[MUSIC] So I’ve been building and upgrading Pcs for a few years now and recently came across at used micro Itx Port and an old i7 on Craigslist. These boards are using compact builds and installed in small cases that people usually place on their desks. I decided to buy the processor and motherboard that I found at Craigslist to make a small rig with some other parts. I had here’s the list of parts that I plan on using for this bill [Music] after looking into a few ITX cases online. I started wondering. If it would be possible to print a case for my dope. So the general idea for my open case Design is to have a backplate for the motherboard to attach to attach to a mounting plate for the cooler with a radiator and the fan and then having feet to extend them up above the desk. The Backplate will have Built-in standoffs for the motherboard, and then there will also be separate standoffs for the cover that I plan on putting up here. The feet will have an extension in the back for the power supply to sit on. The idea is to use the power supplies weight to counteract the weight of this graphics card and the processor and the fan in the front to make sure that it doesn’t end up. Tips [Music] [Applause] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Music] [Music]. I’m happy with how this case came out. But after this experience, it left me with a few ideas for a better case in future. If you want to download the files with my designer, try to if you print your own case, check out the links in the description below and make sure to subscribe so you can see my next few projects as well as a new case design in the future [Music].