Please keep it realistic, PCIe 4.0, higher MT/s RAM or even using desktop RAM possibly vs wanting a 'flux capacitor' for instance.
Some are your wishes are confusing,In no specific order: Thunderbolt - yes would be nice but AMD does not support it. Probably Intel asks to much money for licence, who knows, but for now no AMD CPUs have it. Mechanical HD ? You have 2 SATA connectors, use whatever you want I use one SSD and one HD (storage only), you could use an SSD only. Would be nice to have one more NVMe but again this is a hardware limitation comming from chipset not MINIS fault. Vertical , in fact I use it this way takes less space on my table, you can use it on horizontal mode so it's an option (a plus) why to eliminate an extra option ? Case, who cares that "carbon fibre" at 3 % if it has any value probably more a marketing gimmic but the case itself feels nice on touch and I like the look. DP on the rear ? It has 2 (Display Port ). Probably this is just a general wish, keep the DP do not move to HDMI only. In fact you can always go from DP to HDMI if needed with a passive cable but not from HDMI to DP. If space is at premium provide DP ports an include an DP to HDMI passive adapter. Also I do not have a problem with USB-C caring video, most laptops move to this ,anyway, but it may confuse some. For power connection, yes a USB-C power delivery connector would be better, but a real one, they had a few models with USB-C connector but with a fixed voltage so no the full protocol which is REALY BAD, (and dangerous) if you do not implement the full PD specs better use this old style connector and power supply.( which they did fortunately on HX90 ).At the end NVMe speed depends of the chipset, this one only supports PCI3, probably next AMD chipset will support PCI4 so NVMe will be faster.What Pitek said, thou I don't understand half of it.
No, mechanical HD. they're big, hot and loud.
A thunderbolt connector on the rear.
Horizontal format. Vertical requires a stand because its inherently unstable. Horizontal is just easy to connect to.
Horizontal format allows you to have a nice logo on the top.
Get rid of the nasty carbon fibre for no reason case with cut off corners and use a nice silver/grey business like case like the HM80. holes on top for ventilation and solid area for logo.
4 heat pipes minimum with a industry standard fan.
Not sure if possible but you know the principal for the dyson fans, its been used in various things. would that draw in more air than a simple fan. It might not work because it does require a velocity to draw the air in.
A DP on rear.
An industry standard intelligent power connector on rear.
Option for barebones < real important.
What's interesting to me about this carbon-fiber case topic: I doubt many people care if a case is carbon fiber or not. It's a non issue, and yet it draws negative attention because it's marginally carbon-fiber (name only). It just seems like a lot of effort has been put into a topic that doesn't matter to anyone. It's a gimmick that backfired. The negative PR isn't worth the 3% content (when zero people are looking for carbon fiber in the first place).Case? who cares that "carbon fibre" at 3 % if it has any value probably more a marketing gimmic but the case itself feels nice on touch and I like the look.