Asus is late with it’s boards as it is with rolling bios updates.Thank you for the advise..
Got my case yesterday..
But still waiting for the availability of the asus x570 i gaming..
Thanks! It was part of a cheap but decently nice looking keyboard / mouse combo "good enough" for my uses at the moment from a company called Jellycomb. It's actually in the PCPartsPicker build list if you want the direct link (Amazon). The mouse is super underwhelming (luckily I have a different option) but the keyboard feels pretty good. Not a mechanical keyboard guy or anything (yet).Looks great! What keyboard is that?
What number did you ring?Mine updated to at depot today and charges need to be paid. Rather than wait a million years for the snail mail I called Parcel Force and paid the charge, so hopefully mine will be here tomorrow. I had to pay £32.50 the same as some others but not the same as the lucky people who only had to pay £26 something. I dont get the difference here, sounds like the customs people are just making it up. Out of interest the people who have paid their customs value did you have the more expensive shipping? I opted for the cheapest available and my customs charge was £32.50. Wonder if the people who are paying less for customs are on the more expensive postage? I mean the ~£7 isnt enough to cry about, I'm simply interested.
I actually got a prototype with all four panels in 2mm, but the extra thickness resulted in some minor deformation at the corners on the front panel bends (pic) that I wasn't happy with.Only other thing I wish we could have had was all the panels being 2mm thick instead of just the top.
The cable should support whatever your motherboard supports.
Guys, my V6 package was stolen
That really sucks. Have you contacted the courier? SFFLab may take a couple of days, but they should get back to you.Anyone knows how to contact with sfflab? I tried to send the message through their support web page but there is no indication that my message was sent successfully
The panels are all the same height, and should actually stop a little below the top panel (~0.5mm). Your side panels may just be sitting a little low. The clip mounting allows for a small amount of vertical adjustability so you should be able to get it a little more in line with the front.
Was the deformation a result of added thickness or a bad manufacturing run since it was a prototype? Just curious.
It was just because of the material thickness. On these tight bends, the inside of the bend compresses the material, while the outside is stretched. This results in the inner edge bulgiing slightly at the corners, while the outside pulls in slightly (pic from another angle). This occurs with the regular 1.5mm sheet as well, but it's more noticeable at 2mm. Not much that can be done about it.Was the deformation a result of added thickness or a bad manufacturing run since it was a prototype? Just curious.