Opps, I forgot to review after I installed this card. My bad!
I have not looked at all, sorry. I'd say email support and ask if there are any known compatible readers.
Support says "and the SD slot, for this model, it has the slot as an further building option, but does not come with the card reader, you need to buy it separately.
DIYPC support team"
Have you ever noticed the empty sd card reader slot? They hid it underneath the "DIYPC" logo sticker when i guess they decided to not include it. Something interesting I found out when I installed my new fans.
Results are in, GPU temp running at an 8% overclock is 61° in watchdogs 2, maxed out at 45 fps. At 100 fan speed, right at the fans is roughly 35 DB. With case closed and about 1 foot away (with 3 case fans and CPU fan aswell), im getting about 10 DB. Not noticeable with headphones. The card will do well.
If you give me about 30 minutes, I'll get you a sound test and hard numbers. Brief rundown, it's really quiet and at 65% fanspeed it's pretty quiet. Anything above that give you a slight high pitched sound, but it's barely noticeable. Performance wise, it's great. I have it slightly overclocking, and at MAXED everything , high res texture pack, I get about 40 fps in watchdogs 2. Overwatch maxed out 150 render scale gets me about 60fps. It's a good card, I'll get you more soon.
Just work with it. Try and line up at least 3 holes. I'm not sure as Ive never used that psu before.
Cya, here is the link to the purple version ffr. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811353097
I've only had my hands on this case from DIY, but I'm incredibly glad I chose this one. It comes in two other color schemes aswell; purple and black and white and blue. Highly recommended.
Thank you. My only, and I mean ONLY complain is that the drive status lights aren't frosted, so they are just a bit bright. I have both my factory installed fans running at their highest, and they are practically silent. I really love this case.
Lol no problem! It's easy to make such a subtle mistake like that and then you get panic when its not working; I've done it myself. Glad everything is working!
Are you plugged directly into your mobo. or a graphics card?
Here is the driver for your dongle. http://downloadcenter.netgear.com/en/product/A6210#register
Unplug your machine, and on your back I/O shield, there is a small button. Press and hold that button for 5 seconds and then attempt to power up.
I'm saying the graphics card may not be functioning properly if you don't have the necessary drivers. I could be wrong, just a suggestion.
Do you have all necessary drivers for usb 3.0? If you are using f_panel usb 3.0, you usually need more drivers.
With the power off, take a q-tip or something similar with some rubbing alcohol on it and gently remove the excess amount.
Try plugging your hdmi cable directly into the motherboard, as it may be a driver issue. If that doesn't work, clear your bios.
When shutting off, are you shutting down or hibernating?
What motherboard are you using? Some motherboards have a (complete crap I think) "dehumidifier" setting, where they will actually run components in a low power mode to keep moister from occurring. (again, crap.) Also, are your fans/lights using molex connectors or the fan ports on the mb?
Like Lemon said, most components wont run into trouble until around 185F or 85C. Everything should be fine. I keep my components around 55C, or 131F.
N_3_R_O, this problem sounds like it could be a number of things. The power supply may be failing or the high temps. These are my guesses. How old is the powersupply? Roughly how many hours does it have? Have you modified it or any of the wires/connectors? The other BIG point, most BIOS' have default thermal cut-offs if any component reaches 75c. If you ABSOLUTELY cannot relocate, consider water cooling at least the cpu. A little wire management may help. My money is on temps being too high. Try forcing your fans a bit faster from bios/ a program. DO NOT CHANGE YOUR THERMAL CUT OFF. NOTE I am not a professional, please get some other input before trying anything. I pm'd you my skype if you have any further questions for me.
TAKE THE TIME - FILL OUT YOUR MAIL-IN REBATES!!! I honestly didn't time how long it took. Depending on how careful and how detailed/planned out you are, times will vary. I began by installing the power supply, vent down so it had access to the filtered cutout. After that, I installed the motherboard's io shield, moved only one standoff (the rest were correct) and installed the mobo. The cpu was a quick install, pay attention to your direction. Note- the directional arrow is not on the plastic socket, it is silk-screened onto the mobo. Installed the cooler and then ram. I put the ssd in place (the metal brackets are workable, so I just slightly bent them in order to place the ssd). Cable management took the longest time, roughly 45 mins for me. I routed ALL cables through the bottom management hole, then just poked through the closest to the component. Since I only have an ssd, I tucked my unused cables away in the hard-drive port where they are invisible. For a first timer, if you take your time and do things THE RIGHT WAY, I usually spend about 2 hours building; wire management included. The os should only take about 5/10 mins if installing to the ssd (which I recommend). If you have any questions, there are loads of guides online or you can ask me myself. Have a fun time jumping into the realm of building PCs c:
I purchased the DIY-F2-O because it is a small(ish) but really roomy case, it has good, solid build quality, it is light, comes with built in led fans (2), has a semi-decent ssd holder, and was all-round amazing for only 30$. I can answer any further questions you may have.