Cryorig has just unveiled a cool PC case that you might be interested in.
Featuring a cylindrical design, the PC chassis has been designed to make your PC look as good as a Mac Pro, but perform just as you would expect from a fully-featured gaming PC.
It does this by cramming enough space inside for a mini-ITX motherboard, a graphics card, a 3.5-inch HDD and a 2.5-inch SSD, or two 2.5-inch SSDs.
Cryorig explained more with the following:
Cryorig’s Ola has a rather sophisticated internal cooling system that relies on one big 140 mm fan and two shark-gill like side air intake ducts (one for each compartment) that run the length of the case and let in cool air from the outside. Components like CPU and GPU will have to use their own cooling solutions.
At present, Cryorig does not reveal anything about the maximum TDP of a GPU that the Ola chassis can house, but claims that the maximum TDP of its CPU should not be higher than 100 W, which is enough for non-overclocked Intel Core i7 K-series processors in LGA1151 packaging, but which does not give any headroom for overclocking.
The 100 W limitation is likely conditioned by supported cooling system, which cannot be higher than 72 – 82 mm and its top cannot be larger than 92×92 mm. In its press materials, Cryorig shows off its Ola chassis with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, which consumes up to 180 W. Hence, it should be possible to build a fairly powerful PC using the Ola.
Sadly, we don’t yet know any information about pricing or worldwide availability, but Cryorig does expect it to ship at some point in Q2 2017.