Production case SX1 6.8L / SX2 7.5L by Custom_MOD

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Our SX2 7.5L white case is next to a regular full tower ATX case.​





As you can see, the SX2 case is quite compact due to the sandwich arrangement of the components.
▶️ ️Case size 31x20x12cm.
▶️ ️These cases are made of 1mm steel, which makes them very durable!
▶️ ️Inside the case, you can install a two-slot full-fledged video card up to 305mm long.
▶️ ️Video card is located on the back of the motherboard and is connected via PCI-e x16 riser cable.
▶️ ️Mainboards of mini-ITX format with installed cooler up to 52mm high.
▶️ ️You can also use AIO 92mm as cooling, for example Asetek 645LT.
▶️ ️Above the motherboard, you can install a 92x14mm fan to blow the VRM. This is recommended when using a liquid cooling system to cool the CPU.
▶️ ️Under the power supply, there is a place for installing a 2.5" SSD or HDD. Or an AIO radiator is installed in this place.
▶️ ️The case is supplied with an angled SFX power supply cable located at the front.
Buy Case SX2 7.5L white
 

painterkev

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I got case SX1 6.8L rev.6(was there rev 7?) in 2019 but never got round to even take out box. Have Ryzen 5 5600X and PSU,ram,CPU cooler ect lying around spare so might as well start this build. In CPU coolers have cryorig c7,NH-L9a-am4,AXP-90R Full copper and ID-Cooling IS-47k to chose from. My questions are 1. Is 48mm the cooler max height? 2. Even though the IS-47K might not be as capable as say AXP-90R,with fan being under heatsink would it be better option with the other CPU's fan being close to side panel and perhaps causing turbulence?. Finally build quality/tolerances seemed to get better by every Rev. Is there anything to watch out for when doing build?
 
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I got case SX1 6.8L rev.6(was there rev 7?) in 2019 but never got round to even take out box. Have Ryzen 5 5600X and PSU,ram,CPU cooler ect lying around spare so might as well start this build. In CPU coolers have cryorig c7,NH-L9a-am4,AXP-90R Full copper and ID-Cooling IS-47k to chose from. My questions are 1. Is 48mm the cooler max height? 2. Even though the IS-47K might not be as capable as say AXP-90R,with fan being under heatsink would it be better option with the other CPU's fan being close to side panel and perhaps causing turbulence?. Finally build quality/tolerances seemed to get better by every Rev. Is there anything to watch out for when doing build?

I think due to the war in the Ukraine its a nice thing to have one of those cases. :)

I've done a build some months ago in one of the SX cases:


Maybe its going to help you with your build! :)
Wouldn't recommend the IS-47K tho... Thermalright AXP90 all the way! :)
 

painterkev

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May 15, 2022
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I think due to the war in the Ukraine its a nice thing to have one of those cases. :)

I've done a build some months ago in one of the SX cases:


Maybe its going to help you with your build! :)
Wouldn't recommend the IS-47K tho... Thermalright AXP90 all the way! :)
Sorry didn't see your comment.. Used AXP90r Full in the end. Tried different brackets,screws ect to get a backplate to fit but no luck on Asrock B550 itx,so chanced just screws. Fitted NF-A9x14 on top of heatsink and on bottom of case as intake. Runs cooler and quieter than I thought. The IS-47K(with NF-A9x14) I used on Deskmini X300 build,thanks to ETA PRIME video. That is a great fit,if not the best fit for that case
 

painterkev

Minimal Tinkerer
New User
May 15, 2022
4
1
I think due to the war in the Ukraine its a nice thing to have one of those cases. :)

I've done a build some months ago in one of the SX cases:


Maybe its going to help you with your build! :)
Wouldn't recommend the IS-47K tho... Thermalright AXP90 all the way! :)
Sorry didn't see your comment.. Used AXP90r Full in the end. Tried different brackets,screws ect to get a backplate to fit but no luck on Asrock B550 itx,so chanced just screws. Fitted NF-A9x14 on top of heatsink and on bottom of case as intake. Runs cooler and quieter than I thought. The IS-47K(with NF-A9x14) I used on Deskmini X300 build,thanks to ETA PRIME video. That is a great fit,if not the best fit for that case