There is one that's not AM4 but it uses a similar embedded processor to the Ryzen G series. https://level1techs.com/article/sapphire-fs-fpv5-review-0 I don't know how easy they are to obtain but it should be decent for gaming if you buy the most powerful one (2400g equivalent)
No it does not it's an inch or so away
Yeah it's my boot drive. I had some issues installing Windows off of a USB drive that was formatted using the Windows utility. Making the flash drive with Rufus worked though.
I actually went with a reference design cooler on purpose, as this case doesn't have any airflow on the sides and I worried a hot GPU with an open air design would just dump air inside the case.
They actually were the only leftovers from my old computer, so I didn't spend anything on them.
I might. It's does have a 120mm intake fan I don't know if you can tell from the pictures. I considered getting 2 Noctua Redux 90mm fans because i like the color better but it seems a bit wasteful to replace the one on the heatsink.
Because I didn't technically need to spend as much as I did, and it's a kind of impractical case. I have no regrets though.
Good to know. I tried running 4.3 @ 1.2v and it would reboot as soon as I turned on Prime95.
My issues with Fallout 4 are mostly because the monitor is an ultrawide and menus get all weird and stretched out because the engine isn't designed with 21:9 in mind.
I've noticed that when you're looking through multiple pages (for example: completed builds) when you change pages it leaves you at the bottom and you have to scroll all the way up.
I made a small user style that makes the user navigation links a little bit easier to click and optionally switched the content and navigation columns around. I find it easier to read stuff and parse builds with the information on the left and navigation on the right. https://userstyles.org/styles/110514/pc-part-picker-slight-improvements