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I just marked the holes trough the fan mounts with a pen or something, then I used a round sawbladedrillbitt that fits on a drill. 92mm blade. Should be no problem.
TU-300
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 4790k MSI SLI KRAIT Z97S MSI Armor 1070 Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3L 1600MHz 16GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Kingston SSDNow 480GB M.2 Crucial MX100 SSD 512GB ARCTIC Freezer I30 Windows 10 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
BenQ 35" LED Curved XR3501 Ducky Shine 5 EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G2 Lian Li PC TU-300 
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Tek Syndicate SteelSeries QCK XXL Gaming 
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TU-300
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 4790k MSI SLI KRAIT Z97S MSI Armor 1070 Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3L 1600MHz 16GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Kingston SSDNow 480GB M.2 Crucial MX100 SSD 512GB ARCTIC Freezer I30 Windows 10 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
BenQ 35" LED Curved XR3501 Ducky Shine 5 EVGA SuperNOVA 550 G2 Lian Li PC TU-300 
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Tek Syndicate SteelSeries QCK XXL Gaming 
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post #82 of 162
Hello guys,
Can you help me out with some dimensions of TU100?

I want to buy case but like the make sure WC rad will fit.
thanks in advance!
Alex
post #83 of 162
If you look at the pics I uploaded earlier, you will see the Corsair H75 will fit. You will have to put the rad in first or squeeze it past the motherboard into the holes, but it will definitely fit as long as it's the same dimensions as the H75.

Note: If you want a graphics card more powerful than the GTX 750 Ti, then you will have to cut holes and put fans in the bottom. I'll be doing so over Christmas break.
Edited by Breakpoint12 - 12/21/14 at 9:11pm
post #84 of 162
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If you look at the pics I uploaded earlier, you will see the Corsair H75 will fit. You will have to put the rad in first or squeeze it past the motherboard into the holes, but it will definitely fit as long as it's the same dimensions as the H75.

thanks for the advice. h75 rad is 120mmx152mm and I want to squeeze swiftech's mcr140-x(140mmx150mm+4mm fill port cap). im ready to mode the thing and put slim fan between front panel and holding panel - this is why I'm curious about C dimension from my pic - will 15mm fan fit?
post #85 of 162
I think width and height wise it should fit, but will it mount? This is a 140mm radiator going on a 120mm fan mount.
post #86 of 162
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I think width and height wise it should fit, but will it mount? This is a 140mm radiator going on a 120mm fan mount.
two options for me - use 140mm to 120mm adapter which eats 15mm in thickness terms or do the 140mm holes in inner panel.
Can you get me a C dimension please? I'm still wondering if 12mm thin Scythe 120mm fan will fit. Just realized outer panels are just two and L-shaped. Curious how to replace the rivers on their edges.
post #87 of 162
You mean distance between the edge of the motherboard and the front panel? I'll check.
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You mean distance between the edge of the motherboard and the front panel? I'll check.

Ok time to do some math. My H75 is 25 mm thick + Noctua Nf-F12 industrial is 25 mm think + leaves about 1 mm clearance between the motherboard edge and the radiator = about 51 mm Total Clearance.
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I do not have the TU-100. But I do have the TU200. You can see how I modded the case and Corsair cooling Kit to fit at the front of the case and what components I used. Maybe you can use something similar. Just scroll down to mid page to see pics.

I was still able to use the filter with a slim fit fan and a fan adapter.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1319808/silent-htpc-build


Some closer shots and measurements.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1319808/silent-htpc-build/30#post_20675883
Edited by RogueRage - 1/14/15 at 8:47am
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