Overview Features Instructions Performance Forum Downloads Products Reseller Contact

Welcome to the Apollo Forum

This forum is for people interested in the APOLLO CPU.
Please read the forum usage manual.
VISIT APOLLO IRC CHANNEL



All TopicsNewsPerformanceGamesDemosApolloVampireCoffinReleasesLogin
Documentation about the Vampire hardware

V4 Standalone Dimensions

Smartroad 78

Posts 18
03 Oct 2019 13:59


Hi

I was wondering if there is an image of the stand alone with dimensions? I have an idea for 3D printing a case and need the dimensions to see if it will fit in my print envelope.

Even a top down photo and the overall PCB dimensions would be great, I can measure off of it.

Cheers :)


Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 4182
04 Oct 2019 10:41


smartroad 78 wrote:

Hi
 
  I was wondering if there is an image of the stand alone with dimensions? I have an idea for 3D printing a case and need the dimensions to see if it will fit in my print envelope.
 
  Even a top down photo and the overall PCB dimensions would be great, I can measure off of it.
 
  Cheers :)

The dimensions are 123 mm x 100 mm


Malcolm Harvey

Posts 1
07 Oct 2019 09:08


So it will mount in a mini-itx case standard mounts from what i can see?
170*170 mm also.? Similar configuration?


Captain Zalo

Posts 67
07 Oct 2019 17:28


You will need a V4 SA-to-ITX plate to seat the v4. Also, the ports are around the board, so you need extension cables to an ATX backplate. It's not that hard to fix. Someone just need to source the proper parts, make a seating plate and print or punch a backplate.
Also, you need a proper way to power it either through a port on the backplate or an ATX/SFX adapter.

All of these points probably have solutions in the community already. Someone just need to gather them in a thread.


Mike Kopack

Posts 258
07 Oct 2019 19:59


Captain Zalo wrote:

You will need a V4 SA-to-ITX plate to seat the v4. Also, the ports are around the board, so you need extension cables to an ATX backplate. It's not that hard to fix. Someone just need to source the proper parts, make a seating plate and print or punch a backplate.
  Also, you need a proper way to power it either through a port on the backplate or an ATX/SFX adapter.
 
  All of these points probably have solutions in the community already. Someone just need to gather them in a thread.

easiest to reroute the front than back....

Joystick ports:  EXTERNAL LINK 
USb: EXTERNAL LINK 


posts 5