Riffing on this... to give access to the NVMe & SD connectors, I wonder if there'd be value in a frame which rotates the mainboard 180 degrees around the vertical axis , so that the standard I/O shield can still be used (albeit itself rotated), the SODIMM modules pointing towards the original motherboard tray, and the rear ports easily accessible?
04/13/2023, 12:55 PM
The idea is you'll be able to lift the board any time you need to access the back side. I did not think yo make it so you can mount it this way and leave the bottom side of the board exposed (if this is what you mean)
04/13/2023, 1:22 PM
Sorry, I was thinking for use in an existing case/chassis.
05/01/2023, 12:36 AM
Have used this, it's great! My tolerances might be a bit off, because the m3 screws didn't bite, but it's still okay. I had considered making a tweak to it when I've time to add a cutout for m3 nuts under there. Should work fine with bridging, and then it's got metal to grab (not that it really needs it, but then I don't have to worry about tolerances as much)