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post #1581 of 1607 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 02:38 AM
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Lugging the TU200 around with monitor and accessories...

I'm looking for suggestions on a backpack of some kind for the TU100/200 and my Eyoyo 13" IPS HDMI Monitor, Filco Air68 keyboard and Razer Mamba mouse.

Yes, LAN parties are still a thing! 😁

I'm getting tired of making multiple trips back and forth from the car.

The handle on the TU100/200 is great but I want to be able to carry everything in one package.

I've looked at the Razer Tactical Pro backpack made for their laptops but I don't think the large compartment will fit the TU200 case.


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post #1582 of 1607 (permalink) Old 07-20-2019, 11:55 AM
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It was not targeted to correct you but to encourage the use of TU100. Considering the Corsair 80i V2 radiator thickness 49..50mm, it can fit even without cuts in case if non stock fan is used. Fastening radiator and mounting 13mm thick fan between the walls will be tricky...

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Forum fellow NicolasTMills asked if it is supported "with open case without modificacions".
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Hey Myrdal! Long time no see mate
Hey man! everything good in here?



Think ill shoot this in here in case anyone is looking for one, im selling a bare TU200 case, my personal case. Comes with everything - but the front fan panel (?) the one thats riveted on is taken of (it comes with the case, i just dont have the tool to re-attach it) other than that the case is in mint condition since it hasnt been used (lol rip...) im located in Norway and im sure shipping will be absolute murder but if anyone is interested shoot me a direct email @ [email protected] (i rarely have time to visit this awesome little gem of internet anymore, but i lurk sometimes <3 )


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post #1584 of 1607 (permalink) Old 12-11-2019, 07:49 AM
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First post on here: Ive wanted to build in the TU100 case for a few years now. Funny how 1 item can send you down a path of no return.

Started off with picking up an R9 Nano for $99. *Wanted one of these back in the day. Black Friday and Cyber Monday fruited me a Z390 ITX and a 9600k.

During my search for an ITX case on New Egg I came across the TU100 again. This time for just $88 (Not sure of historical prices.)

While I'm still waiting for parts, my modification list is growing. I've seen numerous brilliant and time consuming ventilation solutions.

Has anyone considered one of these to go in the DVD bay for top exhaust? Plugs into a USB port. I put one in my Smart closet to vent out the heat. It seems like it might fit.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1




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First post on here: Ive wanted to build in the TU100 case for a few years now. Funny how 1 item can send you down a path of no return.

Started off with picking up an R9 Nano for $99. *Wanted one of these back in the day. Black Friday and Cyber Monday fruited me a Z390 ITX and a 9600k.

During my search for an ITX case on New Egg I came across the TU100 again. This time for just $88 (Not sure of historical prices.)

While I'm still waiting for parts, my modification list is growing. I've seen numerous brilliant and time consuming ventilation solutions.

Has anyone considered one of these to go in the DVD bay for top exhaust? Plugs into a USB port. I put one in my Smart closet to vent out the heat. It seems like it might fit.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
That's interesting, haven't seen that fan before. My only concern is the actual fan fitting through the slim OD bay slot. I assume you are going to try to slide it through from the front, right?
Also, there is the potential issue with the fan colliding with the PSU. So, tbh I am looking forward to seeing the results of your testing.

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A cd carrier is 5" wide, 5.1" long, .5" High
The fan is: 4.76" wide, 4.8" long , however it requires a 1.25" high opening.

That is over double in height, so i not so sure it can be modified to fit.


Case is scheduled to arrive on the 18th.

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A cd carrier is 5" wide, 5.1" long, .5" High
The fan is: 4.76" wide, 4.8" long , however it requires a 1.25" high opening.

That is over double in height, so i not so sure it can be modified to fit.


Case is scheduled to arrive on the 18th.
Now is that opening the spec for the front plate, or the fan itself? Because best case scenario, the fan may just slide through the slim dvd bay, and you could just bolt the mounting plate to the front of the case.

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Now is that opening the spec for the front plate, or the fan itself? Because best case scenario, the fan may just slide through the slim dvd bay, and you could just bolt the mounting plate to the front of the case.
I only have this photo to go off of.


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My 15 yr old built the LAN-Party TU100 last night. *Im out of town at the moment.



CPU: 9100F
GPU: R9 Nano
RAM: Corsair Pro 16gb 3200 cl16
SSD: XPG 1TB PCIe 4.0 (Borrowed, as its going in our 3950x build next week.)
PSU: EVGA GM 550
CPU cooler: Silverstone AR-11

He said temps were in the low 70's at full load.



"Dad, I can play Rainbow 6 siege @ max settings, 1080p at full 144hz freesync. Fornight Ultra @ 90 FPS"

Ill have him run benchmarks later. I know he said he forgot to enable XMP on the RAM.
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Looks good mate. Makes me miss my R9 Nano seeing that build lol

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Razer Firefly Cloth
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