Prototype – Desk Chassis: DK01

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Hey Everyone,

First off, we would like to thank everyone for your feedback on all our previous prototypes – especially the PC-A51 which we just announced revisions to.

On to our very special new project. Since desks and PCs have always had a symbiotic relationship, we decided it would only make sense to combine the two – in our new desk chassis prototype: DK01.

Constructed mostly out of aluminum, our newest prototype is unlike anything we have designed before, yet includes many of our familiar high-end features, including a brushed aluminum finish, modular HDD bays, tool-less mounting, and a minimalistic design.

Check out the pics and specs below and let us know what you like and dislike, as well as reasonable changes you would make to our desk chassis, so that we can provide the best case possible. We invite your comments.

To preempt some questions – the LEDs, glass cover and monitor mount are planned to be included.

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DublinosDecember 31, 2013 at 12:02 pmReply

I need it :) Is the prototype will be final one day ? :)

Lian Li TechJanuary 2, 2014 at 3:38 pmReply

Yes, it will eventually come out. :)

Feel free to let us know what you would like to see modified.

dublinosMarch 11, 2014 at 9:10 amReply

A 5 1/4 slot somewhere should nice, I know DVD Drive will disapear one day, but some space for rheubus or other accessories. the option to replace 2 of the 4 usb 3.0 by USB 2.0

look like this case will be the case who will finally replace my old Tower TT Mozart TX ;)

MakymacoDecember 31, 2013 at 12:17 pmReply

For a case this size, only two 360 is a shame, mini = 2 x 480 or more
The red table leg are ugly
The 115mm back part is too wide. If it is necessary, it can can be 115mm depth behind the pci slots and less on the sides
The psu should be hidden in the back part
The psu cables should pass under the table to be hidden
3 or more 5 1/4 should be available in front of the table (with a door ?)

Lian Li TechJanuary 2, 2014 at 3:41 pmReply

Thanks for your feedback.

I am very interested in the segmented 115mm back space idea.

TomDecember 31, 2013 at 3:09 pmReply

Hi LianLi,

I need to say this conecpt is just amazing, my case dreams just became true!

The size is great you can fit your monitor and peripherials on top and nearly any type of hardware inside.
The extra space the behind the PCI Slots is great to keep evertything clean.

I personally won’t change anything it’s perfect.

I just don’t like the colour of the feet black or silver version would be nice, and since my hardware is ugly I would like to have a version with a Solid top.

Any chance to get informations on the release? Hopefully we can buy these soon.


Lian Li TechJanuary 2, 2014 at 3:42 pmReply

Thanks for your feedback. I think we can look into more color options, and perhaps a solid top.

No set date for release yet, still in prototype phase.

EkamachyDecember 31, 2013 at 5:09 pmReply

Concernant l’alimentation, il faut mieux la mettre à plat prendre l’air sous le bureau et l’ extraire en extérieur, cela permettra de réduire la chaleur dans l’alimentation et donc de réduire la consommation électrique, et en hiver de faire un petit chauffage très efficace, ce que je fais déjà avec votre PC50-R.


Wantsome92January 2, 2014 at 3:22 amReply

PSU cables need to go under the Mobo/parts , better cable management.

PSU should have seperate compartment for easy exhaust/air intake on psu.

legs are ugly.

John HellerJanuary 2, 2014 at 3:53 amReply

I could see this being a great system as long as it is comfortable to sit at, and it is sturdy.

I’d like to see a physical lock to prevent the case from being able to be opened by unauthorised people. This would allow you to use them in places like schools and internet cafes without the risk of people stealing hardware components.

I’d like to see a version with an attachable side table (either left or right side by users’s choice).

The side table should have adjustable shelving, preferably allowing rack mountable 19″ equipment for professional users.

I would actually prefer the legs to be made out of square tubing rather than round, and standard black to be an option. Not just red or silver.

