Prototype 8.4L Case with 240mm AIO and Dual Slot GPU Support

KimchiKimKim

Minimal Tinkerer
Original poster
New User
Jul 7, 2020
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Hi guys!

My name is Gray and I've been working to create my idea of a perfect case that can handle any GPU and CPU combo with ease. As I just upgraded to a 10700k my 92mm AIO was just not cutting it anymore. So I fired up Solidworks and went through a few iterations until I struck a balance with everything I was looking for in my ideal SFF Case. It's overbuilt and should be a tank of a case that can be put in a vertical or horizontal orientation. I have been in contact with the manufacture but wanted to get a feel to see the demand for a case like this or if anyone will even buy one. Pricing will be anywhere from $250-350 due to the low quantities and close to no bulk price breaks.

Specs
  • Mini-ITX Motherboard
  • Flex ATX PSU
  • GPUs 278mm in length
  • Any 240mm AIO should fit
  • 3x 2.5inch SSD or HDDs Could fit up to 9 pretty easily

Dimensions
  • 267mm x 282mm x 111mm
  • 8.4L in volume



Any questions? Please feel free to ask!
 

Tazpr

Master of Cramming
Aug 7, 2018
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Interesting concept - I think accomodating these parts is great although somewhat limiting in GPU height and PSU choices but for the diehard enthusiests I'm sure this will offer a tasty solution!

What is the space beside the Motherboard and under the GPU used for? Is that HDD/SSD space?
 

KimchiKimKim

Minimal Tinkerer
Original poster
New User
Jul 7, 2020
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Interesting concept - I think accomodating these parts is great although somewhat limiting in GPU height and PSU choices but for the diehard enthusiests I'm sure this will offer a tasty solution!

What is the space beside the Motherboard and under the GPU used for? Is that HDD/SSD space?

That's where one can fit up to 9 SSDs
 

SeBBBe

Case Bender
New User
Jun 28, 2020
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It looks like there would be a lot of positive pressure with the config pictured, GPU and AIO sucking in air. How do you plan on venting that? I would suggest vents both top and bottom along with small feet to allow air flow underneath.