da2

It’s been just over 2 years since we released the DA2 during which time it has received many great reviews and featured in plenty of amazing builds, but nothing is perfect and we have been listening to what could be improved, so the time has come for us to address by far the biggest criticism ….. holes!

We are pleased to announce the DA2 Version 2, same amazing design but with revised ventilation patterns on the back and side panels. Both the pitch and size have been adjusted, effectively double the number of holes, greatly reducing impedance to airflow.

The performance acrylic panels are now fitted as standard, further improving airflow and providing additional fan mounting options.

Apart from the revised ventilation pattern, the back panel now features a new single larger opening for the PCIe card and an angled PSU passthrough cable that avoids conflicts with bigger CPU coolers and motherboard daughter boards.

With the release of the RTX 3000 series cards and its radical cooler design, the DA2 has a clear advantage compared with sandwich-style case layouts that are not optimal for this airflow configuration. The DA2 provides unrestricted access to fresh air from below the case, the optional rear case fan removes warm air being blown upwards from the rear GPU fan and even the SFX PSU can be rotated 90 degrees to assist with that.

There are other small tweaks to the construction and included parts that improve the overall build and versatility of the DA2, but in short, the V2 is the same great case but with improved thermal performance.

The DA2 Version 2 will be available at selected retailers starting the second week of October and with all retailers by the end of November depending on the region.
I know the design is a personal preference, but in my view, this case is looks and is built quite nice. It is simple and emits something quiet cool which is appealing to most.” – read the full review
The Best Mini ITX/DTX Case We’ve Seen? – watch the full video
The Streacom DA2 is an absolutely beautiful chassis. With its aluminium wrapped body and tool-less side panels, it certainly manages to visually convey the price premium of a higher-end ITX chassis – read the full review
the quality, the materials, its just fantastic …… the build quality is unreal – watch the full video
Two Videos …. Finally an SFF case worth my MONEY! and Streacom DA2 – Even More Versatile – watch the first video on youtube , watch the second video on youtube
We are pleased to announce a host of new accessories for the DA2 that expand upon the functionality of this already versatile case.

We designed the DA2 from the ground up to be a modular and adaptable platform, one that could be added to and enhanced over time without requiring a new revision of the case to be released and providing an upgrade path to existing owners.

In total we are making six accessories official…..

1. Vertical & Horizontal Brackets
2. USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Cable
Both of which have been available from us directly from us for some time but are now officially listed.

3. Front I/O Module Type-A USB
4. Performance Acrylic Panel Kit
5. Tempered Glass Side Panel Kit
These are available from today and will be with retailers shortly.

6. Vertical GPU Kit
Planned to be available by Q2 2020.

For more information please visit the individual product pages or contact us directly.
As part of our effort to continually find new ways to improve not only our product design but also the build experience, we have made 3D models of our cases available in Sketchup.

Whilst not everyone is familiar with the use of CAD software, Sketchup is easy and intuitive, with little effort required to master the basics. It supports all major platforms, including web, and the basic version is free, so it really is an excellent solution for bringing 3D modelling to the masses.



We have started by making the majority of our case products available in the Sketchup 3D Warehouse, but plan to make more items available such as our accessories and of course items that we get requests for. Our collection of 3D models can be found here – 3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/by/streacom

The models are all built to scale and are millimetre accurate, so they can be used to confidently test fit components and whilst some elements have been simplified (to reduce file size and improve render performance), the models are accurate enough to fully understanding the case construction prior to purchase. In some cases, layers can be enabled/disabled to show different model configurations such as optical version and alternative heat pipe kits.

We hope that other component manufacturers will join us in making accurate 3D models available to everyone and in doing so help take the guesswork out of planning and building your next system.
it’s incredibly modular, with a stunning minimalist design that would make even Jony Ive proud – watch the full review
Unlike other products, the “DA2” makes it possible to flexibly change the style by freely changing the style with the rails and brackets of the inner frame (translated) – read the full review