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Why does everyone want to go bigger, this case is about it being so small, and that's what you should like about it.

personally, I want it small, but because silverstone PSU's aren't retailed here in Norway (atleast not the SFX ones I would need), for me to take place in this custom goodness, I would have needed to buy it from somewhere else (too expensive for me...) or i could have found a way to mount an ATX psu in the case (Jeffinslaw is working on it, you just gotta love his dedication biggrin.gif )
Edited by Spenning - 11/9/15 at 6:15am
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personally, I want it small, but because silverstone PSU's aren't retailed here in Norway (atleast not the SFX ones), for me to take place in this custom goodness, I would have needed to buy it from somewhere else (too expensive for me...) or i could have found a way to mount an ATX psu in the case (Jeffinslaw is working on it, you just gotta love his dedication biggrin.gif )

Can't you just get one from Sweden, or even Germany?
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Can't you just get one from Sweden, or even Germany?
As of now, Komplett.no/dk/se is dominating in scandinavia, and they don't sell them (actually they don't sell anything from Silverstone, at all!) The reason for this dominance is because others can't match them in price, or the time it takes for them to deliver, which has lead to them gaining dominance, and therefor they have at least all the same things as others, if not more. With a 11 million or so in Scandinavia, the modding community isn't big, and most people prefer prebuilts, because it's cheaper, easier, and even faster to get in some cases, so the amount of different brands isn't big (mostly Corsair or Evga). Therefor I would need to get it from germany, finland or Great-britain. most won't even ship here, so the chance of finding a retailer that will ship to Ålesund, møre og romsdal, Norway is small, if not minimal sad-smiley-002.gif
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post

What about a pedistal. Could cut it out for rads//larger psu.


Sell it as an accessory but in the main case put a blanking plate in the bottom with some holes for tube passthrough.

That will be a no lol. That would require a case redesign and then another prototype. I'm not trying to compete with Caselabs biggrin.gif

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Why does everyone want to go bigger, this case is about it being so small, and that's what you should like about it.

Agreed. I'm sticking to my guns on this case. No redesigns, and full size ATX PSUs won't fit. They will fit if you don't use a radiator on the front but then that defeats the purpose of this case. So no PSU mounting bracket will be designed.

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Originally Posted by willemdoom View Post

Why does everyone want to go bigger, this case is about it being so small, and that's what you should like about it.

personally, I want it small, but because silverstone PSU's aren't retailed here in Norway (atleast not the SFX ones), for me to take place in this custom goodness, I would have needed to buy it from somewhere else (too expensive for me...) or i could have found a way to mount an ATX psu in the case (Jeffinslaw is working on it, you just gotta love his dedication biggrin.gif )
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Can't you just get one from Sweden, or even Germany?
As of now, Komplett.no/dk/se is dominating in scandinavia, and they don't sell them (actually they don't sell anything from Silverstone, at all!) The reason for this dominance is because others can't match them in price, or the time it takes for them to deliver, which has lead to them gaining dominance, and therefor they have at least all the same things as others, if not more. With a 11 million or so in Scandinavia, the modding community isn't big, and most people prefer prebuilts, because it's cheaper, easier, and even faster to get in some cases, so the amount of different brands isn't big (mostly Corsair or Evga). Therefor I would need to get it from germany, finland or Great-britain. most won't even ship here, so the chance of finding a retailer that will ship to Ålesund, møre og romsdal, Norway is small, if not minimal sad-smiley-002.gif

It sounds like you're going to have to import from somewhere else frown.gif full size PSUs won't fit in this case if you want to water cool.

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It sounds like you're going to have to import from somewhere else frown.gif full size PSUs won't fit in this case if you want to water cool.

-Jeffinslaw

Wouldn't one 240 rad fit? and could I get the dimensions? I know they are in here somewhere, but I can't find them sad-smiley-002.gif

EDIT: It looks like I could fit 2 rads, plus an atx psu and dual fury's if I mod it enough (Fury's because of their short length) biggrin.gif
Edited by Spenning - 11/8/15 at 10:43pm
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Agreed. I'm sticking to my guns on this case. No redesigns, and full size ATX PSUs won't fit. They will fit if you don't use a radiator on the front but then that defeats the purpose of this case. So no PSU mounting bracket will be designed.

-Jeffinslaw

Very good to hear that thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
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Dying to see that Artisan page pop up wink.gif My wallet is ready tongue.gif

Got an idea already, including a glass side panel; If only my wallet allows a build in it too biggrin.gif
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As of now, Komplett.no/dk/se is dominating in scandinavia, and they don't sell them (actually they don't sell anything from Silverstone, at all!) The reason for this dominance is because others can't match them in price, or the time it takes for them to deliver, which has lead to them gaining dominance, and therefor they have at least all the same things as others, if not more. With a 11 million or so in Scandinavia, the modding community isn't big, and most people prefer prebuilts, because it's cheaper, easier, and even faster to get in some cases, so the amount of different brands isn't big (mostly Corsair or Evga). Therefor I would need to get it from germany, finland or Great-britain. most won't even ship here, so the chance of finding a retailer that will ship to Ålesund, møre og romsdal, Norway is small, if not minimal sad-smiley-002.gif

http://www.multicom.no/silverstone-netzteil-silverstone-sst-sx600-g-600w/cat-p/c/p7666636
https://www.proshop.no/Stroemforsyning-og-UPS/SFX-Series-SX600-G/2457089?utm_source=prisjakt&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=pricesite
https://www.proshop.no/Stroemforsyning-og-UPS/SFX-Series-SX500-LG/2473353?s=SilverStone+SFX
http://www.aquatuning.no/kabinett-und-hardware/psus/psus-air-cooled/18742/silverstone-sst-st45sf-g-v2-450w-sfx
https://www.proshop.no/Stroemforsyning-og-UPS/Strider-PSU-450W-SFX-80Plus-Bronze/2214958?s=SilverStone+SFX
http://www.aquatuning.no/18741/silverstone-sst-st45sf-v2-450w-sfx

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Did we end up getting a measurement from the cpu to the sfx psu? As in the space between for possible cpu air coolers?
    
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Did we end up getting a measurement from the cpu to the sfx psu? As in the space between for possible cpu air coolers?

Looks like there's plenty of space for low profile coolers. I have no doubt the Cryorig C7 or Noctua L9i, for example, would fit.

Possibly even the Noctua L9x65 or Cryorig C1.
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