We design and build custom computer cases and parts from scratch. You can use this web-app to configure a case layout in 3D for free. This is a simplified version of the design that we manufacture. If you like you can download the layout for your own home build. Alternatively contact us so we can go over details with you and produce a quote.

Custom PC Case 1
Custom PC Case 1
Custom PC Case 1
Custom PC Case 1

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Planned Changes as of 10th May 2019

  • Add power Supply Partition Sheet Metal Shelf
  • Add custom size acrylic distributor plate 20 mm thick.
  • More Detailed models of power supplies to show which side AC inlet is located
  • Add custom size CPU cooler block.
  • Make CPU coolers starting location be in correct place on motherboard.
  • Add SSI-EEB Motherboard.

Air cooled build from scratch.

Here is my custom build from scratch enclosure project. I started this project in June 2017 because I wanted a case that could take a full size ATX motherboard, power supply and full size graphics cards. However with no 3.5" drives, optical drives or water cooling to keep it small, light weight and quiet. Since a case that met these requirements did not exist I decided to design and build my own.

  • CPU: Intel Core i7 8700K
  • Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-E
  • Cooler: be quiet Dark Rock Pro 3
  • Memory: 16GB (2x8GB) Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LPX Black, PC4-19200 (2400)
  • M.2 SSD: Samsung 250GB 960 Evo PCIe NVMe
  • GPU: ASUS STRIX GTX980 4G DirCU2 OC
  • PSU: Seasonic PRIME Ultra 850W 80+ Platinum Power Supply
  • Rear Fan: Corsair 120mm ML Series ML120
  • Front fans 2x Corsair 140mm ML Series ML140 White LED
  • Carbon Fiber Side Panels
  • Graphite Powder Coat

Water cooled build from scratch.

I wanted a medium tower size with good air flow bottom to top. I also wanted to have a distributor plate on the front so there are no vent openings to keep it quiet.

I moved the power supply to the front of the enclosure and used an SFX form factor to get a good fit with the pump. Then I was able to fit two 360 rads along the whole length of the enclosure.

I used a Micro ATX motherboard because I was not going to need 7 PCI slots.

Looking back on the build I wish I had got a motherboard with built in RGB LED headers as I ended up having to get separate cables with built in controllers for the LED's in the Fans.

I also should change the connection from the pump to the front distributor plate to be a soft line tube at some point to minimise the bump vibration noise.