The monitor mount needs to be strong enough to hold a pair of decent large monitors. A three monitor version would be good too.

Great concept, keep up the good work.

Lian Li TechJanuary 2, 2014 at 3:48 pmReply

Thanks for your feedback.

We can surely look into more color options as well as modifying the feet.

Interesting idea with the side table.

And yes, I think we can work something with a three monitor stand..

John HellerJanuary 2, 2014 at 4:03 amReply

Looking at the photos again, it looks like Lian Li did think of the physical lock idea already.

Blake PerkinsJanuary 2, 2014 at 6:59 amReply

Make it wider, at least room for 2×27″ screens and some bookshelf speakers. or make two versions, one wide and one like this.

I would also make sure the aluminum on the top surface does not get finger prints etched into it (paint? different material? etc etc)

(I will by one for my home server anyway).

marcomarkJanuary 2, 2014 at 7:25 amReply

This is a good concept “A CPU inside the TABLE” =) I would like to see more like a “LAMBORGHINI LOOK” which will make me feel inside a LAMBO while playing games ;) ))))

chris mcnameeJanuary 2, 2014 at 7:35 amReply

this will make ideal study/computer desk for my son. love to see 1 with fold up leg for taking to friend place

Lian Li TechJanuary 2, 2014 at 3:50 pmReply

Portable computer desk. :)

Sondre SkjellaugJanuary 6, 2014 at 8:24 amReply

Take it to a friend would be sooooo freaking awesome

SebastianJanuary 2, 2014 at 7:48 amReply

For a first attempt not bad.

The color of the feet does not fit.
It should also be installed anyway other feet, so that you can adjust the height.
In addition, it seems to-be to me a little narrow, Americans and europeans are not as big as toddlers.

When you create a combined piece of furniture with computers you should consider the furniture aspect a little more.

MarcoJanuary 2, 2014 at 8:36 pmReply

Second that. Anyway, i want such a table for years now, would buy it if the price is not to absurd.

MdRJanuary 2, 2014 at 4:16 pmReply

I really like this case, however I think it needs to be XL-ATX compatible and (like others have said) the table legs are a waste to this design. Other than that, maybe make it a bit larger so it can serve it’s role as a table better.
I really do like the idea of this case though, when it hits the market I would be very interested in it.

BraintrashJanuary 2, 2014 at 7:03 pmReply

I like the idea, especially the number of HDD slots. I wanna use that as my server. :-)

First suggestion (the most important to me): the ports on the front is a stupid idea, especially the power button. I would rather see them deported as a dock you could place anywhere.

Second suggestion (a crazy daydreamer one):
I also would love to use that for gaming.
My idea is that with that many HDD slots, why not make a wider model and allow to use two PSU and two different mobos, while having a switch for using the same keyboard and monitor. Moreover, having the ability to lan the two mobos: one little mobo always on which acts as my NAS, and the bigger to play my games and do my task intensive work.

AdamJanuary 2, 2014 at 7:30 pmReply

It can be little more width :) , 1500 – 2000 mm
And you know place of USB 3.0 is not very comfortable :(
Meny cables have 100mm length :(
Shelf under this can be usefull :)

Alex GJanuary 2, 2014 at 10:09 pmReply

i feel the curved legs are too risky, unless this is against a wall it WILL tip as you have monitor/s on it. nice style if the colour scheme is not a little outlandish

Shawn MJanuary 3, 2014 at 12:13 amReply

I definitely do not like the legs of the system, they seem very toy-like/childish. Maybe have alternative versions or replaceable/customizable legs.

I would have to say that the ergonomics of the desk won’t please many, a wide keyboard tray would be highly suggested and a requirement for myself.

I would also like to see a much wider desk, especially now-a-days with much larger 4k monitors on the horizon and the overall look of the case will appear much more elegant.

An option for an externally facing slot loading dvd/blu-ray drive would be nice, perhaps vertically oriented out the front of the desk or, even better, somehow incorporated into the top of the desk so the disk ejects up.

