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post #1 of 83 (permalink) Old 12-07-2015, 03:24 PM - Thread Starter
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Here's a little teaser about the things I'm planing on cramming a custom sub20L case(19.98L).

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When I first saw the compact Splash I fell in love with it, but alas I was way late to the game so there were none left. I had tried to make one out of some steel at home but I found the air vents were pretty hard to replicate without fancy equipment (you know copying, the best form of flattery) so I gave that up. I have seen the Project mATX by Jeffinslaw, Project Artic by Auxilium, and Project Nova by Aibohphobia and wanted to do the same but also something different.

The case has support for ATX motherboards (7 slots), 360 rad(thin <30mm w/ 25mm fans), and a Full Size PSU. with 240 rad support up top.
I also designed this case to have some modularity with it, it can be inverted or not hence the project name. Also with an option to increase the size of the case for more options on the inside.

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Ek supremacy cpu block
Ek 120 se coolstream
Ek 360 se coolstream
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The case dimensions are 299 x 165 x 405 (LxWxH in mm)

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Sub-a-dubbed!

A sub20L, I must live under a rock as I have never heard of this case.

Haha I just recently finished designing it as a protoype. I did already notice something I would change though haha maybe in the next one. Plan on having another made.

Hope you enjoy the ride! smile.gif


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Hey thanks for coming along for the ride.

The project using the parts listed will be a little postponed until the new year. I have made minor revisions to the case, and I would like to have that made before I put the x99 system in it. I will take pictures of the current case that I have and what its capable within the next week. I will be putting an mini itx system in it for now.


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The project using the parts listed will be a little postponed until the new year.ImK7Kn
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The project using the parts listed will be a little postponed until the new year.ImK7Kn

Yeah I have to wait until the new case arrives before I proceed with that one.


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Sub-20l ATX? Yes. Please. How deep is the case - in other words, what size CPU cooler will fit?
I wonder if it's possible to flip the fans on blower-style GPU coolers... that seems like it would be a really good option for inverse-ATX if you've got top exhaust.
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