Core Caseworks LLC products are 100% made in the USA. We are based in a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. All our metal parts are made from 1/16" thick Aluminum (5052 alloy) with a protective clear anodized finish. All assemblies are first assembled in our factory to insure proper fit before being shipped to our customers. If you have any questions, or feed back, please feel free to fill out the form below, or email directly using the links below the form. Someone will get back to you within 24 hours.

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FAQ
 
 

Question:
Are there any hardware restrictions with the CORE-FX Case?

Answer:
The Core-FX is able to accomodate: a motherboard up to Micro-ATX, any current standard 12VATX/EPS power supply, two 3.5" hard drives, and two 80mm fans. The case has many locations for additional devices such as wireless receivers. The cover is .25" acrylic, which is highly modable. You can easily cut out openings for additional usb ports, or adhere a lcd display.

The only part that is not open to any component is the motherboard. Only a Micro-ATX motherboard will fit in this case. It does have to fit in-between wall studs. Micro-ATX boards are becoming more and more popular. DFI and Asus have released matx boards that can do sli and crossfire.

 
 

Question:
Will the any Core Caseworks case take a liquid cooling solution?

Answer:
We have not outfitted this case to specifically accomodate any make or model of liquid cooling reservoir. However, there is alot of spare room at the top of the Main Case.

 
 

Question:
This product is a more perminant solution. What happens when parts and standards change?

Answer:
This is a great question, and made us design this product the way we did. All of the computer components attach to brackets that then attach to the Main Case. If a new power supply standard becomes popular, we will simply make a new bracket that will fit in place where the current bracket fits. If motherboard standards change, again, we will make a new bracket. The Main Case will not require changing. Only the inexpensive brackets that the components attach to.

 
 

Question:
Since this product mounts inside a wall, are there any heat concerns?

Answer:
This was a concern for us from the beginning of the design project. The components we are mostly concerned with here were the hard drives, as they have no native heat sink built in, like the remaining computer components. This is why we have the air intake first addressing the hard drives, so they receive the coolest air first. Really, this case cools the same way a standard desktop case keeps cool. The intake and exhaust are simply pointing out instead of front to back.