Prototype REVOCCASES RCC-BIG560 | custom BTO case | maximum flexibility for high end hardware in <20L

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RCC-BIG560 | custom BTO case | maximum flexibility for high end hardware in <20L









  • 335D x 328H x 180W (ca. 19.8L)
  • traditional layout, no riser
  • mini-ITX, mini-DTX, deep-ITX, full size mini-ATX
  • SFX, SFX-L (can be mounted in different positions)
  • dual 280mm radiator support top/bottom
  • side bracket for two 140mm fans (maybe third radiator?)
  • lots of space for creative ideas and multiple mounting points for custom loop components
  • BTO (build to order) and open source (drawings will be uploaded here on sff.network)
clearance for components:





 
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UrbanFox

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This is excellent.

There are no cases for 2-х 280 mm radiators on the market, except for
Winter One (which is not available ( in black) and
DICE (which is not available)

I subscribe to this thread
 
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For cable management I agree.

For airflow / thermals I prefer that the PSU exhausts directly out of the case.

I could offer both options so you can flip reservoir / PSU positions. ;)
 

biopunk

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Are you set on classic layout? I think with sandwich layout the airflow should be considerably better and volume could be in the range of 14-15L.
 

morj

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My two cents: you can drop X-flow, for sure. HW Labs radiators are nice IMO, so worth supporting them. I would also love an option to relocate the PSU to where the pump is in your sketches (to free up space for the third rad on the side).
 
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Are you set on classic layout? I think with sandwich layout the airflow should be considerably better and volume could be in the range of 14-15L.

I went for traditional layout because I heard from quite some people that they are just more comfortable with a riser-less layout when doing a custom loop like this. Also I wanted the case to be affordable, a PCIe 4.0 riser would drive the price tag in the EUR 200,- range.

Airflow will be worse, sure, but let's see how/if that actually impacts overall performance.

I think with the W1 we already have a very good (probably the best) dual 280mm sandwich case. Maybe the BIG560 will become an worthy classic layout alternative for the community.
 

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Shrink Ray Wielder
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My two cents: you can drop X-flow, for sure. HW Labs radiators are nice IMO, so worth supporting them. I would also love an option to relocate the PSU to where the pump is in your sketches (to free up space for the third rad on the side).

X-Flow is dropped, doesn't make much sense. ;)

Triple 280? Wait... Let me make a draft of that! :p