@riba Does my previous suggested combination of components still look as it would work? Maybe with 192 GB of RAM instead if Asus releases a BIOS for it soon.
Does that mean that the only way to make it work would make it so that the ports had no shield?Hi,
Ok I just looked at it more carefully and it should work, just with two important notes.
1. as many newer asus boards, this one also breaks the atx standard by extending the IO plastic shield beyond the edge of the PCB, so you will have to remove it as it is a tight fit in that corner of the case. Luckily it looks like it takes just a few screws and it is completely separate from the VRM heatsink.
2. you might want to limit the PPT on 7950x, depending on your workload and ambient temperature, but I guess you already accounted for that
Hey I just wanted to give my feedback for the new batch.
I ordered mine some weeks ago and I put everyting together last weekend.
Specs: 5950x, GB x570i, 32GB DDR4 LP, Black Ridge, RTX 4090 FE, SF750
First of all I love the packaging. A box around the Case Box is a very good idea. Mine got a liitle squashed on one side but the Case Box itself didn't got any scratch.
For Building its very easy. I do a lot of builds from time to time and so its very easy to screw the whole frame together, put the parts in position and routing the cables. The 20cm cable from modDIY has the exact length which is need from the GPU to the PSU. (see picture on bottom)
I had several risers here an thought one will fit but the routing with a 3 Slot GPU is very tight. So weather from the DAN A4 nor the DAN A H20 did fit very properly. So I oredered the one from aliexpress which you suggestet earlier in this thread. Takes 3 Weeks but the DAN A4 (which is like the LINKUP riser) will do the job in between.
What I learned:
For the Mainboard I needed a USB 3 to USB-C Adapter. (I already had that)
I love the position of the Power Button.
The center of gravity is in my case (4090FE) very low so the case isnt able to fall over.
The Design is perfect for the FE series GPU Layout
Very well build quality.
I have four personal things I would like to mention:
1. I would like to have more screews for the outside panels. I know this would increase cost but the the panels were better tightened on the frame.
2. The toolless foot is a nice idea but i would like to secure with on or 2 screws.
The other ones have been mentioned here or in old threads for older versions:
3. Decrease Volume. I have a lot of space left and maybe there could be easily made 9l+ Volume version? So it woud be easy to put in a backpack. This is just an idea. I know the reasons and what you will sacrifice by reducing volume (No Atx etc..) Its just my opinion.
4. Holes for fans (20,40,60mm?) on top or bottom? I don't need that but maybe someone is installing a GPU with a different cooler Layout.
Overall: Great case and thank you for trying to build cases off tracks and not following mainstream case designs.
If you are using an atx board, only the reference 6950xt will fit. The Red Devil is way too thick in the first place.I recently ordered a p-atx v3 and will be using an atx motherboard and have 1x 2.5inch x 9mm drive and 1x. 2.5inch x 7mm drive.
I have 2 6950xt card options.First one is red devil power color. Dimensions are 320mm*153mm*62 mm.
Is there any configuration where it would fit considering the 2x 2.5inch drives above? I don't think so based on the specifications but figure I would check.
Otherwise, will the stock AMD card design fit? The dimensions are
267 mm x 120 mm x 50 mm.
Hello, just bought a white P-ATX V3! Pretty excited about it, though I didn't see the post about the U-ITX before I bought, which would have been my ideal form factor... going for as small as possible + 4090 compatibility in anticipation of a future upgrade. Probably not worth waiting months(?) for the new product in any case: my Dan A4-SFX is sitting disassembled right now because my PSU can't deal with sitting next to a hot 3080 when playing Jedi Survivor.
Is there consensus on the best CPU cooler for the 59mm clearance? My CPU is running at 65W in my A4, would love to push it a bit further with better cooling.
Or maybe even an X53 Full Black with a 92x20 fan (assuming these exist)?
To see a recent comparison, look here. The x53 Full Black (made of copper) will be better than the IS-55. Use a 92mm slim fan with a duct/foam spacer instead of a 20mm fan (they exist, but aren't all that good).Or maybe even an X53 Full Black with a 92x20 fan (assuming these exist)?