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Not an impossible task, check out this cooler, but agreed, with limited modding possibilities, these small cases are not for the avid gamer.
I saw the cooler itself and when used in TU-100. Looks sweet smile.gif

I've spent some time doing some digging on everything I could dig on TU 100 and cooling. Really too bad that I cant build kickass gaming rig around TU 100 - this case is perfect in dimensions and being portable. I could not find second better case with handle when it comes to my standards that is as sweet as TU 100.

I hope they will come up with something this small and compact for gamers in the future. Maybe something that is already modded as a revision of existing version? Never hurts to dream about it wink.gif
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post #512 of 1462
In a small volume like that, we should be ready to sacrifice TDP's. Without modding, I'd say the case is not ready for a CPU>65W and GPU>150W. Simply too crowded with not enough holes for decent airflow.

The Dan a4 concept seems interesting, hopefully Lian Li will pick up its volume production.
post #513 of 1462
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Originally Posted by tamas970 View Post

In a small volume like that, we should be ready to sacrifice TDP's. Without modding, I'd say the case is not ready for a CPU>65W and GPU>150W. Simply too crowded with not enough holes for decent airflow.

The Dan a4 concept seems interesting, hopefully Lian Li will pick up its volume production.
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Originally Posted by tamas970 View Post

In a small volume like that, we should be ready to sacrifice TDP's. Without modding, I'd say the case is not ready for a CPU>65W and GPU>150W. Simply too crowded with not enough holes for decent airflow.

The Dan a4 concept seems interesting, hopefully Lian Li will pick up its volume production.
*cough* STOCK COOLER *cough* ...
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post #514 of 1462
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*cough* STOCK COOLER *cough* ...

That's just a demo build. The Dan A4 can fit other low-profile coolers that are way better than that one.
post #515 of 1462
Ive been super tempted by the a4, but I would like to see some sort of bag, or handle for it first.
post #516 of 1462
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That's just a demo build. The Dan A4 can fit other low-profile coolers that are way better than that one.
Anything is better than a stock cooling, even if I were to remove the stock cooling and blow air using my mouth - ok maybe I went too far, but stock cooling = no sir.
Low profile coolers I dont know... Depands on what temps we will be talking about after case would be released and tested with top low profile cooler.

Cryorig C1 was considered something decent and it did not perform well on stock grease of Cryorig and even when I changed it to Noctua grease. I kinda still dont believe anything else then AIO or when it comes to ATX full sized - legendary Noctua NH-D14 and its latest version.

But I dont want full atx anymore. I would like to make gaming mini itx rig, size of tu-100, handle and ability to fit AIO... And I want it very much.
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post #517 of 1462
I like the A4 but no blue ray recorder, my tu100 haz all a large pc includes in portable size. Jast looking for a better Gpu than gtx970 mini to come up the next months now the big 1080-70 is live. And for those claiming for hi temps it is ok with silverstone nt01 pro cooling the 4790K (boost 4,3Ghz) and the noctua industrial blowing 3000 rpm. Bit noisy but it ceaps the airflow up when needed. I live in Greece and at the moment whe have a hot summer 35-38celsius.
post #518 of 1462
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I like the A4 but no blue ray recorder, my tu100 haz all a large pc includes in portable size. Jast looking for a better Gpu than gtx970 mini to come up the next months now the big 1080-70 is live. And for those claiming for hi temps it is ok with silverstone nt01 pro cooling the 4790K (boost 4,3Ghz) and the noctua industrial blowing 3000 rpm. Bit noisy but it ceaps the airflow up when needed. I live in Greece and at the moment whe have a hot summer 35-38celsius.
Do you have screenshots of core temp/real temp after gaming/stress testing? Would love to see them.
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post #519 of 1462
No time to make stress test. If you look in this forum you will find test gaming results i have posted for Bf4, WoW,WoT(http://www.overclock.net/t/1523355/lian-li-pc-tu100-200-owners-club/400). On my build log you will see real temp screenshot after playing WoT.http://www.overclock.net/t/1600804/my-lian-li-pc-tu100-air-cooled
Edited by fer9001 - 6/20/16 at 10:10pm
post #520 of 1462
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I added rubber feet on the bottom to get 10mm clearance of the ground and installed the 140mm fan (Prolimatech Ultra Sleek Vortex 14) on the bottom as intake.
Now i am thinking to change the stock cooler of my Asus 970 Mini with an Arctic Cooling Accelero Mono PLUS because it is to hot 79-80celsius under load.
Front intake Noctua Industrial and bottom intake Prolimatech ultra sleek vortex 14 (15mm thick)
Bottom installed rubber feet
Near shot of the rubber feet
The last thing i will change is the 1Tb Samsung 850 EVO SSD with the new SAMSUNG NVMe 950 PRO 1Tb PCI-Express 3.0 x4 (coming in summer)
Here are some temps on gaming sessions with current setup!
Core 1 2 3 4 Load% Gpu temp
World of Tanks


World of Warcraft


Battlefield 4
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