Computer cupboard with space for large video cards should fit behind monitor




Irish start-up Crono Labs has an IndieGoGo campaign set up a computer case where an matx- or mini-ITX motherboards, to 26.67 centimeters long graphics card and an ATX power supply fits. The cabinet must confirm with VESA mounts are on a computer monitor.

The case, called the Crono Labs C1 Case is designed to provide the user with more space on or under his desk. The cabinet is 446mm long, 270mm high and 122mm wide. The housing has its own weighted base, and the base of the monitor is not used. On the inside there’s room for two 3.5 “drives, two 2.5” drives, a low-profile CPU cooler, an ATX power supply and four 120mm fans. Who wants water cooling, which should be used in combination with a mini-ITX motherboard. Then there is room for both 120mm and a 240mm cooler cooler. The maximum space lengthwise for a video card, 26.67 centimeters, for example, the exact length of an Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan.

The housing has a handle for easy transportation and where the plate is attached to the motherboard, which is higher in relation to the outer panel of the housing. For example, cables can be optionally passed beneath the motherboard. The motherboard is positioned so that the I / O panel faces downwards so that the cables as little as possible in the way. Furthermore, the Irish deliver a short VGA, HDMI and power splitter. The makers say upon which monitors larger than 27 inches may pose a stability problem.


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