This is a 3D printable mini ITX PC case that's powerful for its size. Perfect for gaming/workstation. Only 248x192x91mm in size with a total volume of 4.3 liters and have a power supply inside. I believe this is the smallest 1080p gaming capable PC with a dedicated graphics card and power supply inside. How is the performance? Blazing great thanks to the Ryzen and 1050TI, all games runs on med-high on 1080p. And the thermal never exceed 77 degrees on my 24 hours 100% load test (Tested using mining software on both CPU and GPU)
- Easily printable with any 3d printer with a build area larger than 200 * 200 mm (I used Anet A8 printer)
- Really cheap when you already have a 3D printer. Total build cost should not exceed $500 because of the price effective parts (really important to me), Even if you decide to upgrade the SSD
- Smallest in its class. Ultra-portable, don't need to bring along bulky power brick.
- Show off to friends, when else can you say you have 3D printed your gaming PC
- Fun to build
- Limited part compatibility, Only fit low profile graphics cards.
- Not the best cable management. I suggest shortening the PSU cables if you have solder and patience.
- RGB needs to be DIYed
- Printed using PETG material to ensure case can withstand the heat generated by the electronics. PLA/ABS might work, but not yet tested.
- The STL files are not in the right orientation. Rotate the parts accordingly, should be pretty intuitive
- Support only needed on Front_Cover to ensure good bridging on the 2.5 inch SSD slot. And optionally on the PSU case for the fan exhaust and cable chord
- 30% infill is what I used, but you can go as low as 20% and still get a pretty good result
- Long but really easy print with a minimal amount of supports
Required PC Part:
- Note that these are the part that I use for my build. Other parts might/might not be compatible.
- The CPU fan inlet is designed for AMD Wraith Stealth stock cooler that came with Ryzen 3 or Ryzen 5 1400.
- Can only fit low profile graphics cards such as 1050 lp or 1050 TI lp. For maximum performance in low profile range, currently, 1050 TI lp is recommended (until Nvidia/AMD release new lp graphics card)
- Can only fit mini ITX/Flex ATX power supply. The one I used has proven to be reliable from the 3 months I used it under heavy load. And yes 300 watt is sufficient for this build.
- Fits 1 2.5 inch storage and 1 M.2 SSD.
- RGB LED is optional and does not come with any of the parts. I used a spare 12 V LED strip that can be directly connected to the motherboard.
Fun fact: I designed the PC case on the PC for the PC.