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SPiC    14
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The idea to gather a small portable system unit had been visited by the head. Reviewed a huge number of mini-iTX cases, but did not pick up anything interesting. In some cases there were strict restrictions on the cooling system, in others it was impossible to install a full-size ATX power supply, the third were too huge, too many restrictions... 

 

The case is made of 2mm aluminum. Prototype - all sanded in one direction - looks, as thought, very brutal) Assembly on rivets, side covers with 4 screws. The handle of the case serves for carrying and at the same time is the base of the case, allowing large productive fans to pump cold air up. The bending machine, to which there is access, has its limitations and had to come up with a design with the possibility of bending on it, which led to an increase in the number of parts.

 

The Top Flow fan on the processor not only cools the stone itself, but also purges the VRM zone and RAM. Located above it 140mm fan helps him by pushing hot air out of the system.

 

The power supply unit takes cold air from the back wall and throws barely warm air up - with such power and efficiency of the power supply it does not strain at all and the air is called hot)

 

Compared to previous projects, the forms are quite simple, hence the name: Simple Case mk1.
So let's get started!)

 

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SPiC    14
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Personally, case was bent on the bending machine at work) Turned out nice, but got some shoals when you use specific old instrument (bending machine).
 

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SPiC    14
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In the evenings I work on the project called "Simple Case"...
P.S.: As I was told: "..with so many details, it is not Simple!!"

 

 

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"One of us must work with project, and I have a rest..."

 

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SPiC    14
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Drawings of the prototype of the 1st part were worked out, in particular increased space for thicker graphics cards, in particular ASUS Strix, MSI Gaming X. Changed the pattern on the body, which became easier to perceive, made several side covers, including glass.

Mod made of 2mm aluminum, riveted assembly, side covers with 4 screws. The handle of the case serves for carrying and at the same time is the base of the case, allowing large productive fans to pump cold air up. After bending and assembling the mod was given in powder coating. The color is heavy blue.

 

 

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SPiC    14
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Simple Case - final assembly video:

 

 

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SPiC    14
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Project TTX:
Motherboard: Fatal1ty X470 Gaming-ITX/ac (courtesy of ASRock)
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X with box cooler.
RAM: Kingston HyperX Predator 2x8Gb 3000Mhz.
Power supply: Cooler Master MWE 750 GOLD Fully Modular (courtesy of Cooler Master Russia)
Drive: Transcend 128Gb SSD NVMe 110S (courtesy of Transcend)
Two drives: Transcend SSD220S 240Gb SATA (provided by Transcend)
The 140mm cooler: Cooler Master MasterFan PRO c 140 native RGB controller (provided by Cooler Master Russia)
Video card: nVidia GTX 1080Ti Founders Edition

 

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