SFF Network Computex Day 0

Kmpkt

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KMPKT
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Question 1: WHAT THE HECK IS A THAT TALL THING
Question 2: will this fit in the Dan A4 or Ncase M1 or NFC S4M? o_o
Question 3: How the F is airflow going to work with these new ASUS boards. All I see when I look at them is a giant pocket of hot air around the CPU. I presume these have been designed with ASUS AIO coolers in mind?
 

Boil

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Question 3: How the F is airflow going to work with these new ASUS boards. All I see when I look at them is a giant pocket of hot air around the CPU. I presume these have been designed with ASUS AIO coolers in mind?
Definitely looks like a water-cooling only situation...

The X570 Strix ITX does not look much better...

 

MrClippy

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And gigabyte itx, from gamersnexus new video:

3:11 - ITX price estimate for the Aorus X570I is around $220.

6+2 phases VRM rated 70A, so better than even MSI B450I which had the best ITX VRM setup for Ryzen 2000 generation with VRM setup of 6+2 phases IR3555 (60A). For those who do have the MSI B450I, Buildzoid speculated that it would be able to cope with the eventual 16 core at stock so maybe no need to upgrade the motherboard unless you really want the PCIE 4.0 on everything.
 
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OtackKulandinglar

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May 24, 2019
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And here I thought Computex would clear up what I wanted to do with my first SFF build not confuse me even more.

Haven't seen a lot on the Lian Li TU150 or the giant Coolermaster Mastercase H100 yet
 
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Revenant

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The TU150 is interesting from an air cooling perspective. I wonder if it will fit the Noctua 120mm tower...
 
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OtackKulandinglar

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OtackKulandinglar

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The TU150 looks a lot like a slightly bigger nCase M1... I know they make them so maybe they just saw the nCase and were like "let's do our own version" - looks nice though.

Actually this article has more information:

I woke up to watch their stream for the case and ask questions. Actual cooler height is 165mm. Screwless panels. All aluminum. Handle is magnetic locking both up and down. I believe they said full size PSU. They aren't sure on fit for the ASUS Impact since the streamer people just found out about it today. I didn't get a release date, but price will be $109. I asked for number of liters but didn't get a response, boo! Video along with the Lancool II case should be on their Facebook page
 
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