It's not the magnets strength that most people have had issues with, its the adhesive coming off after prolonged heating. To maximize their hold, clean the panel with Acetone and then isopropyl alcohol before sticking down the strips, then put a heavy object on them for an hour or so. My V1.0 beta held out under daily HTPC/Gaming loads for more than a year without issues, but eventually on a particularly hot day gave out. You can always put a few dots of super glue on to enhance the hold as well, but I ended up epoxying on some N52 NdFeB magnets as I started hauling it around to LAN.So the weak magnetic side panels are a main complaint I read online. How bad is it really?
Please make it happen! Kinda hard to find an aesthetically pleasing SFF case with 55-60mm thick GPU yet. With many of the aftermarket cards that are thicker than 2-slot (especially in Asia), I'm sure there is a market for it.Probably not with Steck but in a separate product
All screws for Steck should be M3@Nouvolo - what is the thread on the thumbscrews for the stack side panel. I'm building out a custom loop and my GPU + fittings are too thick for the case. I want to design 3d print a set of standoffs to make it fit. My 6/32 and M3 screws don't thread into the mount points on the case so I'm not sure what screws I should be using here.