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Ryzen 5 2400G Mini-ITX with ASROCK AB350 Gaming-ITX Motherboard

by sprucegum Jun 18, 2018
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Oh, men, this is my dream home theater setup. I'm waiting for the 4400G (?) and use a pico PSU instead of a regular PSU.

Por supuesto I can't wait until the next gen of APUs come out. I've actually upgraded this thing to a 3400G but it's not actually a huge upgrade over the 2400G.

Great case! I'm looking for a case and I thought that it'd be nice if it could include a SFX PSU. I'll see if I can remix it so one can fit in :)

Edit: I just downloaded it... There's a power brick section on the case, does it an SFX PSU?

Also, there's no openscad file for the power brick. The STL for the power brick section seems corrupted and not editable in openscad :(

The power brick/section should be part of the mini_itx_ryzen.scad file, uncomment "case_power_expansion()" near the start of the file. It will look weird but when you render it, it should look ok.

I didn't design it to fit an SFX size PSU but you can run the ATX cables into the case and maybe design a way to mount it.

I just uploaded my latest revision which uses a Pico ATX PSU instead. If you haven't already bought the SFX power supply, I'd recommend that if it fits your power budget.

Thanks for your work

Can you load a case model for AMD Wraith MAX?