- Feb 23, 2015
In "idle" high peaks are normal for Ryzen Zen2. What temps do you have in Chinebench or Prime95?
In the photo its just held in place by friction, however I've now just added a m2 (that's m2 as in the screw size - nothing to do with m.2 drives) standoff in the heatsink screw hole to hold it in place. Think I ordered 25mm in length.How are you keeping that fan in place? Also, what is that tie you are using to keep the tubes in place? I need to replace the "wire tie" I am using.
Thanks. Going to steal that standoff idea.In the photo its just held in place by friction, however I've now just added a m2 (that's m2 as in the screw size - nothing to do with m.2 drives) standoff in the heatsink screw hole to hold it in place. Think I ordered 25mm in length.
The tie used to keep the AIO tubes in place is from the Corsair 750SF (it came with a few) and they are just rapped around the tubes and the CPU bracket.
It is fairly easy to squish a Noctua down there and root the CPU PCI cable around it. I suck at cable management and I could achieve it with no pain.Thanks for the details. This has been insightful.
My system is up and running now however the way that I ran the cables leaves no space under the MB for another fan. Once my pslate order arrives, I will add that fan.
@GucksTV, with all due respect, this thread is about a specific case. If you chose to post a review of how this particular MB works inside an A4, that would be fine. Without that, is feels like you're just pimping your YouTube channel to everyone, IMO.I've got my hands on the new ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3 and did a little PCB analysis and VRM Breakdown!
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