Nope, that's too tall/wide.Hey!
New Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX 5700 8G GDDR6 is released with dimensions:
2.3 slot, ATX
Dimension: 254 x 135 x 46.5 (mm)
Do you think it will fit Sentry 2.0?
according to asrocks site it is 137mm high, which would not fit. however I do not know if they measure from the bottom of the pcie bracket or from the bottom of the pcb.Asrock has a model with promising dimensions
according to asrocks site it is 137mm high, which would not fit. however I do not know if they measure from the bottom of the pcie bracket or from the bottom of the pcb.
I like that it has 8+8 pin power connectors, finally no more dangling around pcie connector bits from the sf750 stock cables
Check out this post by @Necere which explanins where Asrock got the 137mm.From the photos it seems like it should fit. Dunno where those 137mm are measured though.
It looks like the PEG connectors don't need to be plugged exactly at the edge, will the 18mm connectors fit?Nope, that's too tall/wide.
130mm (112mm of reference pcb width + 18mm of possible oversize) is max what you can fit if there's a recess for the PEG connectors on the card (there is one in this card).
As for the card thickness of 2.3 slot/46.5mm, this could fit, there's like 8~9mm of space below the 2 slot card but the fans would be really close to perforation making them loud by turbulence.
I misunderstood the recess part, thanks for the explaining.The card itself will not fit, but this is an example of how the connector should be recessed - note that the connector is located where it should be with reference sized PCB - the oversize is only on the cooler and the backplate.
that one seems to be worse than the asrock version though, much shorter (leaves more unused space in sentry 2.0), and thicker (more turbulence created by it being close to the side panel)wow cool, and just found another promising one from MSI
thats great to hear, thanks!Just got my hands on ASRock rx 5700 xt challenger, can confirm the width is around 120mm.
I doubt that you can swap slim GPU fans for 25 mm fans. Even using 15 mm will probably be pretty close to perforation and will get loud.Im kinda curious if I could use the Heatsink without shroud and fans with 2 Noctua A12x25 fans or if I have to settle for the 15mm thick variant for my sentry build
thats great to hear, thanks!
could you measure how thick the card is from the bottom of the pcb (not including the backplate)?
Im kinda curious if I could use the Heatsink without shroud and fans with 2 Noctua A12x25 fans or if I have to settle for the 15mm thick variant for my sentry build
Its now available for preorder in a german store for 504€, where did you get yours?