Don’t call it a fence
The Streamcom DA6 is an open air ITX chassis made of steel and aluminum measuring 431 x 215 x 215 mm (17 x 8.5 x 8.5″) or 19.9 L even if it contains no liquids. The case is made up of four rods, a top and a base which gives it a very clean look, not to mention completely uninhibited airflow. The motherboard is fixed at the rear, with the power supply positioned on top to ensure that the drain can’t ride up on other components. The GPU is mounted vertically however Steamcom does not include a riser cable so you will need to supply your own or order the recommended one alongside the Streamcom DA6.
As you might expect, the DA6 is one of the quietest and coolest racing cases TechPowerUp tested. There are some that can keep the GPU cooler, which is a side effect of the limited number of fans you can install. The Streamcom DA6 can fit dual 140mm fans on the front and rear, or a 280mm radiator if you prefer, and they’re optional if your room has decent airflow. Cases with significantly more fans are able to keep the GPU a little cooler, but CPU temperatures will never be better.
If you think a tubular design is something you want to try, take a closer look at the review.