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post #501 of 1463
Corsair H50 is inferior and unavailable in my country. Lowest available is H80i or 75, H90 but H90 is more like for TU 200. TU 200 is very expensive here, but it is not as compact as TU 100. TU 100 is also expensive but the price is tolerable. Unlike TU 200 which I also considered.

Both beautiful cases. I hope Lian Li or someone else will make something similar or better already vented. There is also NCASE M1 that some people suggested me, but my pulse rises up every time I see small case with handle.

If it's unrealistic to have decent temps than I will have to wait up for something better to come out. Damn shame.
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post #502 of 1463
So I think I have found the solution to a dual loop tu100....

I picked up 2 more radiators from h5sf systems, so I have three now... when you put all three together you get a 120mm sized radiator block... but with 3 inlets and 3 outlets... so using 2 fans in push pull I can loop the CPU into one radiator, then the GPU into the other 2.

Going to give it a try soon
post #503 of 1463
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Youre insane man x)
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post #504 of 1463
What about AIO?

Any info if I can use H80i AIO in TU-100 ? Anybody done it before? What are the temps on H80i in TU 100?

Highest while gaming on CM Elite 130 is 49 C. Highest when stress testing 54 C.

I play Max Payne 3 and GTA V mostly.

This is how my GPU looks like:





If I to put this + AIO cooled (H80i) i5 4670, will I be OK, what temps can I expect?
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post #505 of 1463
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H80i is too thick to fit without removing the inner shield thing.
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post #506 of 1463
Quote:
Originally Posted by Myrdal View Post

H80i is too thick to fit without removing the inner shield thing.

So what are the other options? I see you are experienced. Fill me in.
Is there any way for a non modder to build around TU-100 cool and safe? I dont care for noise.
I would love to make gaming machine in TU-100 or transfer my rig into that case. I just dont know how to deal with termals...


Air cooling in that case would be a total failurre on 4-core processor, that I already know. So its either a TU-200 where it's less problematic to fit H90 or buying a TU-100 from a modder. But how can I buy a case from a modder?
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post #507 of 1463
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Well, i always say watercool your GPU, not the CPU, because thats what puts out the most heat, so go with a Corsair H75 or something and get the NZXT gpu mount, (its simple and easy, trust me.) i Had an aircooled 4690k no problem in mine with an AIO on the GPU. but do get a good high pressure fan for it. like a noctua. if you can, it strongly recommend cutting a hole in the bottom for a slim fan tho, it gets very hot indeed.

only modder i know is singularity computers, but that stuff costs like an arm and a leg tongue.gif
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post #508 of 1463
My TU300 came in recently, here's some pics Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Enough space for a NH-D15S and two dual-slot cards or three without fans in the bottom. Max GPU length is listed as 300 mm, Sapphire says their 390X is 308 mm, it butts up against the PSU but it does fit.

vs. Core 1000

Feel free to ask questions
Edited by benc9864 - 7/7/16 at 7:35pm
post #509 of 1463
Quote:
Originally Posted by Myrdal View Post

Well, i always say watercool your GPU, not the CPU, because thats what puts out the most heat, so go with a Corsair H75 or something and get the NZXT gpu mount, (its simple and easy, trust me.) i Had an aircooled 4690k no problem in mine with an AIO on the GPU. but do get a good high pressure fan for it. like a noctua. if you can, it strongly recommend cutting a hole in the bottom for a slim fan tho, it gets very hot indeed.

only modder i know is singularity computers, but that stuff costs like an arm and a leg tongue.gif
So in other words, my TU 100 dream is crushed. I cannot do things you did with your stuff. I rather buy a ready product than make it myself - I dont have the skills. But thanks for advice. However I dont believe in air cooling when the PSU is at the top of CPU. Tried that already with SG 05 and temps after gaming were horrible.
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SSD Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Corsair H75 Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit Samsung S24D300 
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Ozone Strike Battle Cherry MX Brown SilverStone Gold 600W Lian Li PC-TU 100B SteelSeries Rival 100 
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Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
SSD Samsung 850 EVO 250GB Corsair H75 Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit Samsung S24D300 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Ozone Strike Battle Cherry MX Brown SilverStone Gold 600W Lian Li PC-TU 100B SteelSeries Rival 100 
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post #510 of 1463
Quote:
Originally Posted by S3B4N View Post

However I dont believe in air cooling when the PSU is at the top of CPU. Tried that already with SG 05 and temps after gaming were horrible.

Not an impossible task, check out this cooler, but agreed, with limited modding possibilities, these small cases are not for the avid gamer.
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