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post #1111 of 6036
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Originally Posted by Jobeo View Post


where is the serial number is it on the case somewhere ? ? ? ? ?? ?


The Serial number is on the back the of the case. It is the long number on the white sticker...

 

post #1112 of 6036
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^This. Looking to sell my 6950 soon as well for the GTX 680 to put in this monster. I'm hoping 250-300 with it being the reference design but we'll see
Also just a quick question regarding the front 200mm fan. Has anyone used the NZXT 200mm performance or silent? I noticed, as someone pointed out, I can BARELY feel the stock one push any air on high using the built in fan controller.

Whats the best 200mm to put for the front intake, and still be semi quiet?
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Been awhile since I popped in this thread, nice to see all of the custom/finsiehd build Comos II's thumb.gif.

I was wondering if anyone noticed if the dust filters hinder the fans airflow performance? I recently got 5 T.B Silence and put 2 on the side, 2 by the HDD and one in the front. I have 3 cougars at the top as exhaust for now till I get a h100, the T.B Silence especially by the gpu's seem to get barely any air pulled into my case to help cool down my high temp old idling 4870's.

I was thinking about cutting out the dust filters on the side door to see if more air will get pulled in from the side. What you guys think? My temps just seem to be a little high (mobo for example got to 50c!!)...I will be swapping out the parts once Ivy Bridge gets here, so maybe I should wait and see how temps look then?
post #1114 of 6036
probably the biggest issue with the side fans is having that rather large strip of solid metal/plastic running across them. I'm almost wondering if it would be wise to get an extender of some sort... like maybe a radiator shroud or something to put there to mount the fans on, so it has a bit more room to pull air. something like this maybe....

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13639/ex-rad-266/Feser_Admiral_Series_Xtender_120mm_Radiator_Shroud_-_Dual_Amber_Orange_LED.html?tl=g30c429s163#blank

Only problem is then you could potentially run into an issue with CPU heatsink clearance...
post #1115 of 6036
@myrtleee34, looking at your previous pics a few pages back, did you cut out the dust filter on the side panel?

@elemental, thxs for the tip but dont think this will be feasible for me...well it can but I just dont want it lol.

Maybe I should just some more cougars and put them on the side, before i got the tb's I had 2 cougars there, seemed to have work well...they def push more air than the tb's while still be quiet. Hmmmm, guess I'll test some configurations out.
post #1116 of 6036
... now that i actually looked at it a bit closer... the side panel vents seem to basically go no higher than the top expansion slot... which was probably something that CM thought of in designing the case as well. But it could probably get a little tight if one of the shrouds i linked was used. I will say, though, that using a fan with one of those shrouds as an EXHAUST on the side mount closer to the back of the case could be a good idea.... help keep that air moving that the heatsink fan moves but doesn't quite make it all the way out the back.
post #1117 of 6036
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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post

We will update around the first week of April. What we will do is use our current parts request system. Those who want to use the new controller can submit the part request starting in April, and we will provide the part as a part of our standard warranty to all valid Cosmos II serial numbers. At the same time i'll attach a guide on how to install the part correctly. The Cosmos II I/O is very expensive and that makes it a bit tricky to replace the parts.

I submitted a parts request for a new fan controller last month because the top channel was dead. I requested the fan controller board and they sent me the ENTIRE top panel. I'm not complaining, but am I still going to be able to request the updated fan controller? Will they send out just the PCB board this time?
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post #1118 of 6036
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Hi Everyone,
As gponcho has already shared, we have the solution already. We met our goal to alter the way our fan controller delivers power which reduces the LED flicker when the LED's are running off the same power as the fan controller. However, the issue of fan motor noise, not all fan motors meet the standard of our fan controller. We will do our best to ensure maximum compatiblity, but we always urge those with fan issues to consult the original fan manufacturer first. While we believe our revision solves both issues of LED flicker and motor noise, we will test before we release it to the public.
We will update around the first week of April. What we will do is use our current parts request system. Those who want to use the new controller can submit the part request starting in April, and we will provide the part as a part of our standard warranty to all valid Cosmos II serial numbers. At the same time i'll attach a guide on how to install the part correctly. The Cosmos II I/O is very expensive and that makes it a bit tricky to replace the parts.

And to extend on shaft's question... I'm assuming we'll be required to ship back the old PCB when we'd replace it? Or is it going to pretty much be a matter of "it doesn't really function to our standards, so we don't need it back"?
post #1119 of 6036
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Originally Posted by Crimsontech View Post

I was thinking about cutting out the dust filters on the side door to see if more air will get pulled in from the side. What you guys think? My temps just seem to be a little high (mobo for example got to 50c!!).

i wouldn't do it... dust filters are useful IMHO... i would seek another solution
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I submitted a parts request for a new fan controller last month because the top channel was dead. I requested the fan controller board and they sent me the ENTIRE top panel. I'm not complaining, but am I still going to be able to request the updated fan controller? Will they send out just the PCB board this time?


Same here id like to know also!

 
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