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Server Rack System?

Hey Zak! Glad to see Maximum PC is back to full length, and I hope you're staying safe and healthy. I had a quick question about a rack-mounted chassis. The parts I'm using are essentially a gaming PC build, but I can't recall Maximum PC ever covering this type of funky build. I'm looking at cases, but there's a lot to cover in terms of what size (2U, 4U—how much clearance will I need and what should I prepare for?); I'm not even sure if I can mount an AIO in a rackmount. I'd love a recommendation (or even a full-length article with the amount of confusing options out there) if you know of any?

I work in sound design, so also any way of reducing the sound from the chassis would be a plus!

–Tzvi

Oh this is a tricky one, I've actually toyed with this idea a few times, but it's so difficult getting server

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