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Build this back in November with Ryzen 2600.
Recently upgraded the CPU, the RAM and the NVMe.
Daily use, gaming.
Everything worked well, no problems.
+1 for the Ballistix Elite alone.
Very well done.
Now that's how you use up real estate. Nice job.
Excellent idea with the airflow cone for the Noctua CPU cooler!
Remember to get BIOS 2602 for this board as it fixes a lot of issues with DOCP.
do you by chance have the 3D model for the airflow cone? I'd love to make one for myself...
Hi, you can download the file from the www.dan-cases.com/dana4_faq.html.
appreciate it a lot man...
Hi I'm just wondering can you install another 90mm fan under that motherboard? As I am about getting my fan case and wish to build a same one as yours.
Hi, this is Dan case V3, you need Dan case V4 or V4.1 to install a slim 92mm under the motherboard. If you have V3 you can install the fan but it isn't a straightforward installation as it is on the newer editions.
I would like to use the exact cpu, cooler and fan duct. What are the temps?
Hi, I also have SF450 and would like to upgrade to 3700x. How is the temp in your case with NH-L9a? How do you make it work with SF450 with 1080? Do you do any undervolting? Thanks in advance! :)
Hi, the temps are good (cpu with offset -0.0750V and kryonaut grease, high 70's with Blender and mid 70's with Cinebench R20, all with ambient 25c), (gpu at 1962MHz/-0.912v, max 65c with the fans spinning very low at 1500-1600rpm).
Nothing to work out with the SF450, it is almost an overkill with this setup. If you go extreme with max overclock (cpu & gpu and no undervolt) the total power draw from the wall is 340-350W. If you go efficient with undervolting and no overclock the total power draw is 260-270W.