Other than that, I love the idea… I’ve been waiting for a company to come along and make this type of setup far more feasible for the general public. Thank you!

Shawn MJanuary 3, 2014 at 12:21 amReply

Also, I saw that there were cable management holes on the motherboard tray but I did not see if there was any compartment underneath to route cables. I would assume, being a prototype, that this was just a re-used motherboard tray from another case.

I would love to see some cable management area underneath the system, to route cables and have cleaner looking build.

Something like this is only going to cater to enthusiasts, and you have to have the features they’ve come to expect from high-end chassis.

Anthony VJanuary 3, 2014 at 3:53 amReply

As a current PC-A70S & PC-C37B user this is nearly perfect. It could use under Mobo cable routing access & hooks/clips, the option for PSU on either side (or even 2 PSU’s for those who want to).

Also it could use a lip at the front to attach desk mounted steering wheels. throttles etc, possibly one that hides away when not needed like a mini keyboard tray kinda thing. A 2-4 Bay 5.25″ module that we can rotate 90° (I have an old Dual P3 Compaq Workstation that does this)

With the gamer friendly modifications (lip etc) I could see myself buying 12 of these for the LAN Room plus a couple more for myself. It is so hard to find a desk that can take a full tower chassis underneath it nowadays, this eliminates that issue entirely & gives more legroom to boot.

Ryan HJanuary 3, 2014 at 4:48 amReply

I would really like to see this case be more functional as a desk than it is right now. I like my desks to be bigger in all dimensions than this prototype (especially width and depth.) Any chance of moving support up to 4×120? Its nice, but without room for a reservoir and pump system, I probably wouldn’t use it in its current form. Right now it just looks like a beefed-up school desk to me.

I’d like to see better support for cable routing (especially for the current location of the psu.) How is air flow right now? It certainly looks like between the HDDs, PSU, and GPU, the case wont have good side to side flow.

Eden yangJanuary 3, 2014 at 5:22 amReply

The table looks awesome. But only 2X 240-360 radiator mount? Eve if it’s cheap, I wouldn’t buy them. Based on this design, users would most probably put at least 2 GPU in it.. 2 radiators mounts are not enough.
2) I don’t really see the need for the power extention at the back of the table, since it only contains the normal PC. at most there would be 2 Power supply. Would prefer if we could plug direct from wall socket to the table,Like how the normal chasis is now.
3)I hope there’s cable management like between the table and motherboard tray
4)Your target buyers would most probably be water cooler enthusiasts(like me). I would definetely prefer to see a biger wider table(in length) so i could store something like a tube-like reservoir. Maybe have more pumps too. Suggestion: Width 1200 mm. Height: no comments Depth 800 mm
5) The table legs looks weird. Maybe a four stand leg would look nicer. ( Im talking about the design and not colour)

NickJanuary 3, 2014 at 6:50 amReply

The table top looks good however the legs are ugly. The legs should be more simplistic.
Placing the USB ports at the front of the table is not so tidy when there is wire going up to the table top.

Hopefully you can provide customisation such as the addition of side tables, the option to change the legs, different colour themes, single/double/triple monitor mount.

When placing cold drinks on the table top does condensation takes place and water droplets form underneath of the glass top?

Maybe holes at the side of the table so user can add accessories such as cup holder or headphone mount or phone dock or speaker mount?

Reverend AntunJanuary 3, 2014 at 8:31 amReply

he guys PLEASE sell this perfekt desk chassis. optional you can made only the case du build in on a nother desk, fur users own desk?

KenJanuary 3, 2014 at 9:34 amReply

Hi Lian-Li this is a good concept to start with. With this design other than home users, you can also reach on enterprise market where they will need to set-up PC stations for many different purposes, such as roadshow, non-desk bound staff, airport lounge, etc.

