- 6.6L build using some old parts (still waiting for msrp GPUs). R5 3600 & R9 Nano
Looks really nice. Did my own SFF build recently, and I'm a fellow GPU drought sufferer, in my case I am running a Fury X with a Morpheus 2 cooler.
I would loved to have a SFF for a next build.. but the cooler options is just so limited.. And ive read that SFF systems needed to be undervolted.. sigh.. I would have love a Tripleslot gpu and 5800x/11700k with 240 AIO SFF.. Also not much space for 3 2.5 SSDs..ID: h9xj600
I have the Coolermaster NR200P, it does pretty much all of those things. And has room for exactly 3 2.5 drives.ID: h9xq9cc
I have an NR200 as well and while I’m not running the 3 2.5” drives, I can say it works just fine with a 5800X and a 5700XT. Although I did swap the 5700XT to another system and replace it with a lower wattage 6600XT recently. Much less heat, but they both worked great!
Currently running a FUMA 2 on the CPU.
How are your CPU temps?ID: h9x3g7q
Not the best tbh. Im peaking 92c while gaming. Will still change the cooler out maybe to a thermalright AXP90ID: h9xj8bv
Oh, okay. Would it also be possible to mount the GPU normally (horizontally)?
What case is that?ID: h9yutu4
I remember being really impressed with how much power the R9 Nano packed into such a small package when the initial reviews came out.
How is it holding up in 2021?ID: h9yux6k
Still decent on 1080p. 4gb vram is a bit limiting though. And being a legacy product also means limited driver supporr
Nice setup, is that a panasonic lumix g85?ID: h9yuyj6
Nah. Its the cheaper G7. 🙂