Hey rubicoin, where can I find a 4350G for 120 Euro? I have more or less the same plan.
well... I just flipped the switch on my fully charged Metabo 18V 10ah powertool battery, to power my DIY X300-based live music rig.
The problem? fully charged it's actually 20.7V . Did the X300 survive? watch me turn it on the first time:
I will install a 5700g on Sunday, so unless someone knows the chip, I'll look for it.
Having only tested the Cooler Master MasterAir G200P, ID-Cooling IS-40X and Alpenföhn Black Ridge before, and I can say that for me the Thermalright AXP-90R FullCopper and its "almost" 500 grams of copper is the best heatsink I have the opportunity to test on my "AMD Nuke" config, here are its specs:interesting, how much better is it?
It fits fine, you have to loosen the VRM heatsink, tighten down the AXP-90, then tighten down the VRM heatsink again. It'll sit a little crooked but will function fine.I am not sure if there was a change with the mainboard heatsink on the X300, but the Thermalright AXP-90R doesn't fit on the A300 unless you cut off 5mm on one side
Not really, it's tight but it works and no need to cut anything, just show a little trick: I just had to loosen two half turns (or a full turn) the two fixing screws of the VRM heatsink so that it can move slightly if necessary, after I just insert the Thermalright AXP-90R FullCopper heatsink and there it blocks a bit normally and well you just have to push the VRM heatsink slightly towards the outside (or towards the edge of the motherboard as you want) so that it leans about 30° and there by holding the VRM heatsink lean in this position then we can insert the Thermalright AXP-90R CPU heatsink and fix / tighten it definitively without being in any way blocked or hampered by the VRM heatsink and afterwards do not forget to tighten the two screws of the latter, and this is how you can mount and fix a Thermalright AXP-90R CPU heatsink with their original ASRock VRM heatsink on an ASRock DeskMini A300 or X300 motherboard without the slightest problem and especially without having to cut anything!I am not sure if there was a change with the mainboard heatsink on the X300, but the Thermalright AXP-90R doesn't fit on the A300 unless you cut off 5mm on one side
Strange ... for me who guessed from myself the same technique you describe for everything assembled together, and well once I tightened the 2 screws of the VRM heatsink, there is nothing that was crooked because I checked well before reattaching my motherboard in my MiniSTX SilverStone case, maybe then it was just luck and my mounting holes (for the CPU heatsink) had more tolerance in their dimension ... where then on those of the VRM heatsink but if it is neither of the two then I do not know where it can come from...It fits fine, you have to loosen the VRM heatsink, tighten down the AXP-90, then tighten down the VRM heatsink again. It'll sit a little crooked but will function fine.
I just built a 5950X system and used a Gigabyte MB. I was going to buy an ASRock MB but I have an A300W and I hate it when companies limit compatibility for no reason other than to sell a new product.X300 supports 5xxxG, so Asrock forced us to buy a new one in order to upgrade.
Bad policy, will not buy Asrock products again if not necessary.
Interesting, I just read their website.Proxmox VE should allow passthrough. I run Win10 with Hyper-V for VMs on my A300 but I have Proxmox on my server running a Ryzen 5950X.