I'd like to gather up all owners of the Lian Li PC TU100 and 200 series cases in this thread.
Here we can share builds, aska questions regarding these cases and share experience.
Hope you all can join and make a fun little (da dum tss) community around these cases !
I switched out for a gt430 for right now till I see what the 900 series has to offer.
I am running it on air right now too.... eventually want to get it back to water, but I want to do it with acrylic tubes. I need to cut the fan mount, so I can push the radiator forward more.
Final plans would be a asus impact with a full cover block, short pcb gpu with a waterblock, then a small pump and a custom res that fits into the dvd bay.
the Gigabyte 970 ITX looks really good, linus techtips are going to do a review of it soon, stay tuned for that.
ah that sound awesome dude! when i switch to my TU200, im going to mod the 100 to fit a singel bay res, try to find a small pump that will fit and move the rad up like you said. think thats the way to go on this case
Originally Posted by Simmons572
Subbed! I plan on picking up a TU 100 within the next couple months. I need a good lan rig, and I just can't lug my Air 540 around everywhere.
you won't regret it! i actually went from a AIR 540 myself, never looked back!
that green one is pretty cool! and i like the side window on the pink one, but not much use in this case when you have a gpu and everything, too much cable clutter but hey, might try that too, see how it works irl.
keep posting guys, i want the TU serier to take the "ITX CROWN" from the Bitfenix Prodegy (since the TU series are actual SMALL cases, not ATX cases with bad layout x)
Creator of the Lian Li PC TU-100/200/300 Owners Club
I'm a big fan of the 200, would love to one as a mobile server for movies and music.
Edit, was messing around with my 100 and I found I can fit a 750ti with the acx cooler (dual fan) in there ?
The only problem is that the GPU fan shroud won't fit on there. I'm going to trim the shroud tomorrow and see if I can get it to fit. Would love to get the 750 working good in there as its a cool low power card. Plus it's cheap.