-A9 chromax
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    Well, maybe but you'll have to find a way to mount it.
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    Linus didn't even use the pci-e support bracket...
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    There might be other options, you could find someone to print the velocity stack for you. This map is a good starting point: https://www.prusaprinters.org/world
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    No, but I designed a duct / velocity stack for noctua l9 : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3519752 Here is another design by someone else, that should do the same job: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3606217 These two are 10mm in height, but might cause some trouble depending on ram, cpu...
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    True, Velcro is simple, effective, it even dampens the vibrations, there is the power button abobe and all the cables, so it can't come loose, if you heat it during removal it won't damage the paint, it's great, but I'll probably go with the frame, I just like making stuff..
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    Production SENTRY 2.0: Evolution of console-sized gaming PC case

    I have a 15mm drive and a non modular psu. There should be a 71x126x21mm space for the drive below the power button (case horizontal). I'm thinking to 3d print a frame that will mount on two radiator holes and the power button. Does that sound like a good plan? Would that cause thermal issues?