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Kapucha 1 month ago

I'm looking for PC horizontal case that will fit into this Furniture hole:


It is hard to find one. So I'm looking for the horizontal PC case that will support:

  • front intake 140mm fans with dust filter
  • back 140mm fan for output hot air (with optional dust filter too)
  • front optionally should have the possibility to add at least 280mm or longer radiator for water cooling.
  • the case must be working in horizontal mode
  • it could be nice if I have in front power button and some usb 3.0 ports.
  • should fit into this hole and occupy as much space as possible
  • should support micro-atx and mini atx
  • should support normal atx power supply with length at least 180mm
  • the case should have maximized height so I can put on my CPU 150mm height cooler.
  • I'm not interested in led's, glass panels at all.

Any advices?

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Phreakwars 5 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

140mm is 5.5", this only leaves 3/4" of space to the top not counting case width. I don't think that is do-able, but you should be able to squeeze in a 120mm AIO setup.

Perhaps the following case: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811144230

It stands 5.3" (134.6mm) high. This gives you some vent room on top, and, it will accept 2 120mm fans.

When you build in a restricted space like that, you wanna let air come in and go out from every direction possible, otherwise you get heat pockets. Doesn't matter if you run a rad or not.

Also, if interested, I did a small build guide for doing an ITX in a case that might be suitable for the area in question: https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/h6ZxFT/nmediapc-1800b-htpc-mini-itx-build-guide

Rin_Itoh 1 point 1 month ago

As I am sure you are away this is going to be an incredibly niche case to find. I think the best way to do this would be to ditch the AIO and use something like low-profile like a Cryorig C7. It is also going to be easier to use ITX as there are a ton of cases that would fit this need. Something like the Node 202 would be good.


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