The first thing that pops in my head when I read Ola is the ice cream brand from Unilever but now it's also a case made by CRYORIG. The Ola is inspired by the Mac Pro, it's a cylindrical case that measures 88mm x 88mm x 52.8mm (L x W x H). It weighs 5kg and fits a Mini-ITX motherboard, one 3.5" HDD, up to two SSDs, and a SFX form factor power supply.
Cooling is provided by the included 140mm CRYORIG XT140 fan and the case promises to fit a VGA card with a maximum length of 280mm.
A prototype will be revealed at Computex but CRYORIG says the finalized version is still roughly a year away from us.
With the OLA, CRYORIG is attempting to create a PC experience case that not only looks sleek enough for it to be a center piece of the living room but also capable of housing powerful full length GPU’s. Inspired by the Mac Pro, the OLA is cylindrical with a purpose. With a Cylindrical shape the OLA achieves increased internal air volume, and zero airflow dead space. Individual compartments for the CPU, PSU and GPU prevents heat overflowing to other areas. Dual shark-gill like side air intake ducts run the length of the case to insure cool air intake for both the CPU/mainboard area and the GPU. The large 140 mm XT140 exhaust fan at the top pulls out all excess heat from both compartments. The OLA supports full length GPU cards as well as 100 watt TDP Core i7 CPU’s, perfect for the high computation needs of VR. On the aesthetics end, the OLA features a modular front and back panel for multiple textured options. Functioning units will be shown at Computex as well as static units with Brushed Aluminum and the Wood Veneer alternate panel texture options. The OLA is still work in progress with the release targeting Q2 of 2017. Full specifications are to be announced once designs are finalized.