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Old 03-30-2013, 02:37 PM
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Hi to all, will be in future a smaller case than H3S so for configuration like mine that doesn't need any hd inside or use a msata disk ?

I need a small case configuration for open elec

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Old 03-30-2013, 03:38 PM
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Yes!

I have just finalized the design of H1 series.
The size would be 19cmx19cm.

It use both sides of the chassis for CPU cooling.

You can use regular ITX. If coupled with a thin ITX, it also supports one full size expansion card via hard riser or slim ODD.

Last, it supports one regular SSD.

The price will be a surprise.
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Old 03-31-2013, 02:34 AM
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This is a really good news

Great!

Will be compatible the cooler with socket 1150 ?

Height of h1 ?

Ps:Any possibility to have an external psu ? (like pico) , i'm worried by any psu interference on audio or video signal


byez

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Old 03-31-2013, 08:16 AM
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Height is the same as H3 series.
I have confirmed that 1150 has the same heatsink mounting spec as 1155/1156. Thus it will support Haswell.

I have also developed a high quality DC-ATX board.
It use hifi grade components and 4 layer PCB.
It supports 19V input and 250W peak. The reason to use 19v is to achieve >90% efficiency when provide >200W output.
The other advantage is 19V adapter is readily available everywhere.
This DC board has 24PIN,8PIN,4PIN output.

All H series will support this DC board.

For The size of H1, no internal PSU possible.

Larry
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:48 AM
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Great! Can't wait for it

Thx
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Old 04-02-2013, 10:10 AM
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Do you have any estimate of the release date for the H1?
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Old 04-02-2013, 10:18 AM
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H1 tooling is being made.
I should have production sample within two month and will start to sale by June.

I hope when you see the sample, you won't be disappointed.

New DC-DC board will be released within 45 days. I will have a sample within a week or so.
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Old 04-04-2013, 01:03 AM
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Great news, look forward to more info.

Why will the price be a surprise? Is it much more expensive?

Will the design be modular, so that you can use the PCIE or additional drives? I'm not interested in optical drive but would buy a compact case for Thin-ITX and 2-3 drives.

Also, many expansion cards are full height but not very deep, e.g. 1X or 2X 4 x USB port card. So you could design to allow additional drives at the front of the case and allow expansion card.

Look forward to the new power supply. Another option is to develop an open-frame AC to 12VDC power supply, i.e. like a power brick, attached internally to the cooling fins, which can then be used with Pico-PSU. Much less wiring clutter so better cooling.

:)
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:14 AM
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Quote:
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The size would be 19cmx19cm.
It use both sides of the chassis for CPU cooling.
it also supports one full size expansion card via hard riser or slim ODD.
The price will be a surprise.
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I have also developed a high quality DC-ATX board.
It supports 19V input and 250W peak.
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:08 AM
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Great news, look forward to more info.

Why will the price be a surprise? Is it much more expensive?
:)
No, on the contrary.


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Will the design be modular, so that you can use the PCIE or additional drives? I'm not interested in optical drive but would buy a compact case for Thin-ITX and 2-3 drives.

The purpose of this H1.S chassis is to support PCIE full length/width card via hard riser card for thin ITX motherboard plus a regular SSD.

It also support regular ITX with one SSD.

More than one SSD is hard due to the space limit unless you use mSATA. The board size is already 17cmx17cm which the chassis is only around 19cmx19cm. Of course I can make a taller cube style case to accommodate more SSD, but that won't be H series.

Also, there will be H1.SODD and H1.TODD for thin ITX only. Those two SKU will only support mSATA SSD and does not support PCIE card.
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