RCC-BIG2 is a simple and customizable BTO (build-to-order) case with traditional layout (no riser cable required).
Features of the case:
vertical or horizontal orientation
traditional layout, no riser cable
flexible size / volume
different vent hole designs to fit your taste
W x D x H can be...
I'm starting a new build with an AMD processor, and my first main system to have one since having a Phenom II. It's a pretty modest rig with a B450 motherboard and Ryzen 3 2200G which I picked up for some good prices.
Here are the complete specs of the computer as it is right now:
REVOCCASES - RCC-MID1 | SFF mini-ITX DIY Case
a unique industrial style case with focus on good thermals and low noise
pre-orders and more info: revoccases.com
Dimensions: 296x197x197mm // 11,5 liter , vertical or horizontal orientation
CPU cooler clearance: <=106mm with SFX PSU /...
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and a couple of emails back an forward we come up with this case.
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Hardware support specification：
Motherboard: 17*17 ITX Standard Version (do not recommend the motherboard with the power supply board and PCH heat dissipation motherboard)
Power supply: FLEX long limit, 150mm wide limit...
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