Prototyping J-HACK PURE X - 4.3L LP GPU chassis with FLEX support

annasoh323

Master of Cramming
Apr 4, 2018
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Up to DTX motherboard
<everyone starts leerily eyeing each other to see who's going to be the first person to try to stick the Asus ROG Impact Crosshair VIII in here>

It's funny: My brother is staying up all night to help watch over some things at church. He said he was going to bring his laptop. Someone else, last year, brought his big honking desktop and two monitors. So, my brother said something like, "I can see why mini ITX has its appeal." I took the opportunity to preach the good news of cases like this one. One day, he'll take the bait...
 
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the1q

Cable Smoosher
Jun 3, 2019
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This would be perfect for building a Hackintosh with a LP AMD card since it has native OS support. Running a Deskmini now and the Intel IGPU is...finicky.
 

rcradiator

Average Stuffer
Feb 23, 2018
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This would be perfect for building a Hackintosh with a LP AMD card since it has native OS support. Running a Deskmini now and the Intel IGPU is...finicky.
That's odd. Aren't there loads of Macs using Intel iGPUS, including the current iMacs which use the 6 and 8 core Coffee Lake cpus? I'm not too familiar with Hackintoshes, but I would assume that Intel iGPUs would be one of the best supported parts of the build?
 

the1q

Cable Smoosher
Jun 3, 2019
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That's odd. Aren't there loads of Macs using Intel iGPUS, including the current iMacs which use the 6 and 8 core Coffee Lake cpus? I'm not too familiar with Hackintoshes, but I would assume that Intel iGPUs would be one of the best supported parts of the build?
You are right. I'm still on Kaby Lake i7. Still, a discreet Radeon would be much better for pro apps.
 

lorenavedon

Case Bender
Jul 20, 2019
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Great case, can't wait to order one.
How about some vent holes in the front to mount 2 x 80mm fans blowing across the CPU/board and vent out the back?