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The Zotac 970 with two fans do fit if you cut out the front portion of the inner cage if im not mistaking. dont quote me though.

*EDIT* It will fit, the card is 204mm and the case is 252mm smile.gif

Zotac showed off a single fan 970 with 6-pin power connector at CES last year:
http://techreport.com/news/27646/super-small-superclocked-gtx-970s-mingle-at-zotac

I emailed them about a year ago but got no response. Doubt they are ever going to release it now when new cards are coming this summer.

Anyway, once the shorter 960s came out, I upgraded to that from a GTX 750.
post #382 of 1421
Hi peps!!!!
Any tried to fit a Silverstone NT01-PRO (http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=367) turned to the intake 120mm fan?


And how better cane it perform over the Thermalright AXP-100R


(http://www.thermalright.com/html/products/cpu_cooler/axp-100r.html)
Edited by fer9001 - 2/5/16 at 4:37am
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@fer9001 Nobody here as far as i know has tried that, but i think it would be very tight with the front of the psu. however, i encourage you to try this, its something different! could be very cool smile.gif
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I am waiting for its arrival to try it out.
At the moment I am sempeling temps of the Thermalright AXP-100R.
I like to keep my Rig Air cooled and the summer her get around 39 Celcius.
At the moent the cpu (4790k) get in a gaming session 72 Celsius with room temps 28.
Hope to get better temps on this one.
Edited by fer9001 - 2/6/16 at 11:38pm
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I am waiting for its arrival to try it out.
At the moment I am sempeling temps of the Thermalright AXP-100R.
I like to keep my Rig Air cooled and the summer her get around 39 Celcius.
At the moent the cpu (4790k) get in a gaming session 72 Celsius with room temps 28.
Hope to get better temps on this one.

Better show some pics once it arrives. Whether it succeeds or fails, it will be good information biggrin.gif
     
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Has anyone put the asrock x99 in one of these yet? I'm wanting to do a workstation build but am tentative on a cpu cooler that will fit.
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Has anyone tried flying with their TU100 case? I don't want to end up at the airport unable to take it on board.
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Transplanting everything out of my PC-TU100 and into a modded PC-Q21. The FSP500 Platinum FlexATX is so tiny. iPhone5s for scale.


How'd the build go? I'm curious what you did with the FlexATX and riser.
Edited by endlesssssssss - 2/8/16 at 6:30am
post #389 of 1421
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Has anyone put the asrock x99 in one of these yet? I'm wanting to do a workstation build but am tentative on a cpu cooler that will fit.

Not that I am aware of. I will have to do some digging around on the web to see if I can find one.
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Has anyone tried flying with their TU100 case? I don't want to end up at the airport unable to take it on board.

That is a great question. I want do a similar thing myself..
     
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Has anyone tried flying with their TU100 case? I don't want to end up at the airport unable to take it on board.

I dont see a problem with bringing it on a airplane. Its pretty much a safer version of a laptop(no exploding battery)... as long as your air cooled you shouldnt have a issue (water cooled guys will get harassed for over 3oz of fluid)

I would say your best bet is to call the airport or the airline your traveling on and ask them. But, again, I have taken several laptops larger than the tu100 on airplanes (think giant alienware laptops) so you should be good to go.

http://travel.stackexchange.com/questions/18794/is-it-possible-to-take-a-desktop-pc-as-carry-on-luggage
http://maphappy.org/2014/07/how-to-bring-a-desktop-as-carry-on-luggage/
http://travel.stackexchange.com/questions/16266/can-i-bring-my-desktop-computer-as-check-in-baggage-on-a-flight

A few links I found while checking this out. The last one seems like the best one of the bunch.

A few things I would recommend though. Make a foam cover for the IO ports (See link at bottom for the best foam to do this with)... the tu100 is pretty armor plated, but the soft underbelly of the IO area will kill it. If someone tosses a carry on bag into the overhead and bumps the IO panel, your in for trouble if they break anything.

http://www.rubberflooringinc.com/interlocking-tile/foam/rainbow-play-mats.html
This foam is cheap, easy to cut and can be glued together with super glue.

To build a rear cover for the IO ports, first cut 2 tiles so its the size of the rear panel. Now take one of those tiles and draw the outline of the IO sheild and the gpu. Cut these parts out, then glue the 2 tiles together.
You should end up with a double thick tile that has a large IO shaped recess in it.
Now you can use velcro straps or something like that to secure it tight to the rear of the case.\

You can then use some of the left over foam to make a gpu brace to keep the gpu from moving around. Doesnt need to be something super nice, infact, if you just put a piece between the gpu and the psu, then between the gpu and the bottom of the case. That should be plenty to keep it from moving around.
Edited by ejohnson - 2/8/16 at 8:26pm
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