Lian Li is working with Daniel Hansen to produce the world’s smallest gaming PC case. The case is the Dan A4-SFX and it has room inside for long graphics cards and multiple hard drives. The case supports mini-ITX motherboards, but surprisingly has extremely small dimensions of 200 x 112 x 317 mm.
Besides long graphics cards and mini-ITX motherboards the case also has room inside for an SFX power supply. This allows you to have an incredibly powerful system in a very small package. This means you could have say a Z170 mini-ITX motherboard, Core i7-6700K, and a GeForce GTX 980 Ti!
The case is being produced by Lian Li and in typical Lian Li fashion it will be made completely of aluminum. Each one of the side panels will have a quick release switch. There are ventilation holes on each side of the case and the top. So it looks like there will not be room for cooling other than what it on your components.
The front of the case is very sleek and has a single power button and USB 3.0 port.
The case will begin to be sold via Kickstarter, Indiegogo and select European distributors by the end of the year. No word yet on what the actual price of the case will be.