New Jonsbo A4 SFF case in Pre-Production

SunnyHere

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new mass-production SFF case from Jonsbo

Product size: 169mm (W) * 273mm (H) * 340mm (D) (15.7L)
motherboard type: ITX
CPU coller height: 71mm
GPU length support: 325mm
Material:
top plate/ front panel / rear panel / bottom plate: 2mm aluminum-magnesium alloy
internal structure: 1.5mm blackened steel
side panel: 3.0mm full tempered glass
Hard disk support: 2*2.5+1*3.5
Front interface: POWER*1 USB3.0*1
Cooling system: top: 120mm*2\240mm AIO (optional) / bottom: 120mm*2 (optional)
Power support: SFX/SFX-L
PCI expansion slot: 2

Currently in pre-production stage. Mass-production expected in Sep.
Estimated Price ~120USD (w\o tax, PCIE cable included)

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Original Post(in chinese): https://www.chiphell.com/thread-2017128-1-1.html
 

Prothea

Trash Compacter
Aug 26, 2018
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It's not exactly anything new or unique, but I do like the minimal aesthetic here. And even if it is a bit larger than I'd like, Ive been thinking of moving my current MI6 to an HTPC and upsizing to an AIO + full size GPU
 

D GATEZ

Minimal Tinkerer
Jul 16, 2019
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Looks nice. But I want perforated metal side panel if it makes components more cooled. Or solid side panel may be able to provide enough air flow, i don't know.
 

Prothea

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Aug 26, 2018
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Looks nice. But I want perforated metal side panel if it makes components more cooled. Or solid side panel may be able to provide enough air flow, i don't know.
Yeah, a singular vented panel for the GPU side would have been my choice, but the price isn't too bad for what it is.
 
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D GATEZ

Minimal Tinkerer
Jul 16, 2019
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Oh I didn't notice there are estimated price. It would be nice if it's released at that price. Doesn't tempered glass cost more than aluminum panel? I personally don't need it if it just raises the price 😯
 

Maniac

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Oct 18, 2018
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Interesting case indeed. Like how they managed to get smaller footprint compared to Raijintek Ophion Evo. I usually don't like sandwitch style cases (like to have all my components in one chamber), but this & the Sliger are pretty sweet.

But as allways, looking only at the case you think "this is a nice, clean, case with plenty of room and potentialy nice airflow". Then you start looking at the build pics and the finished build. Damn things are cramed & packed. cables everywhere, covering allmost all of the fans. I especially didn't like how the aio tubes bent allmost 90 degrees, it hurts just looking at it.
 

Maniac

Average Stuffer
Oct 18, 2018
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Came across this site, more pics here as well. Looks like the case is available for purchase?
 

SunnyHere

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Jul 24, 2019
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Came across this site, more pics here as well. Looks like the case is available for purchase?
Yes. Multiple Reviews appeared already, mainly in Chinese though.
 

Poblopuablo

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Jan 14, 2018
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Would have been nice to support a 120mm aio under the PSU also. It would fit, if they would have opened the spine up a little more on the bottom. That would be perfect for a 120mm aio on GPU (kraken g12 or similar combo) and a 240mm for CPU. It could be modded but it's a shame they didn't support it out of the box. :(