ITX tray with modular PCI and PSU, price check!

Hello case modders and DIY builders!

Here is my DIY ITX frame / testbench kit.

Current version on production and stock:
v1.337 rev.2 + FULL option parts.


Modular ITX tray kit with PCI-E frame that goes in vertical, horizontal and inverted horizontal position. :cool:

Lasercut from 2mm aluminium.

Pic 2-5 from prototype others from production model.

Made and shipped from Finland.

Price with shipping included:

Europe:


59€ / priority shipping
65€ / Expres priority with tracking


Worldwide:

83USD priority shipping
95USD Expres priority with tracking

(possible custom charges for the buyer.)


Paypal or european SEPA bank transfer accepted.

Special, 1 ITX tray kit only for this price! :
1337 pine cones shipped to me + 13,37€ for my lunch
= I will send one ITX kit to you with priority shipping.


Kit includes:
-ITX tray, motherboard standoffs installed
-PCI-E frame and horizontal brackets
-One PSU frame (choose ATX or SFX)
-Some small brackets for SSD etc.
-The multibracket (Can be used in one of these ways: 240rad mount as pictured(this option requires bending), 3,5HDD or VESA100 to CPU cutout as pictured, 120-140mm fan adapter, 3,5"HDD to 120/140mm fan (slot) bracket) does not include screws.

currently supplied with 10x standard case screws for PCI-E frame to ITX tray attachment, psu mounting etc... Also comes with motherboard standoffs (installed) and MB screws.

The ITX v1.337 kit, SFX PSU frame,
with full option parts:


The ITX v1.337 kit, ATX PSU frame,
with full option parts:

(With SFX inner frame, remove for ATX PSU)

How to get one, just. send me a PM
-or reply here without your personal information.
Choose SFX or ATX frame.

And here is quick review of parts and quick quide of NATi ITX kit with SFX frame

e: updates
Shipping option economy has been removed from the Post office, available are priority and Expres :)
 
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NATi

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are these ready to be painted and or powder coated?

For normal finish, just Wash and paint.

There may be some scracthes or cutting residue from manufacturing, so if you need "mirror finish" some prepwork can be needed.

If I would paint one for myself today, I would just paint with no prepwork, or just check for sharp edges with sandpaper, nothing more.
 

NATi

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Hello,

Thank you for your interest.

Yes, Some stock is in house, but the 4x I-bracket is not available at the moment. (Due to stock/order error, my bad -> 5€ discount available)

All other parts I should have ready to ship.

Jani
 

Darkend

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Sep 28, 2018
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Great, only a question. When will the 4x I-bracket be available? If in a month I could wait (I need it too, but it's not fundamental).
 

Darkend

Efficiency Noob
Sep 28, 2018
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Please send me payment address, I'll take a ATX PSU frame with no 4x I-bracket (59€-5€=54€, right?).
 

NATi

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Didnt know this exist. Anyone made personal custom case with these?

There are a lot of cases build with these, here is example from finland:
https://bbs.io-tech.fi/threads/nati-proto-designed-by-av-mod.47627/page-3

And very good example from sffforum how yo mod the tray to fit you needs, just use the PCI and MB attach screw and IO area as is, mod all else, it will still work :)
https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/my-ryzen-scratch-build-hackintosh.3630/

Jani
 

NATi

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This project is meant to hold the parts in the position that you need to put them in you custom case. Aluminium is soft to work with, cut and grind. But 2mm thickness keeps the frame from bending too easily. But remember to attach frame parts to your diy/modded case frame to keep things rigid.
 

brbbq

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Apr 27, 2017
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Hi! i am really interested in your product! Are you still making it? Btw, I have a Silverstone NT06pro cooler, it is 82mm tall, could i use an ATX power supply above the motherboard with this cooler? TY!
 

NATi

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Hi! i am really interested in your product! Are you still making it? Btw, I have a Silverstone NT06pro cooler, it is 82mm tall, could i use an ATX power supply above the motherboard with this cooler? TY!

Hello, I still make these kits. There are a handful all ready for shipment. But the ATX frame is out of stock. (1frame isiwaiting for confirmation, maybe released for others to buy.)

If you want to mount the power supply above the motherboard/cpu cooler, you need to make a frame to hold the psu higher. The ITX tray mounting over IO opening only supports very low profile coolers.

Rule of thumb:

If your current/desired cooler is higher than IO-opening area, You cannot mount PSU on top of my itx mb tray without putting psu higher with your own brackets.
 

Dstrm

Chassis Packer
Feb 8, 2019
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Hey NATi, interested in building an under desk mounted computer with a flat ITX layout. Are you still selling these?
 

NATi

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Hey NATi, interested in building an under desk mounted computer with a flat ITX layout. Are you still selling these?

The v1.337 rev2 is currently sold out.

Next batch I intend to make something not so modular but new....

Flat tray version (SFX-ITX-GPU)
/Confirmed march19
Preorder starts when I have the proto in pictures, if you want to (maybe preorder) like this message ;P

Standard tray version
ATX-SFX
I
T
X+GPU
/Spring19

(+ Extra ver. With full frame for basic ITX case.) Maybe...
 

Tazpr

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Aug 7, 2018
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Hey Jani,
I know these are still a couple of weeks off (exactly 2 weeks by the look of it) but I was wondering if the new design would allow mounting on sliding rails?

Say you wanted to be able to detach and reattach to a specific mount, would it be possible to have the case slide into a simple rail design which can be held in place with screws at either end?
I feel like this could open up potential case directions, such as constructing timber or acrylic shells and just slotting a system straight in.