We get super excited when we see creative builds on ATLANTIS boards being shared by the community. Here's just a few that might inspire your next creation:
First up, a Thin Mini-ITX build by @UrzasRage. This super low profile side by side setup includes a really nice Noctua fan mount (they provide a link to the 3D printable file)!
Finished putting Mister in ITX case. Using front button as reset, power light, and HDD activity. pic.twitter.com/AfUigO4z9G— Jonathan Chapman (@UrzasRage) July 26, 2023
Next, we have a slightly bigger Mini-ITX build from @pixeltao with a full size IO zone (standard ATX spec). They've added a short ethernet extension to make it accessible from the back and soldered in a DC jack as well, we presume, a Pololu 2808 module (for power switch functionality) and terminal block to connect a DC pigtail to the DE10-Nano.
For my 2nd #MiSTerFPGA build, I went for a Mini-ITX case using the ATLANTIS board by @AtlantisMister. I'm really happy with the result and I love that this case has 4 usb ports in the front and everything else in the back. If you can do a bit of soldering, I recommend it! pic.twitter.com/8Uepyi7oUL— Jonathan Lavigne (@pixeltao) April 12, 2023
From @Yopachi, an even larger but still Mini-ITX spec case which holds a triple stack of DE10-Nano, USB hub and Analog IO (all in reverse orientation with ethernet accessible through the case IO zone); as well as a separate PSU and Wi-Fi adapter. They appear to have added VGA and HDMI ports to PCI expansion slot brackets!
Before and after. More upgrades to go but already looking less chaotic 👺👍 pic.twitter.com/BqXEi60iwA— 💾Computer🛸Game📼Videos🤓 (@Yopachie) March 23, 2023
Lastly, from u/Loomsun using the same case as @pixeltao but with a total of ten (yes 10!) USB ports via the MiSTer hub plus an OTG dongle and some other interesting features.
Thanks to all community members and supporters. We've received numerous requests to develop a centralised place for discussion and to share builds. We're open to suggestions on this; whether a Discord server, a forum, or some other specific platform. Let us know your thoughts in a comment below.