Final specs: 191 mm x 156 mm x 218 mm external dimension. 6.5L
CPU Cooler: 71mm with SFX PSU, 135mm without
GPU: Up to 172mm length (or a bit longer if you're willing to fiddle with it more), max 30 mm heigh over reference size including power connector.
Fan support: Up to 140mm with single slot...
Hello fellow members. I'd like to introduce the next case to the PURE family of cases. The specs are as follows:
175mm Dual Slot, Max 25mm over ref. height (including power connector) GPU
SFX power supply support, External HDPLEX 400 AC-DC support,
C6 power entry, 12mm...
It's live now. https://j-hackcompany.com/
First batch is for sale. Black and white in limited quantities. Had some QC issues, so a couple of them didn't make it.
Finish is in matte black/black, or matte black + gloss white.
AC-DC kits available.
You can build your own. G4560 + RX 570 is a little weaker than Xbox One X. For PCs, you generally pay upfront $100-200 if you're looking for same performance, that is saved back through PC sales and mostly free online.
Tip: don't get the M22. Get the rosewill version which had a slimmer cpu block.
Here is mine with the rosewill PB120. Using a thermalright fan to cool the motherboard area. 65C gaming run on 2600X.
Is a pain to install. Had to remove the PCIE riser board. I recommend Dancase shave off 2mm...
I had a 4L design, but that is on hold. For my second project, I am trying to differentiate from L4. I will likely revisit a design similar to L4 in the future, but I'd like a design that i can also use as a daily driver.
Up to 84mm CPU cooler with LP or reference height GPU.
FLEX ATX /...
Yeah. It'll be powder coated. Since I'm doing small runs there will be more color choices than just black. For the sample, I'm trying to go for a two tone color scheme.
The ISK does have the shortfall of not being well ventilated as well.
I'll have to think about implementing Vesa mount but...
48mm cpu cooler height
Flexible compartment for installing:
3x 2.5SSD OR
Meanwell RPS 200-12-C
2x 60x60x25mm fans
Currently the project has been sent to prototyping, so I should get a couple samples a few weeks.
Currently there are many similar...
1. You don't really need an nvme drive. A sata based drive is plenty fast.
2. A 650W gold psu is not necessary for a cpu that consumes 120W.
3. RAM performance is important but you should be looking for the best value at speeds. You don't nearly as much performance when you aren't playing games.
I think 4L is my goal as well. I'd love to design one that can handle a 1080 and a 6 core cpu.
I think the ventilation design can be massively improved but a layout like custom mod that outlined above is the only way.
Baby steps. :)
I have a rosewill PB120, which is the same as the Nzxt M22 and the idle performance is very good.
This is the first AIO I've owned and I was quite surprised how quiet it was at idle. I'm not sure if this is the norm for other coolers. Perhaps there is a very wide variance of your pump is good...
The 3D printed adapters I designed mate to the C7 without modifications or zip ties.
How do you think the user would mount the 120mm fan to the C7 with the products you listed?
On an off note, I would not recommend the 120mm overall as most of the airflow generated is on the tips.
1. I use onshape. Pretty similar to solid works.
2. I like the Mk3. It has lots of user friendly features. If you value your time then you should just buy the Mk3. It is an excellent all around value.
3. I wouldn't buy one unless you have a need or time to use it. There's a lot of maintenance...
L9a Almost ready for release. Let me know if you'd like to use this with a 120 x 15mm or 120 x 25mm.
Spec is at 4mm height to clear RAM. Naked RAM is recommended. 6mm version to clear LPX RAM kits, i think.
Alright, some good news, and some bad news.
The good news is: the distro works very well, and fits perfectly inside the dancase. I will be making some very nice changes to tidy up the look of the board, and will hopefully get second set of prototype in a month or so.
The bad news is the sync...
You are welcome. :)
Using the term blueprint may cause confusion, as blueprints imply a 2d floor map, instead of a 3d model.
If you are referring to use a shroud for the C7, there is none because the C7 takes up the max clearance for the cpu cooler already.
Glad it worked out for you.
I did not make the height to be used with the T318 but I will add a shorter version when I get a chance. I measured the T318 + adapter to be 30mm. You would need a 3mm shroud instead (47-48mm total height) though I would say it's not really necessary as the fan is...
It is for NH-L9.
LP53 with NF-A9x14 and fan adapter is about 44mm (measured). It is only 4mm away from side panel, so a shroud may not be worth the effect. I can easily add a 4mm version, it does not take much time. Would you like one?
I am working on the side bracket right now.
This is the main side bracket and here's what I'm looking to support:
2x 2.5SSD on bracket Or Meanwell 200W
140mm, or 120mm + meanwell/2.5SSD
There will also be an additional top bracket to support SSDs, but it will block the use of a top...
The fan shroud I used can be downloaded here:
All my 3d designs are available FREE for personal use/download as noncommercial. I just ask that you support my shop if you don't have access to a local printer. shop.j-hackcompany.com