Barely as long as a typical "performance" graphics card, Id-Cooling thinks its SFX-T60 is the perfect solution for gamers who just can't get a small enough case for their LAN party rigs. We'll wait for the full specs and some performance data to make the call for ourselves.
Supporting a Mini ITX motherboard and double-slot graphics cooler, the SFX-T60 even has a vent at the front for graphics cards that vent at both the front and back. And if that doesn't scream gaming portability, perhaps the thick extruded-aluminum face panel will help.
A top drive cage holds a single 3.5" drive and a single 2.5" drive simultaneously, while the SFX power supply has been moved to the front of the case and turned sideways to keep cables out of the path of graphics cards. A short extension cable carries power from the outside of the rear panel to the internal power supply mount.
Pricing hasn't been set, as Id-Cooling is still hammering out the details for U.S. distribution. The SFX-T60 is expected to land on our shores in August.