Some things to consider for this design to be able to enter the above mentioned market:
1. Table heighs have to be adjustable, yet sturdy. You will have to include standing table-top height option. Usual sitting table-top height is about 750mm, while standing table-top height will range about 900mm to 1100mm depend on whether any interactions are needed on the table top.
2. Detachable segments with tooless operation. This chasis can be separated into 3 segments: legs, body (where CPU components are stored), top (monitor brackets should come together in the package).
3. Locks & security. As for roadshow use, this chasis must be equipped with locks & security feature to protect the devices inside. Some roadshow use touch screen while some others dont, your chasis will need to be able to cater for both users. You can sell additional modules for different uses, such as keyboard & mouse tray that will have a mechanism to prevent theft.
4. Light weight for portability, lockable wheel options.

Aside from above, here are some general comments you might want to consider:
1. The front bezel of the drawer should be able to flip downward like drawer door when users choose to open it that way. This will make accessing the hard disks (if quick swap disks are used) easier. Im not sure whether the desk will topple to the direction of the drawer when it is fully opened, as it seems to me if all the disk drive slots are populated, the outmost part of the drawer tray will be the heaviest. You can also make the bezel detachable so user can change color/design, some might even customize their own bezel.
2. Table top with cut-out designed pattern option. With lights coming through from the table top, it will be nice to have cut-out design pattern that simmer out from the table top instead of just providing clear/solid table top choices. You can even get some proprietary IPs from movies such as Spiderman, superman, batman, etc.
3. You should really consider having detachable built in monitor bracket that is universal with the capability of single/dual monitor.
I hope that helps.

dragoon20005January 3, 2014 at 11:00 amReply

not sure if my suggestions are repeated do pardon me

you might need to revise the HDD drive cage assembly, a few metal screws to the side don’t seem to be a good idea.

most case have the ability to hot swap the HDD in and out with a caddy like tray from a rack like HDD cage either from the inside or from the front of the desk but comes with a lock too.

do make the cage be able to be moved around for better airflow.

speaking of airflow those side radiators don’t seem to have any gap for the air to move around.

suggest adding vents on the side.

instead of a extension plug, how about a power rail design where only one power plug is needed but with a power rail you can support the PC and 3 monitors.

PSU area need to be localized to one corner of the space for better cable management. May need another PSU if this desk is build to be used with water cooling.

The FlagadaJanuary 3, 2014 at 2:55 pmReply

Great Idea !

you need to make an option for integrating a screen (obviously LCD) and it will be the kille arcade MAME coctail cabinet !

imagine : put a lcd, drill some holes for controllers, and bam ! : would be a great inspiration

J SimonJanuary 3, 2014 at 2:57 pmReply

The concept is awesome. But I don’t like the curved feet which look likes too “cheap” (like school desk) for thousands of $ of material inside it. I’m not convinced that there is enough holes for air cooling. Why not build a version with mesh ?

RiitchyJanuary 3, 2014 at 3:34 pmReply

Well, I have to say, the idea is awesome, but the result is ugly, especially the red legs. And far too small for us geeks.
I would suggest you partner up with someone who makes desks, and design a full, really usable, perfect desk.
Or a chassis which could nicely be integrated in a desk.

Seb B.January 3, 2014 at 3:39 pmReply

1/ As already said, legs color is ugly. Black or silver would be nice. And their form factor is ugly too: 4 legs (squared ou rounded) would be nice.
2/ To me, LEDs would be disturbing while gaming, watching a film,…: I would add a switch to turn them off, and/or provide a solid top.
3/ The width is short. Is it possible to provide 3 widths (for the table top): 800/1200/14000?
4/ Having 2 (or more) USB at right or left would be nice. Linked with a width of 1200, it would provide more safer USB ports to plug USB sticks.
5/ Monitor mount should be able to support 2 30” monitors, and to move them.
6/ Provide the case with requirements to fix it below another desk! :)

AlanJanuary 3, 2014 at 3:52 pmReply

FIrst, the idea is great and more “Computer Desks” will be coming soon so put your best foot forward.

