1212 fan fits so perfectly, as if you had planned this from the beginning! Looks very nice indeed!
Did you manage to attach the fan somehow with these rubber fan mounts?
I notice the PDCB is not right under the fan, but anyhow its temp looks to be below 50°C on to the thermal pic. No more hot air pocket!
You may be interested in this thing that ADT link released a while back, it's a PCB angled riser that supports 4.0: https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/1005004697330934.html
I received mine a while ago and it works very well. The only issue is that the gpu pci bracket overlaps the motherboard a little bit, but if i got it right, you already bent yours a little to solve that exact issue.
How do you like the Rgeek? Just looking at it in more detail and it's really neat. It looks like it comes with.... double DC barrels? So you modified to GX16 which looks great. Oh and was other thing you did looks like resolder the input from the front to the back of the pcb?
Would be amazing if they sold it with the modification you have done here, its perfect
Anything to do to smooth/hide the print layers? Will acetone works with this reinforced polyamide material?With much woes I re-printed most of the case with carbon reinforced polyamide (Fiberthree F3 PA-CF Pro, much better heat resistance, but way harder to print with).
The case feels super sturdy now.
What are the dimensions of this unit?Small update: finally have wired up the 200W HP brick so I can connect it externally via mini-din port.
And now I don't have sudden shutdowns on short load spikes from 3D work on GPU while CPU is loaded! My wall meter now can go up to 210W sometimes, but the 200W platinum brick holds up like a champ (and yes I removed HP stickers from it, also want to clip the mounting ears and paint the casing).
Temperature inside is also reasonable:
Also checked the connector, seems to be fine, no overheating of the contacts, all the heat is coming through the wires from the PCB itself.