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Awesomeeee. And way better prices than paying international price plus ridiculous shipping. biggrin.gif

No quite. Can't get an actual shipping cost on the W2 since it's OOS but shipping on the U4 is ~$22 so that on top of the ~190 is technically $6 more then I paid getting my W2 from quietpc.com. Shipping from quietpc.com was less than 4 business days.

Don't get me wrong, really happy to see a distributor here in the states and the price it definitely comparable. And it's a damned sight better than buying one from eBay.

Good news for sure for those looking to get into some really nice cases.
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post #742 of 918
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Originally Posted by Fritzz View Post

No quite. Can't get an actual shipping cost on the W2 since it's OOS but shipping on the U4 is ~$22 so that on top of the ~190 is technically $6 more then I paid getting my W2 from quietpc.com. Shipping from quietpc.com was less than 4 business days.

Don't get me wrong, really happy to see a distributor here in the states and the price it definitely comparable. And it's a damned sight better than buying one from eBay.

Good news for sure for those looking to get into some really nice cases.
Might depend on the case.. when I bought my RM3, I paid over $250 + shipping.
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post #743 of 918
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People, people, STOP! I wasn`t asking if i need to upgrade my cpu! If i would be asking that, i would have asked in another thread. Also, your theories do not apply in the real world. Do your research before leading people into wasting money, because others might not be so well informed. It`s just a couple of clicks away: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3354061/4690k-overclocked-bottleneck-gtx-1080ti.html
i`m willing to bet that a stock i3 haswell with 1080 ti sli would beat the crap out of that $1.100 cpu with a single 1080 ti. I lose 3-5 frames compared to a 500 euro processor? Ok, i can live with that. With those 500 i`ll buy another 1080 ti in a couple of months. Give it a rest pls. You sound like the "pc advisors" that worked in Metro and MediaMarkt 10 years ago, recomending the top of the line cpu to pair with a mediocre gpu.


I was simply asking for CASE related informations.

update:
1 - can the UMX4 fit a 200mm psu, such as the AX1200i? They say it`s limited to 160 but from what i`ve seen in some pictures, there was plenty of space beneath it.
2 - can the big psu shroud be removed completely? is it fixed with screws, or with bolts?

Did you ditch the UMX3 idea? I'd say that it can handle two 1080 TI's especially if you remove the case "floor" as I have done.

On big drawback with the UMX3 is that the mobo mounts directly on the side panel, there is no mobo plate, something to create maybe?


And one last thing, you actually "passively" cool the 980 Ti with the mk-26? If so, I'll get one asap!
post #744 of 918
how much watercooling gear can you fit inside the UMX4?
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post #745 of 918
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how much watercooling gear can you fit inside the UMX4?

You can fit a max of two 240mm radiators up to 27mm thick with an ATX motherboard. If you use an mATX motherboard you can potentially fit a thicker radiator in the bottom.
post #746 of 918
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You can fit a max of two 240mm radiators up to 27mm thick with an ATX motherboard. If you use an mATX motherboard you can potentially fit a thicker radiator in the bottom.
I see. is it worth the size increase over the UMX3 if I have mATX and want to do WC?
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post #747 of 918
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I see. is it worth the size increase over the UMX3 if I have mATX and want to do WC?

Very much so. You can fit a lot more in the UMX4, enough for a full custom loop with space for a full sized pump/reservoir combo, whereas you can only fit two fans in the UMX3 and not much else. The UMX4 is already a very small case, about the size of a typical mATX case, so it's already very space efficient.
post #748 of 918
Here's my W2 with custom made glass window(s), which I made before the "official" window version existed tongue.gif

Lovely case! Just ordered the C3 to play around with.











post #749 of 918
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Originally Posted by Nizr View Post

Here's my W2 with custom made glass window(s), which I made before the "official" window version existed tongue.gif

Lovely case! Just ordered the C3 to play around with.

I saw your username and wondered if that was you. I stalked your build for a long time and was one of the reasons I went with the W2.
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post #750 of 918
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I saw your username and wondered if that was you. I stalked your build for a long time and was one of the reasons I went with the W2.

post some pics of your build!
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