I used the X-Case X339-C8 LCD as chassis for a NAS / Backup-Storage-Server. This case was the only one that fits my requirements because I wanted a 19” rack server with at least 8 hot swappable HDDs that fits into a short wall mount network cabinet. The case is nicely build, especially the HDD Trays are very solid for that price tag. After replacing the right one of the two 80mm HDD fans with an 80mm fan that is only 11mm deep, I was able to fit a Supermicro FlexATX (X10SDV-4C-7TP4F) Motherboard into this little case. This Mainboard is perfect for my requirements because it has an 16port SAS Controller onboard, 2 SFTP+ Networkinterfaces, a low power Intel Xeon-D quad Core CPU and it has a m.2 slot for the a boot SSD. The Supermicro X10SDV-4C-7TP4F comes with a passive heatsink but this does not provide enough cooling at least not in this case. Therefore I added 2 60mm fans in the provided places in the rear of the case and 3 40mm fans in the 5.25” pay of the case. In order to mount the 3 fans in the front I drilled 3 big holes in the 5.25” bay cover that comes with the case. This was only possible because the cover is made out of solid metal. Unfortunately this also does not provide enough air follower over the passive CPU heatsink. Therefore I mounted another 60mm fan on top of the original CPU heatsink and because the SAS chip also runned very hot I mounted a 40mm on top of the small SAS heatsink. This two top blower fans now provide more than enough cooling for the CPU and the SAS chip. I think for most environments the 3 40mm fans in the front wouldn’t be required. But because the airflow in my small network cabinet is really not well the 3 additional fans help me to keep the CPU cool. The 2 80mm HDD Fans are powered by the board that comes with the chassis and drives the little LCD screen in front of the Case. All the other fans are PWM fans that are controlled by the Motherboard. I’m very happy with my new NAS build that wouldn’t be possible without this nice little case!