So if that is to be trusted, another six weeks or so...Update 2019-07-08, 09:51:
Upon the editors' inquiry, Asus has communicated that the ROG Strix X570-I Gaming (Mini-ITX) is expected to hit the market mid August and the ROG Crosshair VIII Impact (Mini-DTX) is expected to be released by the end of August. The other models have now arrived at retailers and are mostly available. However, prices are still above the Asus MSRP, which should change with broad availability.
FUUUUUUUUUUU..........I am anxiously waiting for this motherboard. Mostly because it seems to be the only AM4 SFF board with frontpanel USB C as an option.
Unfortunately there is little info about it's availability out there.
The only info I could find is in this artice: https://www.computerbase.de/2019-07/asus-x570-mainboards-specs-preise/
So if that is to be trusted, another six weeks or so...
Nope, being 9.0-in x 7.9-in (228.6mm x 200.6mm), this is closer to mATX (240mm x 240mm). Mini-DTX is 8.00-in x 6.70-in (203.20 mm x 170.18 mm)guys..just asking..have u guys see asrock a320m hdv r4.0 board. That board coming in 9.0x8.0 size, so that meant
that board is DTX board right ?
It won't. The Sliger fits 55mm tall CPU coolers, this card is way way taller than that. You can easily see it on https://www.bit-tech.net/reviews/asus-crosshair-viii-impact-review/1/ knowing an m.2 card is 22mm wide but also a kind user on reddit actually measured it:Has anyone got this? I really want to know how high that sodimm m2 riser card is and whether it will fit the sliger SM580