This one is smaller and has
- 280 radiator support
- two hardware layouts in one case (sandwich and classic)
- a less stealthy design
- you can flip the internal chassis 180° - bottom will be top and top will be bottom
After a long time of silence I like to introduce the redesigned C4-SFX. The name comes from the German envelope norm for A4 papers so it is the big brother of the A4-SFX.
This case is the fusion of a traditional hardware layout and the sandwich layout. The list of features is long...
Sorry I was very unactive on this thread the last years because the community has moved to "smallformfactor.net". Here are some answers:
I work on a new product C4-SFX https://smallformfactor.net/forum/threads/dan-c4-sfx-update-28-06-2020.12329/
There are no plans to change the A4-SFX. While...
Today I tested the PCIe 4.0 compatibility with all A4-SFX generations and here are the results:
Windows 10 crashed with a blue screen directly after the boot logo on the v3 and v4 risers. Only the 3M Twin Axial riser was able to handle PCIe 4.0.
I made a 6 hours benchmark run through...
I have the feeling you have the same problem like this guy on your board:
For this guy the solution was to rotate the heatsink 90°. You could also try to use the boxed heatsink to...
XstreamHard For the Z390-I you can remove the big I/O cover. For this mod I recommend to use the Black Ridge with Noctua A12x15 fan and VLP Ram. Than the fan will push air to the motherboard and the power regulation area so you need no heatsink on it.
Van0: Great result. How much affect has the fan duct on the results? Did you tested pull vs push? Can you confirm that the black ridge isn't matte black painted annymore? Now it is more like black nickel plated?