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03-14-2020 05:19 AM
Ville Mustonen
Quote: Originally Posted by Simmons572 View Post
Looking good! Where did you source those replacement feet?
I bought them from my local hardware topped with 8 matching bolts for height adjustment and attachment. I looked for adjustable furniture feet and there I found a decent selection. You might have similar luck around your hardware shops if you're looking for something similar
03-10-2020 12:23 PM
Simmons572
Quote: Originally Posted by Lúpeškáre View Post
Hey guys, I finally finished building my pc tu100 build with full custom loop with E5 1660 v3 and gtx 1080ti both watercooled. Hope you like it!
What in the goddamn.

Mark me impressed, I think this is one of the first open loops I have seen in this case. Well done.

You need to post a lot more photos, it seems like you have a lot going on in this case.
03-10-2020 12:03 PM
Lúpeškáre Hey guys, I finally finished building my pc tu100 build with full custom loop with E5 1660 v3 and gtx 1080ti both watercooled. Hope you like it!
03-09-2020 09:19 AM
Simmons572 Looking good! Where did you source those replacement feet?
03-09-2020 12:37 AM
Ville Mustonen Hey everyone! This forum has been absolutely fantastic brimming with ideas for modding this PC-TU100 case.


I took a pretty quick and dirty approach into modding my case. I ended up sawing a hole to the bottom of the case for a single 120mm fan as well as change the case feet for something less scratchy and higher to improve airflow from the bottom fan to the GPU.


I came across an engineering sample i7-8700T on ebay which was the perfect choice for this limited space case since the CPU is only 35 watts and therefore pretty easy to keep cool. I had a spare horizontal CPU cooler (Absolutely no idea about the brand, probably something cheap from China which outlasted the LGA1155 motherboard it came with).


I also got my hands on a second hand MSI Z370i motherboard for cheap (had a broken SATA port, which was no problem for me whatsoever since I only need one for Bluray drive and 1tb M.2 is enough for my needs).



Full specs of the computer:
CPU: i7-8700T (ES) 35w 6c/12t
Motherboard: MSI z370I Gaming Pro Carbon AC
RAM: 16 gigs of 2400mhz DDR4
GPU: Asus GTX 1660 Phoenix OC

PSU: Silverstone SFX 650w


Temps are quite good, too. Ran about an hour of stress testing with 3D Mark and IntelBurnTest. GPU temps didn't increase past 79C degrees and CPU was only at 57C at worst.


Some build pictures here. Pardon the blood stains on the feet, some aluminum shred cut my thumb



https://imgur.com/a/DQzBzlm
02-14-2020 06:16 AM
greengoose New Egg has them back in stock. I nabbed 3 of them.

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E1681111...9SIAFST97N7142
01-27-2020 07:23 AM
Simmons572
Quote: Originally Posted by greengoose View Post
Built my 2nd one. See photo for parts list.
The CPU fan had about 2 sheets of paper clearance between it and the PSU. My son had the idea to turn around the PSU, turn the PSU fan off, and let the CPU fan draw air in thru the PSU. Guess what? Worked like a champ.

Air vents out the top CD tray opening.

Awesome temps. Quiet. Fast and powerful.


Best of all, Gigaybyte updated their B450 boards to PCI 4.0.

SSD runs at 4700 mbs read and 4400 mbs write.
Looks great man! I am digging that power board that you have for the GPU power. I could have used one of those in my build lol.
01-26-2020 02:54 PM
greengoose Built my 2nd one. Ryzen 5 3600, RTX 2070 Mini, 32 GB Ram, 1tb PCIe 4.0 SSD
See photo for full parts list.
The CPU fan had about 2 sheets of paper clearance between it and the PSU. My son had the idea to turn around the PSU, turn the PSU fan off, and let the CPU fan draw air in thru the PSU. Guess what? Worked like a champ.

Air vents out the top CD tray opening.

Awesome temps. Quiet. Fast and powerful.


Best of all, Gigaybyte updated their B450 boards to PCI 4.0.

SSD runs at 4700 mbs read and 4400 mbs write.
01-21-2020 10:55 AM
Simmons572
Quote: Originally Posted by greengoose View Post
I wish I had bought a few of these cases. Only ones I can find for sale now are out of the UK (https://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/L...ack_69083.html) and Italy(ebay). Anyone know of another source?
I know it's not quite the same, but it looks like Lian Li has a TU150 on the market now. http://www.lian-li.com/pc-tu150/

It's size seem to be a bit smaller than the TU200, but hey, it's something I guess.


01-17-2020 04:32 AM
greengoose I wish I had bought a few of these cases. Only ones I can find for sale now are out of the UK (https://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/L...ack_69083.html) and Italy(ebay). Anyone know of another source?
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