Battlestation One: ATX Gaming PC - "desk-TOP" Case | Update #3 Hey guys! It has been just about a month since we last posted an update, and we have made significant improvements since then! We took many of your guys criticisms, and came up with even a BETTER design with more functionality than before. What is it? Battlestation One is an upcoming watercooling/aircooling PC case for enthusiast and focuses on design. The case is built to be placed on a desk and provides a massive plexiglass to show the internals of the PC. This case is being made through community suggestions/requests and we are asking for your input on what features you would like to see and how we can improve the design. http://www.battlestationlabs.com This is general idea of what we want the case to be: Some pictures of current case design! Full albums can be viewed below Watercool Setup: http://imgur.com/a/kQYx5#0 Aircooling Setup: http://imgur.com/a/n67ug#0 Empty Case Setup: http://imgur.com/a/skcAq#0 Cable Management: http://imgur.com/a/GpB2f#0 Example on how to place on desk: http://imgur.com/a/rvMBW#0 Specs and features of case: Physical Specs: Specs: Physical Specs: Dimensions: 38" x 11.1" x 7" (length, width, height) Case material: Steel Front Panel and Top Panel will be removable Underground layer for cable management/hiding cables (will be removable) General: Power Supply: ATX Motherboard Support: ATX and MicroATX Room for up to 3x 11" long graphics cards 4x Internal 5.25" Bay (removable) - Good for reservoirs/pumps USB 3.0 / 2.0 on front, headphones and mic jacks Watercooling: Support for 2x240mm radiators (with exhaust on bottom) Up to 3 intake fans (120mm) Up to 3 internal fans to move air to motherboad compartment (120mm) Dual-loop compatible Can fit 2 water pumps Can fit various size of reservoirs (see screenshots), mounts for 2 cylinder/hanging reservoirs Aircooling: Low profile heatsinks only (max height must be 150mm or less). Up to 3 intake fans (120mm) Up to 3 internal fans to move air to motherboad compartment (120mm) Bottom cutouts for radiators could also be used for intake (up to 4 120mm fans). Please let us know what you think of this case and the design - would love to hear your thoughts!