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Spotswood
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October 06, 2017, 04:40:26 PM
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I was wondering if there is any interest in a "server" case that is a bit wider than the 19-inch standard i.e. wider to have more room for GPUs, server PSUs, etc.?



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October 06, 2017, 06:40:06 PM
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I was wondering if there is any interest in a "server" case that is a bit wider than the 19-inch standard i.e. wider to have more room for GPUs, server PSUs, etc.?




If you are asking if there is interest from people who build mining rigs I think there is no interest. This because 99.99% uses Open Air Frames which are the best for GPU mining. They keep the GPU-s with risers above and below the motherboard with 1 or 2 PSU-S depending on their setup. A good, a bit more than need open air frame is something like 80x40x35 cm dimensions. This makes sure there is enough open space and makes sure that the temperatures of the cards stay cooler in summer and winter.

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October 06, 2017, 07:58:35 PM
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If your case was designed to fit in OpenServer style racks, there might be FAINT interest in it.

 Most folks that mine with "cases" on their miners want 19" due to it's widespread availability and relatively low cost.

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