Hmmmm... This might work only if the part of the radiator where the fittings are is less than 125mm in width.... The clearance of the frame behind the front panel is exactly 125mm, and the middle part between the side panels is 127mm...Just curious how tight the rad tollerances are.
Looking at 45mm options for rad+fans and you could either go something like EK SE240+15mm 120 fans or very nearly an XSPC TX240 which is 125mm wide and 20.5mm thick which technically makes it 1mm wider than the tollerances and .5mm taller - do you think it would squeeze in or not possible?
If there was a way to allow use of Noctua A12x25's then that'd be a win for custom watercoolers.
Well it wouldn't be a proper SFF system if it wasn't!Hmmmm... This might work only if the part of the radiator where the fittings are is less than 125mm in width.... The clearance of the frame behind the front panel is exactly 125mm, and the middle part between the side panels is 127mm...
In terms of height, the total clearance is 46.5mm... 1.5mm i have purposely kept for things like rubber anti-vibration pads and manufacturing tolerances...
So yes maybe, just maybe, you could, but would be a super tight fit...
I'm glad you like it!Any idea when prototype will go out to testers or first release? 1 year from now?
Definitely getting this case.
One of the things that I'm exploring with them is to have 1.5mm thick panels instead of the usual 1-1.2mm. This should give the panels a more premium feel and added sturdiness.A case smaller than the T1 but can hold a full custom loop in it? Now I’m interested. But knowing the Ncase (which is another product Lian-Li did the work) the aluminum is kinda flimsy to me with the V6 compare to the V5. I wonder how the prototype will feel though
Agree, making the panels too thin can make installation go wrong (I nearly bent the Ncase V6’s frame)One of the things that I'm exploring with them is to have 1.5mm thick panels instead of the usual 1-1.2mm. This should give the panels a more premium feel and added sturdiness.
Thanks!Sleek! Love the minimal approach without buttons/io/etc. Even the panels have no additional openings, mount points - love it! I am looking for such case!
- would you consider different feet style? Sort of like the newly designed M1 or Sliger SM5xx style?
- other options for the top panel; shed the screws and have a magnet/pins/etc?
- I know less is more, but a kensigton lock possibility in the back?
Can't wait to see more updates.
Yes you are correct in the PSU installation order.This is very cool and I'm looking forward to the first prototypes! I've got a couple of questions about the current design.
The PSU bracket is designed to be removable so the order of installation is remove bracket, attach PSU to bracket, secure bracket to bottom of case?
Currently the front panel is essentially decorative right? To hide the side panel "hooks" and clean up the lines? Any thoughts on making the front of the chassis (the part that will be covered by the snap I'm front panel) more interesting? Like mounting holes for pump res combos and such for those using a shorter GPU? Or having cutouts to pass SATA cables and SSD mounting holes (maybe accommodate 2 SSDs in the front. Of course I realize there is 0 space between front chassis and front panel, but perhaps an alternate deeper front panel can be available as an accessory for the storage obsessed among us. Other possibilities include IO front panel, integrated display front panel. All optional, as an extra cost accessory.