The Seasonic Focus SFG SFX-L 650W Gold PSU (which is the PSU included, just re-labeled for NZXT) runs about 120 bucks, add a 10 buck surcharge for the custom-length pre-routed cables? A comparable 140mm AIO runs about 80 bucks. There is also the specific length, pre-formed PCIe riser cable, that could be anywhere from 20 to 50 bucks.if you do the math its ~$150 for just the case. thats not that bad and $350 including the psu and aio seems ok to me.
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Based on this picture I assume it is exactly that.There is zero exhaust, all units (CPU, GPU, & PSU) are on intake, this is a pure positive pressure chassis...
Which might also be part of the decision to go with the tempered glass; only one way for the air to exhaust, out the back...?
It has a $350 msrp, so I'm hoping once it hits retail we'll see a $20-30 discount.I like it. While the price break down does seem to work out. I'm also cheap and would like to pay $300. Maybe the price will budge.
I haven't seen many pics of it sitting on its side. It can do that can't it?
Yeah, I am in no position to buy currently anyways, so maybe in a year or so it drops to $299. I really like how it comes ready to go, I have been wanting to go SFF, but would still need case,cooler,psu. So this really covers all bases.It has a $350 msrp, so I'm hoping once it hits retail we'll see a $20-30 discount.
It could, if you find a way to keep the side panel off the desk (for airflow), both sides are intake, the rear is exhaust; I guess you could just lay it on the TG front panel...?I haven't seen many pics of it sitting on its side. It can do that can't it?
Lay it on the TG, that would be lame. I guess I am thinking of the shoebox style cases (Ghost, etc.). I do like the small footprint, but it seems like allowing it to sit either way would have been at the top of the list.It could, if you find a way to keep the side panel off the desk (for airflow), both sides are intake, the rear is exhaust; I guess you could just lay it on the TG front panel...?
But seeing as the whole idea of a tower chassis is to reduce desktop footprint...
You have three choices for an AM4 ITX mobo; Asus, ASRock, & Gigabyte. None of those have an internal USB Type-C header. I am personally hoping that we will get B550 ITX mobos sometime soon, I would think manufacturers would be including USB Type-C internal headers as standard at this point?This thing looks right up my alley. I want to do a Ryzen 3800x build in it. Any recommendations on the motherboard? The X570 chipset ITX mobo selection looks pretty small to begin with.
not yet and why? gpus arent really needing 4.0 yet or are you going to mount a nvme in it?When is this shipping to retail? I can't find anywhere to buy it. Maybe Corona is slowing shipments? Though I also want to wait until they update it with the PCI-E 4.0 riser cable.
Because I'm lazy and I don't want to replace the cable later when I need a 4.0 riser. Also I heard some 4.0 mobos have a hard time negotiating down to 3.0 with a 3.0 riser cable, and don't have an option to force to 3.0.not yet and why? gpus arent really needing 4.0 yet or are you going to mount a nvme in it?