Concept FormD T1 EVO (aka T1 V2.0 and P1)

Wahaha360

a.k.a W360
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Since it doesn't look like it's been asked, but will there be support for SFX-L PSUs as well? Would allow more higher wattage choices too.

If we can, sure but not high priority.

There are 1000W and 1200W SFX coming, SFX-L won’t have these, so it’s not going to win in either power, efficiency or noise, so it’s basically an inferior choice in the long term.
 

chyll2

Master of Cramming
Jun 27, 2018
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If we can, sure but not high priority.

There are 1000W and 1200W SFX coming, SFX-L won’t have these, so it’s not going to win in either power, efficiency or noise, so it’s basically an inferior choice in the long term.
This is a bomb announcement
 

Ashenfall

Average Stuffer
Jun 13, 2020
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If we can, sure but not high priority.

There are 1000W and 1200W SFX coming, SFX-L won’t have these, so it’s not going to win in either power, efficiency or noise, so it’s basically an inferior choice in the long term.

I'm struggling to find a use case for >1000W in SFF. Surely you'd run out of cooling before you hit the capacity of such a PSU?
 

Daemos

SFF Lingo Aficionado
Feb 3, 2017
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I really do hope this case can really support a 280mmx30mm radiator with two 140mmx25mm fans...it will be amazing.
 

imode

Chassis Packer
Nov 28, 2018
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compact mATX and ATX builds like the Chimera?
The RTX 3080 is also rumored to have a new power connector that can support up to 600W. Maybe not needed for the 3080 itself, but future proofing for the next generation of GPU and the generation after that.
 

WarmJumper

Efficiency Noob
Apr 9, 2019
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I’d buy either orientation.

I’m currently in a nouvolo steck (I couldn’t get hold of a ghost, the T1 wasn’t out, and I was moving a lot to cardboard box wasn’t an option ☹)

This offers everything I could want:
  • Better cooling
  • Room for ssd’s (hopefully)
  • Better quality (based on previous cases from W360)
  • And, as someone who runs hackintosh almost exclusively, a slightly Apple feeling design.
This really feels like the perfect case for a “Mac midi” build, most of the power of a Mac Pro in the footprint of the Mac mini (assuming vertical orientation) if you’re committing to the hackintosh life.

So excited for this case.
 
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AgusW

Chassis Packer
Jul 20, 2020
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Hey @Wahaha360 i am planning to build a new pc. I am between buying an itx mobo or x570 asus impact which is a dtx mobo. Which is the posibility of P1 being compatible with dtx? x570 asus impact is a gorgeous mobo, will be also space for the dimm2 module? Thanks!
 

Daemos

SFF Lingo Aficionado
Feb 3, 2017
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So out of curiosity I made some basic calculations (based off the T1) to see the minimum size the case will be to need to hold a 280mm 30mm thick rad +25mm fans. Then I did a seperate set to keep the proportions the same as the T1 assuming horizontal design. Hopefully I didn't screw anything up.

Minimum: 153x232x380 = 13.5 L

Keep proportions the same: 153x250x380 = 14.53L

Now obviously there will be more internal space which may be used for another rad or a pump res combo.