Official Streacom thread
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March 6, 2012 at 4:21 pm #26559
I think that it would be a good idea to have one place where I (and eventually others) can answer questions about Streacom chassis.
Instead of answering individually questions by e-mail – I will answer all questions here.
No other brands here, please.
RegardsMarch 6, 2012 at 5:48 pm #32266
I found it curious that the same three threads popped up at AVS…But then I saw your name in the sig and thought hey it’s the same guy. Then I noticed the bottom of your sig and it all makes sense .
I do some day plan to purchase a Streacom case. I just have no need for another HTPC at the moment. Great looking case at a great price and I would finally get to experimentwith fanless.May 28, 2012 at 11:31 am #32473
Streacom released two new models FC9 and FC10. Production will start after Computex but pre-orders are taken already.May 30, 2012 at 1:48 am #32480
Is the eject button in the middle of the ODD?June 4, 2012 at 3:22 am #32503
Can you tell me if there will be a revision of the other cases? like FC5 or FC8 with the new heatpipe solution, usb side ports and the eject button in the middle?June 4, 2012 at 6:13 am #32506
OK. The black one rocks!June 7, 2012 at 1:09 pm #32518
Pricing info? Looks sa-weet!September 9, 2013 at 3:30 pm #33031
Streacom designed NC1:
Designed for the Next Unit of Computing (NUC) platform, the NC1 delivers silent computing in an impossibly small package.
The case is modular, meaning that front, rear and CPU cooler can be replaced to accommodate future NUC motherboards and its acrylic sides allow for internal WiFi and Bluetooth signals to propagate, keeping the outside sleek and clutter free.
The optional VESA compatible mount allows it to be hidden behind the monitor, but with looks like this, we think most people will have it on display.
I like to know if people in the USA are interested in such chassis.September 10, 2013 at 11:14 am #33033
I think the biggest problem with these chassis is that there doesn’t seem to be any retail availability of the NUC board w/o its Intel enclosure. These look nice, but if I’m going to replace the case it has to add something I can’t get from stock. For e.g. space for a slim-line ODD or 2.5″ HDD.September 13, 2013 at 3:35 pm #33035
For e.g., I’d love to see a chassis for the new NUC that would enable these features. It has CIR, SATA and internal USB. Would be an awesome full featured HTPC in a tiny package.January 29, 2014 at 3:59 pm #33400
I am receiving e-mails with questions why the same looking chassis have different model numbers.
Wesena started manufacturing chassis under their own name couple years ago. Two years ago Wesena in partnership with Streacom added fanless chassis to their line under Streacom brand known as FC series. Later Wesena made their own ITX models under Streacom brand, named F*C.
They also made some models under Wesena brand but named in Streacom style – F*C to make it more complicated. So you can see the same chassis labeled as Wesena ITX2 or Streacom F1C or Wesena F1C!
Last spring several people left Wesena (including the designer and General Manager), started their own company and build the same chassis under the PHT brand, so – right now – there are identical or almost identical chassis under PHT, Streacom and Wesena brands.
I hope that this explanation eliminated any confusion
Best RegardsJanuary 30, 2014 at 9:57 am #33401
Wow! Thanks for the clarification.March 12, 2014 at 12:58 am #33414
HP4-97 arrived yesterday, so I grabbed FC5, installed ASRock H81M-ITX and checked how new pipes will fit. Look at pictures. CPU socket can be 4÷5 mm closer to wall and it still will be OK.
I don’t have ASROCK Z87E-ITX, but looking at pictures it looks to me, that socket on ASROCK Z87E-ITX is closer to motherboard edge, but just a little, so it should be OK – I think.
HP4-97 are compatible with FLS-3, FLS-4, FLS-7 and FLS-8. Also with Streacom chasssis FC5, FC9 and FC10
Just look at pictures, please.March 12, 2014 at 1:04 am #33415
I moved bottom plate close to wall ~6mm (total distance 32mm) and still could put upper bracket with no problem. I think that I can assure you that 33mm from wall is safe. So if the edge of CPU mount is at least 14mm from Motherboard edge – you are OK. (It is 19mm from the Motherboard edge on H81M-ITX)
I hope that my info and pictures are helpful.
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