The primary purpose of this is to get recommendations for enclosures, but feel free to comment on anything.
I am putting together a build for work- to be used as a meshing tool for CFD applications. The name of the game here is high clock speeds, lots of cores, and tons of ram. GPU only needs to display the screen, and won't be used for any computations.
I've included a pcpartpicker list of current parts:http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Pantocrator/saved/4JMk
Feel free to comment and improve the parts list. I'm including a larger psu because eventually the program we are using (within the next year) will support GPU acceleration, so I'd like to add a quadro or similar to help with the computations once the program supports that feature.
I don't know enough about workstation graphics cards to know if they support sli or the like, but as of now that is a secondary concern. I'd like a quiet case that can easily fit everything inside so assembly isn't a pain. I'd like it to be on the smaller side- the last case I used for work was a Cosmos II, and it was absolutely wonderful (and necessary for the large number of HDDs we had to cram in it since it is used as a NAS) to work with, but I don't have space for another one of those.
So, looking for case recommendations that will fit all this stuff, easy to work with for assembly and maintenance, quiet, etc.
Don't care what it looks like, price isn't a huge concern. Try not to get something flashy though, as this is used in a professional lab setting.