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Mini-ITX/Mini-DTX Case Full size GPU

by koriwi Jul 17, 2019
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Do you have some Fusion 360 (.f3d) Files for modifying it ?

By the way Nice Design.

this is amazing and I would be very interested in printing it! Anyway to make it a 3 slot gpu or get access to the files to make a remix?

Love the design, nearly finished printing it. Just 2 questions regarding it.
Did you tap the holes for the screws? And what did you use to glue it together?
Many Thanks

Hi, I used epoxy and i didnt tap the holes. If the holes are to small because of overextrusion, just heat the screw with a light and screw it in :)

Hi! Could I possibly get the step files to modify please?

This is such am amazing Design! Is there any way that you can make the case slightly shorter? Right now, it cannot be printed upright on my Prusa i3 MK3s, because it has a height of 217mm and the maximum height of the printer is 210mm. Is there a way that you could remove 7mm from the bottom? A lot more people would be able to print it!

this should be possible. i can have a look this weekend. nice find :)

Is it possible to get a revision on the bottom without the feet? Amazing design gonna check it out to hold me over until my Dan A4

I hole to find some time to make the new sidepanels and the bottom without feet this week.

Given that the side panels are too large to be printed together on the popular Ender 3, could you provide one an stl of just one of the side panels for me to print 4 times?

sorry it took so long. but please check the updated version and description now :)

oh sorry, i forgot to split them.
i will update the sidepanels this week :)
Hope everything still worked out for you!

I will be starting to print this. Looks awesome! What size screws/hardware did you use? Thanks!

i just added more photos and updated the description

I used standard computer power supply screws because i have more than enough of them at home. but the holes should fit any standard pc screw (hdd, motherboard, PSU)

Thanks for replying. I have printed some of the parts already but I am taking my time. I have tried a motherboard screw on the motherboard standoff and it has cracked at one of the layers. I'll be covering it up with epoxy to strengthen it up before I sand and paint.

How has it been handling the cpu and gpu temps? Has it affected strength of the case? This looks awesome btw.

Looks awesome

Thank you :) I hope you like it. I'm gonna print it again in white and having almost perfect settings for my printer. I can post nice pictures then and maybe a video.

I would really appreciate it if you would post a make!

In another comment, i posted my temps if you are curious

No Prob.
In which orientation did you print the part? Could you link some pics?
For me it cracked nowhere and it is strong as hell. Sometimes i rest my feet on it and all that happened was that the glue cracked loose at the seams at the top. Even though I'm still using the second prototype (this version is slightly enhanced in several parts) and I was very new to 3d printing so my settings were pretty bad for my printer it held up perfectly since 6 months or more.

Posted a make already. I haven't glued anything yet. Mine cracked on some of the motherboard and side panel holes for the screws.

Printed using PLA for the main body and tried PETG for the bottom parts all with different settings but I think all of this should hold. Just thinking if I want to go full transparent filament and not paint over this. Looks awesome!

Nice! Why does the thingiverse app not give me notifications :/

Hello,great project ! what's the maximum size of GPU ? thank you

I got a 1070 strix which has these measurements.

11.73 " x 5.28 " x 1.57 " inch
29.8 x 13.4 x4 cm

You shouldn't use a gpu thats much longer.
But a little bit thicker and higher is ok. But not by much.
I will upload more images later this day.
Sorry for late reply. Was away for a few days :)

thanks for your answer, do you use sfx power supply ? or sfx-l. do you have more photos ?

i just added more photos and updated the description

yes. sfx power supply. there is the sfx-psu.stl file which you just need to glue (or double sided tape worked for me) into the case where you need it.
sfx-l could fit, but then you should use a modular one and an angled rubber connector plug

I plan on printing this next, how douse it poform with the heat of the gpu and cpu?

Sorry for late reply

My delidded 6700k (not overclocked) with a big shuriken 2 rev b has temps in the low 40s °c while gaming at 1440p with a 1070 strix.
While playing dirt rally 3 at Max settings I have mid to high 60s with 25c° ambient here in Germany.
Delta to Ambient:
CPU: 16°C
GPU: 45°C