Streacom, known for its SFF PC cases, has released its DA2 Version 2 chassis in the UK. The “next iteration of Streamcom's popular Small Form Factor (SFF) case” offers numerous improvements over its predecessor, including a redesign of its intake vents, which results in increased airflow for the system components.
The Streacom DA2 Version 2 is a compact SFF case made of sandblasted aluminium with a minimalistic and clean design. Featuring a “unique bracket interior”, this chassis has a modular interior layout that allows users to arrange your system components to fit in perfectly. Thanks to this modularity, users can still mount a high-performance gaming system, despite the case's reduce dimensions.
Due to the modular interior layout, cooling support is quite extensive given how small the case is: a 92mm fan at the rear, up to a 130mm fan at the top, and up to a 180mm fan on the sides. There's also space to mount up to a 280mm radiator by the sides, a pump and a reservoir. Additionally, there are dust filters for the top, bottom, and one of the sides to keep the DA2 V2 clean.
This 17.5L case only supports mini-ITX and mini-DTX motherboards, but power supplies can be ATX, SFX, or SFX-L form factors. CPU coolers can be up to 145mm tall, and the graphics can't exceed 330mm in length, 50mm in height, or 150mm in width. There are 2x PCIe expansion slots, 6x 2.5-inch drive bays, and 3x 3.5-inch drive bays. The front I/O panel only features a USB-C 3.0 and the power button.
KitGuru says: Have you ever built an SFF PC? Would you consider building your next system on one of these?