How fancy does Microcenter get with their PC build services?
Building an engineering prototype:
Bit more exotic than your usual parts list.
Assuming we would order and bring the above (as not in the store's usual stock).
The trick is finding a case to fit the (tall) FPGA + XMC cards, and ensuring enough airflow over a server-motherboard. Used a Thermatake P3 with a water-cooler on the CPU in a prior build (with one FPGA card and no GPU), so the tall FPGA card+addon was vertical. (using PCIe cables).
Some chance you might know a better case solution? Or is this outside your range?
Depending on the skill level of the individual technician, they can get quite fancy. I've seen a few different stores with impressive custom loops including EPYC builds. As for the parts you've listed, it would ultimately depend on the comfort level of the technician. I'd always recommend stopping by with a list and go over it with the knowledge bar to see if their techs are comfortable taking on the task.
As for a chassis recommendation, the only one I can think of off the top of my head would be the Lian Li V3000, but it's quite pricey. https://www.microcenter.com/product/660146/lian-li-v3000-plus-tempered-glass-eatx-full-tower-computer-case-black
Full EEB support, supports up to 8 inch tall PCIe devices and offers support for a secondary mini-ITX system inside of the chassis should you find that beneficial for your operating environment. Chassis has a lot of space and is very easy to build in.
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