Production RCC-THIN1 - a brickless thin mini ITX case with many possibilities (HTPC, NAS, APU, etc...)

REVOCCASES

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RCC-THIN1 is an enclosure for THIN MINI ITX builds.

Rock solid, made from 2mm / 5mm thick aluminum. Comes with a 19V / 130W internal power supply and ultra thin 65W TDP CPU cooler (Silverstone customized OEM model).

This case looks simple but offers many possibilities...

Example 1: Brickless HTPC
The case comes including a 130W 19V internal power supply. Additionally to the M.2 SSD on your motherboard you can install one more SATA SSD for your Movie and HiFi collection which makes it a nice and small HTPC.

Example 2: DIY NAS with total 5 SSDs
Instead of the internal power supply you can install a drive cage in the case holding 3 additional SSDs, makes total 4 SATA drives plus M.2 on your motherboard. Enough storage to build a home-server / NAS.

available build to order, lead time ca. 1-2 weeks





Build instructions:

1) get everything ready


2) connect all those cables


3) slide in that stuff


4) assemble the faceplates


Build Video:

 
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Is that PSU what I think it is? I think I have one of those in storage.

Nice case. I don't have a use for thin mini ITX right now, but this is really well executed. I had a similar plan but for regular ITX. Yours is smaller though!
 
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REVOCCASES

King of Cable Management
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Apr 2, 2020
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Is that PSU what I think it is? I think I have one of those in storage.

Nice case. I don't have a use for thin mini ITX right now, but this is really well executed. I had a similar plan but for regular ITX. Yours is smaller though!

Not sure what you think it is... ?

Thanks. Glad you like it. I know thin ITX is pretty niche but for an small APU build these boards are really interesting. And since AsRock seems not to have any plans releasing STX boards without their case...