Some suggestions: If the glass top comes off (which i hope it does) forget making it a drawer. Put an opening for the 360 fans on the side and you’ll gain a few inches of room inside. Plus you can then use the compartment in the back for the PSU and cable routing.

People might want more ventilation/radiators, So why not put just a couple fan grills in the back. Maybe 2 240×120 spaced out on the far ends. Easily done and people are happy.

Finally, it could be a little wider. Enthusiasts need room for headphones, sound cards breakout boxes and maybe cellphones and tablets. As it is right now, theres just enough room for a good mechanical keyboard and mouse. Not much more “usable” space without it being clutter.

Its a great start and as long as its affordable, you’ll have a hit. At worse, if you release it like this at a great price, your target audience can mod the chassis to their needs. Now release it!!! :)

Eric LJanuary 3, 2014 at 4:04 pmReply

Very nice prototype.
My idea:
Why you don’t focus on the technical part ?
To sum up, you focus on the big metal drawer and you find a partnership with some nice furniture designer.
You give him some technical specification to integrate the “box” into some nice designed piece of furniture.
Doing that, you can have a woody version, a metal black one or a flashy glass and silver one.

BinsJanuary 3, 2014 at 7:13 pmReply

Maybe it’s good idea for school, but not for home users, anyway not for me ;)

Vinay mistryJanuary 3, 2014 at 10:37 pmReply

This desk/case seems very nice, im just wondering if maybe ir should be a wood legs. The metal seems fine as well but wood is always nice even if it draws the price up a lot which it is likely to do. I hope it isnt too small as well. So far it looks pretty good, keep up the great work, your cases are getting better and better. You guys should try to do a contract with Ikea, you could make a ton of money that way.

EdeepJanuary 4, 2014 at 1:08 amReply

usb on top ( maybe with something to hide them )
power and reset to one side
height should be able to be ajusted

very nice concept by the way

Jason SohJanuary 4, 2014 at 4:18 amReply

Is it possible to have the usb slots to face up on the table? Maybe top left corner. The current front facing design won’t work well in actual use.

WinterJanuary 4, 2014 at 11:43 amReply

Cable management features for other chords. It’s a missed opportunity if it isn’t there; you’re going to have cables for monitor power, computer’s power, monitor display inputs, monitor USB Hubs and probably for M/KB and possibly something else, too. You could, for example, have a mount for a power extension hub.

I would also make it a bit bigger – enough for it to feasibly fit a 3-monitor mount. Let’s face it, anyone who’s going to buy this thing is going to forbid any hope for portability. Might as well make it big enough, and 3 monitors work much better with quite a number of things.

Teh Wei YapJanuary 4, 2014 at 12:35 pmReply

I sure buy this if it comes with removable HDD racks, stand for satelite speakers and tray for subwoofer, and I don’t need such big glassy surface, perhaps 1/3 of the table is enough

Mica MJanuary 5, 2014 at 5:35 pmReply

I wanted to say that I LOVE your new concept, and hope that it will come out soon (at reasonable price I’d jump on it).

1 – I just wondered : can’t we have a little more USB ports ? (example : 1 mouse + 1 keyboard + 1 webcam + 2 controllers -> we would need one more) It would be sad to have to add a USB hub on a such lovely desk.
2 – And I find the table legs quite strange : the table in itself is elegant, and this reminds me the scool table legs…
3 – By the way, maybe you could add some drawers on the legs ? Or that we could buy “addable” drawers to put on the sides ? Maybe this idea is weird, but in case you like it…
4 – Also, I think just a liiitle wider would be nice. (I have two screens, one small and one of 27″ and I’m not sure that the two would fit nicely…)

Thank you and… Happy new year ! :D

Sondre SkjellaugJanuary 6, 2014 at 8:19 amReply

you should if it’s not? make it able to take just the case out so u can take it to a sleep over or something so u don’t need to take with the hole desk. and remove them legs they was awful. But otherwise the desk was Awesome! ship it to Norway!

