There was pink foam around the plastic shell, inside a large bubble wrap envelope + the usual postage brown box added. No issues.nice packed yes,
did you order 5800x also? from time to time you can have them here for good prices. And shipping to Schweden would be no issue from Germany
I want to say 1.5mm 120x16mmI am afraid to take off the armor to measure because I have two slots used / thermal pads adhered to the drives already (third is free), I wanted to buy replacements in case I mess up, but I don't know the specs, and neither does any source on Google. I also can't seem to get a response from Gigabyte on the question.
So was curious if anyone (who is only using <= 1 m2 ssd at the moment and can easily see in the undisturbed panel for 2/3) can verify
Will test how far I get on F31n first, to see later if there is improvements or worse on F31o.so you can install 31O
The reason that PEG is there at the bottom is actually so your 12V pins in your 24 pin ATX connector won't melt. Because there are only 2 x 12V pins in 24 connector and your graphics card uses those lains to draw power via PCIe slot. In the past there were accidents where graphics cards drawn more than 75W via PCIe slot, despite having multiple 8 pins power connected (like RX 480 for example). That is why it is worth to check some good reviews of the cards you plan to use.I have 3 x 8 pin on the card that is already more then ok, but on the bottom no did not connect. this is realy if you have much power over pci needed
Yeah, no idea what voltages are safe on this chip for the moment, just testing the limits.don't kill it
Here is a screenshot from a test with the B550Yeah, no idea what voltages are safe on this chip for the moment, just testing the limits.
2266Mhz FCLK seems to work with 1.300V SoC also, but 2300FCLK just reboots when I try to enter windows. More voltage or other things didn't seem to do the trick for it either.
So 2266Mhz FCLK on this sample if you want to use 1.300V.
2300Mhz might need much more, or something else needs adjustment, 1.350V didn't help it to get into windows either.
I was suprised these don't have VDDG voltage settings. Only VDDP & SoC, GFX also if you want to use that with a more appropriate motherboard.
EDIT: Seems 1.275V SoC is enough for 2266FCLK now.