I'm waiting for the case and I'm missing a motherboard. I'm getting the mobo tomorrow so I will give it a try to assemble the configuration with the FSP FLEX PSU 400W.I ended up getting the proper flex-ATX unit on Amazon; there appeared to be other issues with the unit.
Has anyone completed a VK-3 build yet? I have another dilemma with how tight the tolerance is with fitting cables in and around the case, haven't been able to close it completely yet so far.
Most of my attempted cable routes have put a lot of pressure on the power button, and the other times I simply don't have any space left over to dump the SATA/molex cables. My motherboard ASUS B450-I has a generous amount of heatsinks splayed all over, which probably isn't helping things either.
Flat. It will have more strict hardware compatibility than the VK-5 despite its larger size, if made.Anyone got any temps on a 3900x inside a vk5? Admittedly I like the idea of an asetek dan a4 but it won't be in stock til november and I'll have to build something soon for some projects that need more grunt before that! - also waiting on some 3600mhz 32gb ddr4 dimms to hit the market, otherwise it's overclock some 3200 and make more heat - part of the reason for liking the asetek is for stability when putting the machine into a carry on backpack but maybe the vk5 has the fan almost braced by the side of the case grill?
@VELKASE Michael this 6.7 litre slim case you're thinking of - is this a flat form factor like a sentry or another shoebox? It might work even better for me!
It should fit with low profile PCIE power connectors, if you can find any. There will be only 13 mm of space from the edge of the PCB to the case wall and regular connectors need 18 mm minimum.Hello, will the Velka 5 fit an EVGA 1080 FTW2? I'm mostly concerned about the GPU's height, which is 128.7mm. I looked around for a bit and I couldn't find any super solid feedback on whether it would 100% work or not. Thanks!
Does this work or are you looking for photos with hardware installed?