CatoJanuary 6, 2014 at 8:59 amReply

I love the concept, but I fear that the desk would be difficult to sit at (at least with correct ergonomic posture. I would think that the front needs to be angled steeply backwards and the ports and buttons be in a separate dock or on the top somewhere.

I’d love to be able to mount this is a larger desk by cutting a whole an dropping it in (just as I do with my sink and cooker in the kitchen (but I need more room for my knees under the desk).

In my dream setup I would not need more than a few HDD bays, but maybe a way to pop a DVD/BlueRay drive up on top (a motorized tilt or lift arrangement maybe?)

PerniciousJanuary 6, 2014 at 9:37 amReply

As a desk, this one will have one problem, it is too thick.
It seems to me that sitting with legs beneath this desk, the users would need to lower the chair
to the point that they need to hunch their shoulders up, which is uncomfortable for long periods.
Sitting further back, the users would need to stretch their arms forward too much to reach the keyboard,
which sounds even more uncomfortable.

Possible solution : the “table top” need to be bigger than the cabinet, so the table can have a surface
wich fits between a seated users thighs and arms more comfortably.
It can also extend further to the sides to provide a wider working area.

KristofferJanuary 6, 2014 at 10:05 amReply

Now, if you could remove the legs so that I could build in into my existing table top (cut out a piece in the middle of the table, and place the chassis inside it). Kind of like you would do with a cooking top in the kitchen. I would buy it instantly!


crixxusJanuary 6, 2014 at 1:17 pmReply

I can also see the problem with the thickness. its a good looking ide i realy like it. but i am also sitting to high with me feet for it to be possible to use. at maximum i could fit the with of a 3.5″ hard drive under my table.

solution. make the table wider and deeper and have the cabinet go in steps. the front part will have the drives maximum 2 and 2 in flat direction instead.

Tor GundersenJanuary 6, 2014 at 10:48 pmReply

Since everyone mentions changes I will propose an additional footrest/ lc cooling “tower”)

You could also learn from this and later on consider making a “media center edition”, make it lower, wider, and closed with a 40″+ monitor stand and a cabinet for amps etc and you got yourself one awesome tv hench… haha, but seriously add some sorte of multipurpose footrest:)

SkrollanJanuary 7, 2014 at 6:54 amReply

This looks great, looking forward to hear more about this, one of my main concerns are space, people need space around their computer, how about an detachable side table (sold separate) witch can be placed on either side (or both) so that you can have more space. apart form that, mobility and construction quality is essential.

many regards from your norwegian friend…


broszkietJanuary 9, 2014 at 9:31 amReply

USB hub build inside the monitor mount would be nice.

Seb B.January 14, 2014 at 8:13 pmReply

I’ve (re)read all… And I wish you good luck in trying satisfying everyone :D

Will we see the next prototype including some (if not all) requests done here? :)

Seb B.January 14, 2014 at 8:18 pmReply

I would like to add another idea in the long, very long request list : would it be possible to make this desk modular enough to accept 2 mini-ITX PC (2 PSU, 2 motherboards, etc.) or, paradise, 2 µATX ? With the increase width asked, I think it would be possible…

davidJanuary 23, 2014 at 1:36 pmReply

Congratulations on the idea … but I seem to cost a lot to cheer all possible concepts, and we each have very specific needs and tastes.
what are the legs in previous reviews is true .. perhaps separating into different modules .. to be exact in three and the most up mdeio, leaving the motherboard nght and left hdds sources and placing them in the center thinner needs.
The monitors could be peglabes and adjusted to the surface, which rotted lift to use.
I have ideas but all would be very expensive to proximanetes drawings if they like you.
thanks, have had an idea that I keep for years in the world of Modin, congratulations.

ruskFebruary 13, 2014 at 6:18 pmReply

Maybe you should try to make it a little bit more spectacular? wider ? room for 2 MB if wanted ?
sorry for posting this :P

Inspiration ?

