If you have the equipment to do it I might recommend seeing if there is any significant power draw while your system is "off."I received the case yesterday and started building immediately. The build was really helpful and it was easy to swap my components from another case into the A4. The manual is really well done!
But then I booted the pc, to a black screen (nobios) but all fans are spinning and the gaming lights on the motherboard were all on. I decided to pull out the powercord and let flow out all the current by holding the power button.
Then I tried it again. And it booted all the way to Windows! Then I shut it down and tried again. But no luck, the black screen returned. Now every time before turning on the pc I need to unplug the powercord to fix it.
I can also feel a low electric current flowing through the top-and-front metal plate but not in the side panels when I place my finger on it. Could that be a possible cause and do I need to ground the case in some way? I thought the case was already grounded?
I also hear a click-sound at the moment the lights on the motherboard and gpu turn off when I unplug the powercord and hold the power button.