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    Default Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    So most of you know of the gaming rig I made last year.....kinda doesn't get much use with me working offshore and with the little one taking up most of my time

    Looking to transfer all the components into a cube atx case and just seeing if you guys knew of any that might fit a full size atx and gpu....so that I can take it to sea with me...I guess it would also have to accommodate a full size power supply too

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    Default Re: Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    ATX is the form factor so if you look at the types of cases you want and then check the spec of ATX and you can ignore MATX/Micro ATX, ITX etc. Any ATX case should fit an ATX mobo and the spec of each case should let you know about GPU/PSU. I had a quick look at the "compact cases" section on Scan and didn't see anything but I don't have any time right now to look elsewhere.


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    Default Re: Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    i found this. looks decent? - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Default Re: Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    If I remember correctly, you can weld? If so, have you thought about cutting a few pieces of a normal case (back panel and motherboard tray), and making your own custom enclosure?

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    Default Re: Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    Have you looked at the case?
    For a few quid more you can get one based on the same design, but with a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

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    Default Re: Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    unfortunately that case only supports mini-itx motherboards, not a full ATX

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    Default Re: Full atx mobo and large gpu in a portable case

    I tried to do to do this a few years ago and it turned out to be a fruitless task. Get a small form factor mobo for your cpu/ram and go from there, itll cost a bit more but it'll be so much more of what you want it to be. Assuming your graphics card aint huge but there are options for that too.
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