Preordered A4-SFXv4.1. Ship by November 8th.
Hynix DJR IC. One DIMM died on Nov. 19th. R.I.P.
This has me so dead. I pre-ordered V4.1 on the first day they started taking them and I feel like it has been approximately infinity years since then... and then they delayed shipping because of the PCIe riser cable. I have been close to doing exactly this for about a month now. Please update in a couple months when your case finally comes in. Cheers!
Hello, seems nice build. How's the temp? Pairing 3700x with NH-L9? Is it 70?
idle temp 46-49 C; stress tests 95 C
62-74 C Overwatch
I'm in the same boat with my Dan build haha. I thought about picking up a Cougar QBX to keep everything in for the time being, and to use for a future planned build.
600W. R7 3700X with 2070Super is enough? Have your pc suddenly 'dead'?
It is enough.
How is the monitor? The specs seem to good to be true.
VA panel ✅
Curved Screen ✅
I just got my dan a4 v4.1 in the mail, I was planning on upgrading to a 3700x and putting it in there, do you think the L9A is good enough? just trying to gather any info because it seems 50/50 on whether they run hot or are doing okay.
CPU temperature ramped up to 94C during an AIDA64 FPU stress test. It is certainly hot, but L9a is the best fit for 3700X in my opinion.
And just asking, what's your workaround for the USB 3.2 Gen 2 front panel connector? There is no AMD ITX board that support it.
I actually have not ordered a board yet, From what little research i have done, I've noticed the only boards that offer a USB 3.2 gen 2 header on the board are Intel z series boards. saw this on Reddit. I also saw that there is an adapter of some sort, but you sacrifice some speed and only get gen 1 speeds. I wish i could find a link of some sort, but that's all I've got, sorry man.
Weird flex but ok