Want to build a bad ass VR capable HTPC? Well then, I highly recommend you check out this review of the Corsair Bulldog 2.0 barebones posted today at Legit Reviews.
Within a small chassis, airflow is going to be a major focus, as you need to keep components cool is critical when building a high end 4K and VR capable gaming machine. Corsair has a done a good job at making all everything easily accessible within a tiny footprint, which measures 404x448x145mm or 15.9×17.6×5.7in. In addition to the included Z270 mITX motherboard, SF600 power supply, and the updated Hydro H6 SF CPU cooler with a new quieter ML series fan, Corsair has provided support for a 2.5″ SSD and a 3.5″ hard drive (or up to 3 2.5″ SSD’s), a liquid cooled graphics card (up to 300mm in length).