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Custom MITX Case

post #1 of 5
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So i really want to get into the MITX builds but i have never been able to find a case i like. i want a sff but dont want to sacrifice aesthetics and being able to see my hardware. So i have decided to design my own case. its still in progress but id like some feedback.

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Edited by No Hands 55 - 3/30/14 at 11:33am
post #2 of 5
Looks very much like a 250D on its side.
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Originally Posted by subtec View Post

Looks very much like a 250D on its side.

thats kinda the plan. i was really wanting a corsair air 540 but in mitx form, you can see the inspiration. now its just finding out if anyone sees anything that could be fixed and figuring out what material i want to use and the best way to build it
post #4 of 5
Nice idea. I have plans for a custom case myself but with an emphasis on being easy to build.

Looks like you are wanting an all-metal constructor for your case. In some angles it is hard to see where the case ends and the hardware begins. Such as the front fan area, or the top rad area. It seems like the parts are sitting flush with the outside, and you'd want to add some thickness to the case material to have more accurate measurments.
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Originally Posted by ccRicers View Post

Nice idea. I have plans for a custom case myself but with an emphasis on being easy to build.

Looks like you are wanting an all-metal constructor for your case. In some angles it is hard to see where the case ends and the hardware begins. Such as the front fan area, or the top rad area. It seems like the parts are sitting flush with the outside, and you'd want to add some thickness to the case material to have more accurate measurments.

yeh that is just temporary until i add mesh to the mock up, i just have them flush so you can see where they are at from the outside of the case
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