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that's the new one I'm planning to get biggrin.gif

am thinking about getting a matx mb in there - i kind of think it looks a little cleaner? although to be fair that is a very nice build!
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Originally Posted by Jeff Wode View Post

that's the new one I'm planning to get biggrin.gif

am thinking about getting a matx mb in there - i kind of think it looks a little cleaner? although to be fair that is a very nice build!

Personally I think ATX fills it just right... that gap at the bottom of MATX looks off to me, but if you had a loop in there with a rad+fans in the bottom that would balance it out and fill that space.
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I see what you mean about E-ATX and cablilng, luckily my X99S SLI Plus is just standard ATX.

By the way, had to come up with a slight mod to mount the ION Res/Pump in the case, dremel cut away at a fan grille and mounted the whole thing in the top 140mm fan position at the front, as can be seen in this leak test pic smile.gif

    
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.......... The new glass side panel version looks even better!
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They do an upgrade kit : http://www.jonsbo.eu/w-serie/83/cooltek-w2-tempered-glass-kit?c=17
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They do an upgrade kit : http://www.jonsbo.eu/w-serie/83/cooltek-w2-tempered-glass-kit?c=17

Yeah I saw that, but I'd like to know how it works. There are no screw holes on the existing W2, just holes where the pins push in, and that's all built in to the frame of the case. I don't quite know how a kit would get around this, unless it operates in a similar fashion?
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It is a fantastic case Jeff, it will take E-ATX boards, ..........
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The W2 won't take E-ATX format boards. I asked Jonsbo EU by email. (See the screenshot at the bottom of this post.)
I placed an order for PC parts 2+ weeks ago including the UMX4. Then the next morning changed the motherboard to an E-ATX format board. I had to cancel my order for the UMX4 and inquired about the W2. But Jonsbo shattered my dreams. So did Lian-Li btw, with the PC-V33 case, they also responded to my email inquiry with a no.

You can easily see that the W2 takes XL-ATX boards though. Because it has 8 PCI-e slot brackets instead of 7 (With XL-ATX the long side of an ATX board becomes exactly the width of one extra PCI-e slot with surrounding longer).
On XL-ATX boards the space where the first PCI-e slot would go, is usually skipped. To leave more room between the CPU socket and the first graphics card. Or to solder other short height components or chips closer to the CPU. So usually the first PCI-e slot bracket is never removed when an XL-ATX motherboard is fitted. Unless you get a board like the MSI Big Bang Marshal.
E-ATX is extending mostly in the other direction (the short side of an ATX board becomes longer.)
The W2 also misses the extra 3 board standoffs for E-ATX boards. The shop's tech told me over the phone.

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Yeah I saw that, but I'd like to know how it works. There are no screw holes on the existing W2, just holes where the pins push in, and that's all built in to the frame of the case. I don't quite know how a kit would get around this, unless it operates in a similar fashion?
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You've got a good point there.
The German version of the kit's page has a tiny bit more information though, But it still doesn't give precise details. Nor does the data sheet. :
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Der Austausch ist sehr einfach - das vorhandene Seitenteil muss lediglich ausgewechselt werden.
"Replacement is very easy - just swap out the existing side panel. "
I was thinking of 4 pushpins (with screw holes on the other side) for the tempered glass side panel. (Or maybe you can remove the rim of the case where the pushpin holes are located. Just guessing though.)




Edited by Dokter Bibber - 7/19/16 at 1:52pm
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Lots of great info Dokter Dibber, it was when the case was launch I think most of the review sites claimed E-ATX capability, probably not with official fittings but modded. Not completely sure. So apologies if my comment was misleading.

That tempered glass upgrade is a must. I must have it thumb.gif

***EDIT*** Glass kit should be out the end of next month for around 30 Euro.
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It's great they offer tempered glass kits but how about anodized aluminum kit for the RM3? Lot of folks in the target audience who prefer less flashy looks redface.gif
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The W2 won't take E-ATX format boards. I asked Jonsbo EU by email. (See the screenshot at the bottom of this post.)
I placed an order for PC parts 2+ weeks ago including the UMX4. Then the next morning changed the motherboard to an E-ATX format board. I had to cancel my order for the UMX4 and inquired about the W2. But Jonsbo shattered my dreams. So did Lian-Li btw, with the PC-V33 case, they also responded to my email inquiry with a no.

Jonsbo have given you some wrong info there, and what they've said is not entirely accurate... it ENTIRELY depends on what E-ATX motherboard we're talking about. This is because most current E-ATX boards use identical standoff layouts as their ATX counterparts (in fact I can't seem to find one that doesn't). I have checked this on the recent MSI XPower boards, and they are the same. The ONLY difference is the E-ATX board extends out just under an inch. That is it. I am pretty sure the Asus E-ATX boards (Rampage V Edition 10 for example) are also the same, not sure about Gigabyte, Asus or EVGA but a quick visual check on their website would suggest they are.

Problem with talking to these companies is you're often communicating with some low level employee who really doesn't know that much about the product, and likely has never built in it. They will just be reading off official specs. Always pays to do a bit more research. smile.gif

However, the bigger problem with the W2 and UMX4 is that I am pretty sure an E-ATX board would block off the cable passthroughs.

UPDATE: I've just done a comparison in Photoshop with the all latest E-ATX boards and they are all the same... ATX stand-off layouts, nothing different. Maybe they used to be different years ago, but they certainly aren't now. Someone should tell Jonsbo lol!

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Edited by atomicus - 7/20/16 at 4:20am
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My Jonsbo RM3:




Pain in the ass case to build in, but looks nice in the end.

Have also pre-ordered this beauty:

https://www.ple.com.au/Products/624211/Jonsbo-VR1-Black-with-Window

Hopefully will be easier to work in :S
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