Was just a couple days for me. Was really confused when I setup delivery point from random email. I never got any notifications the deliveries had arrived and had to phone to check they'd arrived.
In UK and was delivered to a DPD collection point.
Same here, i've found my 1060 and CPU fans get quite loud when playing any games, but i've never had any issues with temperatures on my setup here (https://hardforum.com/threads/sentry-console-sized-gaming-pc-case-project.1832126/page-95#post-1043037703)
I have been thinking about such a panel. I would find it useful to access the m.2 slot. But I'm not sure if manufacturers have a different placement. Or is thinking and plan to make it a large enough panel to work regardless of placement?
Only just discovered this thread after seeing your tweet.
I like the planned changes. Would now not be a good time to email previous customers/backers and ask for experience and feedback? Or do you feel to already have enough planned?
It was myself who had the issue with the riser and Gigabyte reinforced slot. My post is here with description and photos: https://hardforum.com/threads/sentry-console-sized-gaming-pc-case-project.1832126/page-95#post-1043037703
It sounds like a slightly different issue to what I had. I couldn't...
Thinking about this... You could make some grooves or rounded areas and drill holes to allow normal feet to be installed like with the feet option on the actual case?
Not sure if explaining it well via text on my phone. But maybe have 4 feet spots on the stand which are rounded and allow feet...
I really wanted to go with a 1700X when i got my Sentry case, but they still did not have any good motherboards available earlier in the year.
Next Zen/Ryzen chips might be much closer to release once we get our Ghost's :)
I've never used AIO or water/liquid cooling and the flexibility of the tubing might be a concern with the Ghost case. My concern would be if i bought the H100i or X52 and found the tubing to be very firm and difficult to route into the tophat. Are all the AIO solutions you have used in the lab...
I was thinking about this, Louqe could offer a tophat which could be used to elevate and make it raised/elevated at the front and rear of the case. Then could have mounting for fans or 2.5" drives underneath.
Yeah do this. I noticed the backer number for the original backer special has changed from 133 to 132. Plus I'm sure when it was live, it showed about 200 or 250 available I think. Always worth just asking them :)