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post #181 of 926
My first post, what an honor. And it goes out to the very few guys who already bought the new Jonsbo/Cooltek UMX4. I am in the building process for my new system. Originally I was aiming for the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Case, but the UMX4 looks really freaking tempting.

Problem is: I've already bought the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 (yeah I know, should have waited. Got a for a really good price though) and I am not sure if it fits into the top of the case. The radiator is 38mm thick, 120mm wide and 272mm long.
For me it is not really necessary to run it in push/pull configuration, but it would be great to be able to screw it in properly - seems a tiny bit too long for the case. Can anyone here give me some intel about the maximum possible radiator length? Thanks in advance.
post #182 of 926
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Originally Posted by secutor666 View Post

My first post, what an honor. And it goes out to the very few guys who already bought the new Jonsbo/Cooltek UMX4. I am in the building process for my new system. Originally I was aiming for the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Case, but the UMX4 looks really freaking tempting.

Problem is: I've already bought the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 (yeah I know, should have waited. Got a for a really good price though) and I am not sure if it fits into the top of the case. The radiator is 38mm thick, 120mm wide and 272mm long.
For me it is not really necessary to run it in push/pull configuration, but it would be great to be able to screw it in properly - seems a tiny bit too long for the case. Can anyone here give me some intel about the maximum possible radiator length? Thanks in advance.

aimed for UMX4 normal or glass edition?
post #183 of 926
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aimed for UMX4 normal or glass edition?

I am aiming for the tempered glass edition. Is there a difference in the internal layout?
post #184 of 926
I'm sure no, only 3kg in weight difference
post #185 of 926
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I'm sure no, only 3kg in weight difference

Yeah that does not really matter for me. Why are you asking? smile.gif
post #186 of 926
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Originally Posted by secutor666 View Post

My first post, what an honor. And it goes out to the very few guys who already bought the new Jonsbo/Cooltek UMX4. I am in the building process for my new system. Originally I was aiming for the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Case, but the UMX4 looks really freaking tempting.

Problem is: I've already bought the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 (yeah I know, should have waited. Got a for a really good price though) and I am not sure if it fits into the top of the case. The radiator is 38mm thick, 120mm wide and 272mm long.
For me it is not really necessary to run it in push/pull configuration, but it would be great to be able to screw it in properly - seems a tiny bit too long for the case. Can anyone here give me some intel about the maximum possible radiator length? Thanks in advance.

I haven't seen anyone use a radiator on a UMX4 yet, nor do I have one myself.

But I'd just get one and see if it fits. If it doesn't fit in the top you might be able to fit it in the bottom.
And worst case scenario, if it fits in neither place, you could just use the stock cooler for a while until you sell the CLC and buy a different cooler instead.

There are quite a few good looking air coolers that fir in the UMX4 and they should have better performance to noise ratios than your Arctic CLC too.

Edit: Here's one with a 30mm radiator installed, seems pretty tight, but it could work.


Edited by Gilles3000 - 8/3/16 at 3:19pm
post #187 of 926
UMX4 end user pics available on the Jonsbo website LINK and yes definitely some watercooling happening in there.
    
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post #188 of 926
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

I haven't seen anyone use a radiator on a UMX4 yet, nor do I have one myself.

But I'd just get one and see if it fits. If it doesn't fit in the top you might be able to fit it in the bottom.
And worst case scenario, if it fits in neither place, you could just use the stock cooler for a while until you sell the CLC and buy a different cooler instead.

There are quite a few good looking air coolers that fir in the UMX4 and they should have better performance to noise ratios than your Arctic CLC too.

This guy is using a radiator in his build. Not sure about the length though. Or have I missed something?
post #189 of 926
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This guy is using a radiator in his build. Not sure about the length though. Or have I missed something?

He did quite a few modifications to his case, hard to tell if any were to allow for the radiator to fit.

But like the pic I added and the ones on Jonsbo's site @BakerMan1971 linked. There's definitely quite a few radiators being used, I'd say its probably fine.
post #190 of 926
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

He did quite a few modifications to his case, hard to tell if any were to allow for the radiator to fit.

But like the pic I added and the ones on Jonsbo's site @BakerMan1971 linked. There's definitely quite a few radiators being used, I'd say its probably fine.

Is it just me, or is the Jonsbro website painfully slow? I've seen the pictures before. Might be able to deal with my radiator thickness. Deponents on the motherboard. But the thing is 272mm in length. Is that within standard dimensions?
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