DSoSFebruary 28, 2014 at 7:48 pmReply

I like this, but as others have said, the legs are ugly.

Adjustable Height Legs – As a 6ft 4in (193cm) tall guy, this is always an issue with anything.
A wider version – Double the width (left to right)
Triple monitor stand – to support at least 3 x 24″ monitors or better

Overall the idea is great and I would get one either way!

scoochMarch 3, 2014 at 4:09 amReply


Guest 47March 3, 2014 at 5:16 amReply

Hi all: I am a bit concerned that the table would be too thick. It has to be above the lap but the keyboard has to be on top which might be too high. It might not be comfortable for the wrists. Anyway it looks beautiful.

justin sheargoldMarch 3, 2014 at 10:13 amReply

hi, if no one has said it already but the power supply should lay flat drawing air in from the bottom like most pc cases and expelling it out the rear it should also be hidden under a shroud and segment the case a little hiding the hdd over where the psu shroud would be dont need to see them
but other then that loving it

xinghaipanMarch 4, 2014 at 2:30 pmReply

这款机箱什么时候能量产啊 宽度能不能做到1.2m到1.5m吗 还有主板的I/O能不能直接做到桌子后面 不要预留个插排的槽 不知道能不能让设计人员看到 一个玩家希望拥有的桌子机箱

AraiMarch 5, 2014 at 2:28 amReply

It’s too thick. This thing seems like at least 20 cm casing. On standard table height of 75 cm, and using standard chair height of 45 cm there’s only 10 cm space for leg room. Getting out of the table will always knock your thigh on the table bottom edge. And you definitely can’t cross you leg without knocking the table.
While it’s true that you can adjust the table to be higher, the downside is at further working distance from your chair, using keyboard and mouse would be tiring to your shoulder. The rule is working surface should never be higher than 30 cm from your seat. Especially since you have 2 cm keyboard thickness too.

I know the biggest concern is graphic card, that thing can’t be squeezed down, therefore the space can’t be less than 18 cm. But you might have to consider making a thinner profile, at most 15 cm, preferably 12-13cm and include PCI-E Riser with your unit so that installer can mount their graphic card parallel to the motherboard. The down side is the graphic card might cover other PCI-E slots, reducing chance of upgrade and future proofing.

ShinraCorpMarch 5, 2014 at 2:44 amReply

I’m hoping that the legs will be adjustable since as the others have said it doesn’t look like it’ll be comfortable to use on. Also hoping it won’t break my bank :P because I would LOVE to have this.

BPCsMarch 15, 2014 at 10:10 amReply

One Concern : the thickness , as detailed in a previous post by ARAI.
The thickness puzzles me if we compare it with a 19″ rack mount unit , which also use PCI-E riser for horizontal use of the graphic card…

One Wish : a dual motherboard option :
At Least for an ITX mobo as in the recent Cooler Master Stacker HAF 935 or the oldest Thermaltake Mozart TX

MaxMarch 22, 2014 at 2:59 pmReply

whats the max weight you can put on the desk?

CollinsMarch 26, 2014 at 10:39 amReply

This is definitely what our school classrooms need to be transformed into e-learning classrooms. Big up

DarkkyApril 14, 2014 at 9:08 pmReply

I love idéa
But feet of office Are not nice and 3 screens
I m ready To buy ;)

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RobinSeptember 29, 2014 at 3:46 pmReply

This is good stuff! I been trying to make my own Version of this but it got so ugly I had to discard it :(

I do like the big glass since I will be using EK watercooling and it will look so good.
I agree with some of the others that does not want the USB’s in the front like that, so I would want some added in the back, maby even 1 or 2 on each side aswell.
Since I do have alot of stuff on my table and probarly will use 3 monitors, I think it would be better to have it wider aswell.