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Impactics DMono is a Fanless Case Without Aluminium Ridges

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Want a fanless aluminium case for a reasonably powerful machine, but not a fan of brutalist aluminium ridges (fins) sticking out? Impactics DMono could be your choice. This case looks heavily inspired from the Mac Mini, but unlike the tiny air cooler Apple sneaked in, the DMono is completely fanless. Its body, made of a 5 mm-thick block of aluminium, acts as heatsink, powerful enough to handle 35W TDP Intel LGA115x processors. There's 2.65 kg of aluminium to go around. The DMono comes in four variants, two based on color (brushed aluminium and matte-black), and sub-variants based on the positioning of the power button (front or top). Thin mini ITX motherboards from GIGABYTE are supported. Available exclusively from Caseking.de, the DMono is priced at 200€ a piece.



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Waaay too expensive...

Make it 100€ and AM4 ready and we can talk.
 
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Make it 100€ and AM4 ready and we can talk.
I've never seen a Thin mini-ITX board with an AM4 socket, dunno where you get yours from. :)

Also, which 35 W AM4 CPU do you want to use? Excavator CPU's aren't that tempting really..
 
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I've never seen a Thin mini-ITX board with an AM4 socket, dunno where you get yours from. :)

Also, which 35 W AM4 CPU do you want to use? Excavator CPU's aren't that tempting really..
There are 35W parts in the pipeline...
 
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