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Original poster
Jan 11, 2017
In connection with the problem of ordering the DC-ATX G-Unique, I decided to expand the range of enclosures with internal power supplies. I also think that many people will like the idea of installing a more powerful video card than in our previous mini-cases, for example ZOTAC GTX 1080 Mini with a length of 211mm. Also in this case will fit a power supply measuring 190 x 81.5 x 40.5 mm for example the Seasonic SS-350M1U 350W. It is interesting to hear your opinion.

- Volume: 5.24L (220mm x 227mm x 105mm)
- Production: ESI METAL factory (video), swiss solutions «Bystronic»
- Material: 1.5mm Aluminium, Powder Coating
- GPU: length <211mm, height <132mm (ZOTAC GTX 1080 Mini compatible)
- CPU Cooler: up to 45mm (Noctua L9i recommended)
- RAM: up to 45 mm
- Storage: M.2 and 1x2.5" SSD
- PSU: Flex ATX 1U Mini-ITX (Seasonic SSP-300SUG, FSP 400W, Athena Power 400W, FSP 500W Platinum etc)
- Price: $180 (Case + PCiIe riser + Worldwide Shipping)

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6G OC 188mm
Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 210mm
ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 1080 Mini 211mm
Asus PCI-Ex Radeon RX 460 ROG Strix 4GB 194mm
ASUS PH-GTX1050TI-4G 192mm
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SFF Lingo Aficionado
Oct 18, 2016
I would prefer shortening the case for a more compact size while sacrificing gpu length. Not sure if it's possible at all considering there needs to be space for cables etc, but just my 2c.


Trash Compacter
Feb 16, 2017
I really like the idea of it. Especially that it is set to fit the only compact GTX 1080 out there. I have a feeling that this 1080 will set a trend for other manufactures as well, most of them will rather play it safe and built the coolers to handle the GPU's rated TDP than build much smaller and limit power, that'd leave no reason to purchase a 1080 at that point, so this case gearing toward this GPU size I believe is a great idea ! Save on length, gain a bit in height over the 5.92L model. Overall, a desk space saver it seems.


Chassis Packer
Mar 1, 2017
It's always nice with more options and I like the design.

However considering the Flex ATX powersupplies are said to sound like airplanes under load I think personally the 6 liter case is more interesting despite being slightly biggger.


Apr 2, 2017
Quite interesting. I would definitely like a case that can handle the GTX 1080 mini and more power. Especially since and Vega may be hungry and the 1080 ti eat more power. It does depends on if they release minis but it would be nice to have the ability to upgrade. Definitely going to watch this and see if there are some more draw ups on it.
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