Thursday, March 3rd 2022

Raijintek Introduces OPHION ELITE SFF Chassis

Raijintek, a Taiwanese maker of computer cases, coolers, and power supplies, added another entry to its family of small form-factor issues. Today, the company presents the OPHION ELITE, which is a Mini-ITX enclosure designed to fit a wide selection of hardware. It enables users to store compelling hardware with adequate cooling and have peace of mind usage. OPHION ELITE supports Mini-ITX motherboards, a maximum of 7 fans, including two 120/140 fans on the side (240 mm radiator), one 120 fan at the bottom (preinstalled), two 120/140 fans at the front, one 120/140 fan at the rear, and one 80 fan on the top. It boasts full-size VGA cards (320 mm/3 slots), compatibility, and regular ATX / EPS PSUs support. There is room for three 3.5-inch HDD drives or five 2.5-inch HDD/SSD drives. For more information, check out the company website.
Here is the product video showcased on the Raijintek YouTube channel.

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9 Comments on Raijintek Introduces OPHION ELITE SFF Chassis

#2
wheresmycar
...i like.... like it a lot! The more airflow drivem case design options the better :)

Sadly i'm a tempered glass magnet.
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#3
Camm
Interesting to see an evolution of the LD concept. Extra width to fit a 120mm fan in the roof would have been desirable IMO as it would have also improved CPU cooler height from 130mm to the 160mm defacto standard, but I'm guessing they are hoping to evacuate air using the rear 140mm fan.

Could probably fit DTX in here as well judging by the space for triple slot GPU's. Do wonder if the front fans might interfere with triple slot GPU's, if not, this would be an excellent way to cool almost any air cooled GPU (as long as the heatpipe orientation works {I'm looking at you EVGA, grrr})
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#4
bonehead123
Ah, the long, tall cool one.... I like it, too bad I'm not in the market for a SFF case :D
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#5
ShurikN
25L, in case (pun intended) anyone is wondering.
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#6
Khonjel
bonehead123Ah, the long, tall cool one.... I like it, too bad I'm not in the market for a SFF case :D
Yeah. Tall cases are cool. Unlike the short squatting fat ones.
If/when I have the disposable income to waste money on ITX build, tall case like this will be choice.
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#7
micropage7
actually looks good, somehow it enough TG cases on the market, more mesh and more airflow
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#8
aktpu
It's like they took a long look at Alta G1M and made right for ITX (or DTX)
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#9
toilet pepper
CammInteresting to see an evolution of the LD concept. Extra width to fit a 120mm fan in the roof would have been desirable IMO as it would have also improved CPU cooler height from 130mm to the 160mm defacto standard, but I'm guessing they are hoping to evacuate air using the rear 140mm fan.

Could probably fit DTX in here as well judging by the space for triple slot GPU's. Do wonder if the front fans might interfere with triple slot GPU's, if not, this would be an excellent way to cool almost any air cooled GPU (as long as the heatpipe orientation works {I'm looking at you EVGA, grrr})
Looks like the 2 front fans are connected outside the main case frame so it wont interfere.

This looks perfect for SFF air cooled/aio build. I checked the site and it looks like it will be really hard to do custom loop here.
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