: I will check how it will look with vent holes at the top. For the power button I can show a different design later this day.
1) I will add a second 2.5" hdd/ssd port at the front that you can use if the PSU is facing to the front and another port under the GPU next to the front.
3) I will check that
: Thank you. Yes, there are some M1 features in this product like the big side vent and the radiator bracket. I honored you already in the first post
If you you like we can also talk about a good will licensing.
Yes, I already know about the 2mm problem I will test that with Lian Li.
: Thank You
: No this is classic layout and a sandwich layout. Furthermore, it is 2.75 Slot for classic layout and 3 Slot for sandwich. Why it is less practical?
There are two advantages of two layouts. 1. More use-cases in one product. 2. Every GPU has a different trend. One generation has a standard height while being thick (2.5+ Slot like RTX 20x0) - this is better for the classical layout. The next generation is higher (like GTX 9x0) - better for sandwich layout.
I think it is a smarter way to have all features of other cases in one product + having new features and this is what the C4-SFX is.
: Thank You
: The side panel has many holes so it will be not 100% straight. The middle clip will help that the panel is close to the inner frame over the complete side.
: See my comment to @m-i-c-k-e-y
: This is true.
: Yes, with the A4-SFXv5 I plan a complete redesign of the product.
Both of you said the C4-SFX is a M1 combined with the Ghost. This means the Ghost is a A4-SFX with the look of the Silverstone FT03, Lian Li v360 or Jonsbo VR1 (all cases are older as the Ghost). You see Louqe is not the inventor of round corners on the outer sides.
Furthermore, the M1 is a classical hardware layout case with some new features like PSU location and radiator bracket. I used some of the M1 features because it will be a step back to use them not, but also add some new features like a different way of installing the GPU that makes it much easier for longer and higher card (will show details later this day), flip able design, possibility to mount GPU vertical with a trick to provide enough stiffness to the back side of the case that does not require two different backside panels, up to 2x80mm fan at the back side, a new way to mount the SFX that does not require two brackets for both orientations, a change to the motherboard-tray to create more stiffness a very high compatible way of supporting USB-C.
So yes, the C4-SFX has design elements and features of other cases like other cases has features and design element of the A4-SFX and the previous C4-SFX design.