With the launch of the new Ryzen APUs I thought this was worth re-visiting (there's an old thread here). I have an ISK 110 here I was thinking of using for a build, but it's questionable whether the Wraith Stealth (53.4mm) will fit in it. I seem to recall having an Intel setup in one a while back, using Intel's stock cooler (not the thin one) and it was a close fit. This is taller by about 8mm I think. I'll probably wind up picking up a motherboard and APU to try out anyways, but the ISK 110 doesn't seem to be readily available anymore and it seems a lot of ITX cases are larger than it these days, so even if it fits (again, I don't think it will), I imagine others might be looking for something similar that they can actually buy. IN Win had the Chopin a year or so ago, but the Wraith Stealth won't fit (they say 43mm to the side panel) anyways. The Akasa "Crypto X1" is questionable - says the total system height is 76mm so I don't think it would fit. There's the Mini-Box M300, an older case, but with the ability to have a PCI card on a riser above the motherboard it's possible there's enough clearance for it. There's the Realan W-80; their website specifically states it supports a "MB radiator" (I assume they mean heatsink) 54mm and under, and you can use 2x2.5" drives in that config. That might be an option, but it's disappeared from Newegg, where it says it was sold by Realan Technology, and if you click on the seller link they "can't be found" (and there's a verified owner review posted less than a week ago, so not sure what that's all about). There's also the Iwill HT80 (also known as the MS-tech MC80), again, not really available anymore, but it at least looks like it would have fit (but that has an optical drive slot and an integrated IR receiver, so it winds up being a little bigger). Anyways, what else is out there? I know there are plenty of larger cases that would work (ISK 300, any number of the ITX cases on Newegg) but I'm wondering how SFF it can go.