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XTIA Xproto-ATX case

Regular price
$185.00 USD
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$185.00 USD
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 We will enter the Spring Festival holiday from January 20, 2022 to February 8, 2022. During this period, we have no way to send overseas orders.  


Customers can still place orders during the holidays. We will provide a delay compensation gift pack for orders placed during the holiday period.

 

For more details please click the link below

https://xtia.design/blogs/%E6%96%B0%E9%97%BB/xtia-chinese-new-year-holiday-arrangement-including-pre-sale-compensation

 

 

We have been thinking about how to use the SFF concept to design an ATX layout, to reduce the hardware requirements of the butterfly structure


The first batches have been sold out.

Orders after January 11 will be sent  after Chinese New Year ( Around end of Feb.or earlier)

 

A PCI-E extension cable (PCIE 3.0) in vertical mounting mode will be given to all orders before March.   (Can fit  ATX, MATX, DTX, ITX MB ) 


PCIe 4.0 cable (Linkup customized 17cm single reverse) for Xproto-ATX will be available later.

 

Features

 

1:Compatible with ATX motherboard

2:The smallest volume *(Need to use 240 water cooling and no more than 28CM graphics card)is less than 17L

3:Continuation of the XTIA butterfly structure 2.0 design

4:Comes with hidden handle design and all brackets

5:All aluminum CNC machined (No steel parts) ,Total weight less than 2KG

6:  Handle/ All bracket in the images  are included,no need to buy extra


Compatible hardware

MoBo:            ATX/MATX/DTX      (Not compatible with EATX motherboard)

                    

PSU:             All size ATX PSU.  SFX PSU needs SFX to ATX adapter

Storage:       Maximum 2.5*3 /3.5 *2 HDD/SSD   Related to PSU length +M.2

Water Cooling:      240 AIO(Recommend,Back,Side),   280AIO (Back,Side), 360AIO (Side),420AIO (Side)

                       Note: that the side water-cooled bracket will limit the length of the graphics card( 28CM Max.) ,280 AIO installed behind the motherboard will protrude from the chassis