Huge thanks, once again, go to Sliger and SFFLab for providing the SM550, SM560, and A4-SFX used in this case battle. This was by far my largest and most ambitious undertaking and I am very thankful to the community for their continued support, and patience, throughout this review process.
I've found all the parts for my new A4-SFX build but I still struggle with the cooling part.
I have an 6700k (not delidded) and was wondering if an AIO like the Asetek 645LT was really necessary to have good temps. I would love to stay with an air cooler if that's possible...
Hey, just planning on building a new semi high end productivity and gaming compact build, and wondering what the best options for cooling are. Currently waiting for the z390 chipset and 9700k/9900k cpus, but would like to know what works together best. Originally planned to use the Asetek 545lc...
A neat lil' build I did. This is going to the permanent home for my 2600X and GTX 1070. Components:
- Dancase A4-SFX
- EVGA GTX 1070
- Asrock B350
- 100mm slim fan (no poop here!)
- Silverstone SFX 450W (it's crap, I hate it but I'm working on a 12V DC-DC solution)
Workstation build for CAD and 3D rendering.
Dancase A4 v2 Black
i7 8700K CPU
Z370i Strix motherboard
32gb 2133mhz ram
1tb M.2 SATA drive
Nvidia Quadro P4000
Silverstone SX-650 PSU
Asetek 545-LC 92mm AIO
Noctua NF-A12x15 fan
Portable workstation for work days when I need to do lots of Solidworks...
in Korea, there is company that makes a custom case called MEG.
and MEG has released a DAN A4-style case, which can also be purchased as a custom order.
I wanted to use two 120-mm radiators on this small case, so I made a custom order with the drawing(blueprint?) using paint.