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Seeing this build again is inspiring me to put my build back in my U2 case. Maybe not in its former watercooled glory, but it would be a better home than a failed modding attempt with a Dell case.

You should I really did enjoy that build. Sad to see the copper didn't work out. Maybe try acrylic?
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post #32 of 45
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You should I really did enjoy that build. Sad to see the copper didn't work out. Maybe try acrylic?

I may try copper again. I found a brand of plated tubing that I can buy locally, that bends with very few problems.

But if I were to water cool again in that case, I don't want to do a dual rad situation again, because it got way too crowded. I'd rather have the GPU instead on stock air cooling, and have the CPU cooled by a single 240mm rad.
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Quick Update!

Result of the progress:
Tapped M4 threads for this side of the rad. Will need to paint still.


Currently working on:
Bottom rad mounting bracket.

Hey!
I know I'm a couple of years late to the party, but cant figure out how you mounted the top 120mm rad to the roof.
I cant see any holes in the exterior, and you said you have knocked out those threads that come anchored with the case.

Cheers @BoloisBolo
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Hey!
I know I'm a couple of years late to the party, but cant figure out how you mounted the top 120mm rad to the roof.
I cant see any holes in the exterior, and you said you have knocked out those threads that come anchored with the case.

Cheers @BoloisBolo

I knocked out the threads from the rad then used the bottom bracket to sandwich the rad and fan to the top of the case. The bottom bracket is attached to the back panel.

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I knocked out the threads from the rad then used the bottom bracket to sandwich the rad and fan to the top of the case. The bottom bracket is attached to the back panel.

By bottom bracket do you mean the HDD one?
Sorry im really confused ahahah
maybe another pic will help
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The bracket is custom made




The standoff built into the case.



The Fan to fill the space.
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@BoloisBolo
Thanks heaps, looks like it needs a fair bit of modding,

Also i see the PSU exhaust vent you cut out as well, think a few people were curious about it too
was that with a dremel? Im terrified of scratching the aluminium finish.

An amazing mod !!
Just bought a UMX1+ and in planning phase atm!
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@BoloisBolo
Thanks heaps, looks like it needs a fair bit of modding,

Also i see the PSU exhaust vent you cut out as well, think a few people were curious about it too
was that with a dremel? Im terrified of scratching the aluminium finish.

An amazing mod !!
Just bought a UMX1+ and in planning phase atm!

Great the UMX1 is an awesome case. I plan on keeping mine and building a nice htpc.

For the PSU exhaust vent I drew up a quick sketch on sketchup and used a drill press with a metal hole saw with lots of lubricant at a low speed. Then I proceeded to file it out.
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post #39 of 45
was looking at transferring my current ITX gaming rig (i5 6500 - 65W TDP, EVGA GTX980, SFX-L PSU and other smaller/power efficient things)
Its so sexy, i love aluminium cases but havent seen one so cheap, or so tiny!

I wish I had access to those sorta tools, will probably have to ghetto the rad on, one guy on teh yootoobz GLUED his on.
Or I'll have to think a bit harder
post #40 of 45
Hard for me to find a UMX1+ at decent prices here! Only the regular UMX but that will require modding the back side to install a GPU with it.
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