Some updates on the Shuriken 2. I've swaped the fan to the NF-A9x14 HS from my L9a due to turbulence noise from the NF-A9. It's been running fine and there is less noise. Currently averaging 63.7C as I type this.
@Necere Interesting concept, however where are you planning on putting the m.2 ports? Part of the reason why is if you have one on the back and you have a riser cable covering it wouldn't that cause thermal issues for the m.2?
When I still had the ZS-A4 DC, I spent some time looking at ways of...
Yeah I am. You can buy it on Amazon Japan. You will need to make a new account however. It cost me about £45 including postage and taxes. They use DHL as the courier. I had mine sent to my local WHSmiths. It was about 6 to 7 days total.
@fabio - Using Noctua NT-H2 thermal paste and a NF-A9, it idles about 51C and the highest I've seen it go is about 81C. I swapped the fan as the Scythe one made a rather annoying noise when it started to spin.
It's here. Delivered via DHL to my local WHSmiths. I will install it later this week once I get some thermal paste in.
Anyway photo dump time. Kind of cool that the AMD mount uses the motherboard back plate
@Lone - The NF-A8's I've installed don't have the anti-vibration pads on the sides attached to the mount. I've only used the white ones for aesthetics. I also did not use any screw washers like I did with the Noiseblockers. The 24 Pin ATX connector is pretty close to the edge on the Asus X570-I...