I have a Dynamo Mini and dell 330w brick.
I havent done a lot of testing but I doubt it will run at stock speeds like Kmpkt is saying.
My setup atm:
2400G at stock speeds and with "turbo-boost" disabled in BIOS
Zotac 1660 ti (set at 60% power limit in MSI afterburner and core clock/memory...
Just skimmed through this youtube clip and it looks like the 4770k doesn't have a big problem running the RTX 2080 TI.
Looking at ratings from PassMark - CPU benchmark:
Your 6700T has about 88% of the Single...
As you «only» have the HDplex 160 I would look into getting another DC-DC PSU.
The HDplex 400w should fit nicely inside the S4 mini.
Dell 330w and the HDplex 400 should be enough for a pretty decent system. Correct me if Im wrong, but I think that combo can run a 1070 ti/1080 maybe 1080ti with...
The wait is over my man, Dynamo mini(200w) or you have gurys daemon(?) which goes from 200-500w I think.
Got my dynamo mini 2-3 weeks ago, did a few tests with 2400g(stock speeds) and 1060 asus 3gb and it runs great!
So ordered a zotac 1660 ti twin fan, gon be guud!
EDIT: Didnt notice you planned for a 120mm rad, so your setup should hopefully work as the case has a AIO bracket for 120mm rad according to the case site specs.
But is a 120mm enough to cool a cpu and gpu?
Wont the ram be in the way for...
You can turn the fan around 180 degrees increments I think or the shroud around aswell so that the «tab» with the AMD text is turned up or down, so that it doesnt hit the vrm/ram modules.
If your question is about AMD or MSI have done something «wrong» with the fitment, I dunno. Just tryin to...
I have the B450i and a Noctua l9a-am4.
This cooler is positioned «wrong» after looking the guide from NFC install guide of the l9i, but the l9a wont fit any other way.
So maybe you should check out the l9i for Intel and buy the adapter instead, if that gets the heatsink in the right position...