I wouldn’t count on it. Those sort of changes require PCB relayout usually, and that’s time consuming to do through a new round of engineering samples/etc. Once they are showing it in public, they’re usually trying to nail down firmware and final parts suppliers.I planned to buy ROG Strix B450-I. But now, it seems I need to pay twice more to make the front type-c work
Just checked ROG Strix X570-I, no 20-pin from the picture either. Hope Asus can add it before official release.
Cannot find a cable that is USB-C male to Type-E female.Can you connect a rear usb-c with the front header? From a stylish point of view absolutely not pretty. But i don't want to pay for the 400 dollar assus x570.
ASRock X470 Gaming-ITX/AC had got a rear usb-c
Could this work?Cannot find a cable that is USB-C male to Type-E female.
If you manage to find one please share
The maximum height of an air cooled CPU cooler is: 130mm with side fan bracket installed, 135mm without.depth 76mm with conector
If you use the Kraken you have to use the fan bracket to attach it to, won't have the clearance for the Crosshair.The maximum height of an air cooled CPU cooler is: 130mm with side fan bracket installed, 135mm without.
NZXT Kraken X52 has a radiator thickness of 30mm. Add the fans, 25mm, for a total of 55mm.
That means there's an allowed clearance of 75mm.
Is my math wrong or would we be forced to use thin fans?
How. Did. You. Get. That.Arrived today
What CAD program is that?There's actually quite a bit of space vertically between the GPU and the fan bracket - over 32mm in the upper mounting position:
This should be more than enough for the Crosshair's expansion card.