Small poll: A GPU is not the only thing one might want to put into the GPU compartment, and I've recently made a change to allow for a fan swap. What would you put there? Latest update: First hinge and Front I/O prototype. Full update. Spoiler I got a package from shapeways today. The final result first: As you can see, the hinge works pretty much flawlessly, there's very little play in it. This solution for Front I/O is the easiest and cheapest one to manufacture and it's the minimum base option that I can guarantee will be offered. More complex I/O or upgrades (more USB ports, audio, USB C-Type, etc.) will probably be implemented as stretch goals. More details in the full update. Current status: First prototype has arrived, and while it is not complete, it is already used as my main system. Currently it's being used for functional testing. Overview: The Freilite Brevis S is designed to be a portable PC case with support for ITX mainboard, short GPUs and FlexATX PSUs. The goal in terms of size is staying below or at least close to 5L of volume. These renders don't represent the current state of the case. They will be updated soon. Specification: Specifications are subject to change during the development phase! Mainboard: mITX CPU Cooler: 38mm max. height GPU: Dual Slot, up to 183mm long, up to 148mm tall PSU: FlexATX, 150mm (Seasonic SSP-300SUG included) Storage: 2x 2.5", 9.5mm thick Components: Compatibility spreadsheet. Dimensions (W*H*D): 59mm*418mm*201mm Volume: 4.957L Material: Front Panel: 3mm brushed, anodised Aluminium Side Panels: 2mm brushed, anodised Aluminium Inner Frame: 1mm Steel, finish undecided Thermal Divider: 4mm Acrylic Features: Vertical and Horizontal orientation Horizontal orientation with vents on the bottom for placing underneath screens Easily modifiable Front I/O hidden behind door Footprint similar to TKL keyboard, fits in nearly every messenger bag or backpack Reversible PSU mount allows mounting PSU with cold side towards 2.5" drives Separated compartments allow components to get direct intake from the side and exhaust to the bottom, back and top without heating each other up Future Tasks: The thermal divider has to be prototyped to make accurate tests with the PSU possible. The design needs to be revised to fix issues discovered in the first prototype. The cable management solution and front mount are to be finalised, drawn and ordered. Same goes for the outer shell and front panel assemblies, but they have lower priority as they can be omitted or made by hand from wood.