It's not really a matter of needing extra slots, but, I'd like to put a couple of Lynx Two-B's in a separate case, out of the primary computer and shielded from as much interference as possible.
As an aside, this is an issue that I've seen come up in a number of different threads over the year or two I've been on this forum. There have been a couple of grassroots attempts to design a case that tries to resolve some of these performance issues, but, AFAIK, no resolution. We are getting prettier cases, but they're not really addressing performance issues. The Heatsink case addresses size and cooling, to a degree, but, to my knowledge, makes no attempt at shielding the power supply. It would be nice to see another thread trying to gather ideas for a case that would enhance performance, separate noisy components, shield the power supply and perhaps even provide a second case for sensitive audio cards.
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