After my first scratch case build earlier this year, I have been forming an idea in my head for something, something new, bigger, better. I began to piece together my thoughts on paper, little sketches here and there, a note or two for myself to look back on. You should see my notebook, its a jumbled mess lol but I have been working for a few months, piecing together a good idea. Ive had about 16 revisions to my plans, but finally, I was left with a set of plans I am proud of.
This case will be all acrylic with custom machined aluminum case feet, potentially space for 2x360mm radiators (one above the motherboard, and one behind the front panel) and 2x240mm radiators (at the bottom underneath the psu shroud and potentially there will be mounting holes for one to be mounted next to the I/O ports). The front panel also has fins which will be back lit by a red led panel assembly. Behind the motherboard will be another red led panel assembly for back lighting of the motherboard.
Since the beginning, this was a case for watercooling. With the massive radiator capabilities (and a few other features which will be disclosed soon ) there will be many options for mounting various types of hardware.
Named after my first case (Fire-M9) this project is the continuation of a design theme. I plan to continue making cases and other modding projects in the future, as it would seem I have caught the bug
Anyway, enough of my idle chatter. This case isnt all about it's technical specs, the visual appeal is equally important!
(I apologize for the quality of the rendering, AutoCAD is a pain to render in)