Today I got my Dan A4-SFX case delivered from Germany and I thought I'd make a post on my build in it.Surprisingly small shipping boxIt's very small in personJust the skeleton, getting ready to put parts in!The parts But where is the storage you might askStarting with the motherboardNext up is the GPU, lots of space for the reference AMD card here.The case was not designed with the Corsair SF series in mind, the PSU power plug is angled the wrong way for this connector, making for a really tight fit with the cable.All the parts in placeThoughts after build:
For such a small case, it's really easy to build in, putting everything together only took me 20 minutes. The only issue I encountered was the PSU power cable extender as shown in the picture, I had to plug this in before mounting the PSU. The PCIe riser cable is of excellent quality and is operating at 16x.
I would have liked something thicker and sturdier than the thin piece plastic separating the GPU from the PSU, nonetheless it functions as intended.
Personally I would rate this case as the best SFF case on the market at the moment, it's small yet fits all the components you need for a powerful desktop computer.
Thanks to Daniel Hansen for creating this case through kickstarter.Speclist:
CPU - Intel Pentium G4400(Skylake)
GPU - AMD Radeon RX480 8GB
Storage - Samsung 850 EVO M.2 500GB
PSU - Corsair SF450
MB - Gigabyte B150N Phoenix
RAM - HyperX Fury 2133MHz 8GB