No quite, but I've seen two that allow a full size graphics card and double as a monitor stand.Chieftec BL-01B
. Here's a review by overclockersclub
Wow! This case looks amazing. I remember looking at the reviews when it came out. I dismissed the case because some of the reviews said that the case metal was thin. Thin cases never stop noise, and the sides can turn any vibrations into loud noises.
It appears that this case was discontinued
a few months ago after three years of poor sales. I'm going to pick one up after the next paycheck and move my Linux system into the case. I expect that I can attach a 27" LCD if I am willing to give up on rotating it by 90 degrees.
It is crazy that they did not put a handle at the top, as this would be the BEST
LAN Party case!
I can't find the second one at the moment. It was a very wide case to put behind the monitor, maybe even with a vesa bracket, if it actually went on sale i don't know. I will post back if I can find it.
Please find any other case like this. It is good if everything is internal. External power supplies and length-limited video card slots are the stupid trends in desktop computers. Once you have committed to a desktop form factor, it makes sense to make everything internal and high-powered.