Same question for me. The original 540 concept was supposed to be only 11 liters I think. I to would really like a very compact air cooled case.This question is probably too soon, or in the wrong place, but will there be a vertical case made smaller than the sv540?
I'll also argue that the sv540 will be the best looking vertical case when it becomes available out
I believe Sliger is middle of modifications and tweaks to their SV540, but there was a post made on the sffpc subreddit with updated SV540 about 20 days ago.Will the SV540 accommodate an SFX-L PSU?
I second that, would love to know more about the SV540 and it's expected availability.Hey there,
I'm super hyped for the SV540 since the 590 is just too large for my tasting and I want to build my first SFF pc!
Was just wondering if you can give us a small update on the schedule for the SV540 since it's the last day of the month?
I've seen you mentioning a early bird special, will there be a way for europeans to participate?
the last thing I read, is that it supports up to a 3 slot GPU, since it is mostly a shorter SV590, so your card should be fine, but you need to watch out length wise
awesome, I have a couple of the phanteks r220’s kicking around from an old build, maybe I can use one of those instead of the ghetto alphacool Eisstation I have in there now.Since people have asked: Here's the design made in TinkerCad to mount the Phanteks R160. You can edit it yourself to tweak your screw spacing. My print shrunk a little when it cooled, so I heated up screws to mount the reservoir (I think those are M2.5 screws or M3) and used fan screws on the bottom since they're good at holding plastic. https://www.tinkercad.com/things/7UTTfNuBAv8-phanteks-r160-mount-for-sliger-sv590