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To those of you wanting a windowed side panel, my question is how much would you want to pay for it? Remember, the Cosmos 2 is $349.99 so as a rough estimate on price, you could take the MSRP and divide it by 6 which will be the selling price.

I wouldn't mind paying 100€ (130 USD) for a side panel with a window if you do make one. I realize the side panels are very thick and complex compared to standard steel panels, so $60 doesn't seem like it would be anywhere near enough to cover the costs of manufacturing one.

Never really bothered with windowed cases, but with the amount of time, money and efforth I've put in to this build, I would certainly love to have a windowed panel.
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I wouldn't mind paying 100€ (130 USD) for a side panel with a window if you do make one. I realize the side panels are very thick and complex compared to standard steel panels, so $60 doesn't seem like it would be anywhere near enough to cover the costs of manufacturing one.
Never really bothered with windowed cases, but with the amount of time, money and efforth I've put in to this build, I would certainly love to have a windowed panel.

For us, $60 wouldn't be enough, but when you think about the fact that they will mass produce them, it gets a lot cheaper. personally i wouldn't pay $130 for a windowed side panel, at that point i would just do it my self.
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Small update, got the 680's now in the case. The Noctua cooling the cards will be changed to a 140mm Scythe soon to suit the black/red theme better.
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Wow nice setup and clean cable management.

I didnt know you could use the 3way SLI bridge( included with teh rampage IV). I will use it in my next build. It look way better than the 2way SLI floppy bridge
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Wow nice setup and clean cable management.
I didnt know you could use the 3way SLI bridge( included with teh rampage IV). I will use it in my next build. It look way better than the 2way SLI floppy bridge

Is there any performance difference using the 3-way bridge over the 2-way SLI bridge?
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I'm installing the H100 into the Cosmos using push/pull config.

I have the radiator inside the top. Do I use 8mm screws on the top fans to hold the radiator on the bottom?
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Is there any performance difference using the 3-way bridge over the 2-way SLI bridge?

nope.
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Okay guys got a good question for you I hope lol. So I want this case and have been wondering on my PSU a bit. My current choice is this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817121068

Now what I'm gonna show you isn't the best part it comes in two parts my other option is these PSU's:

http://www.corsair.com/us/power-supply-units/professional-series-gold-power-supply-units.html

I will be showing the epicness now for this PSU. Go here: http://www.corsair.com/us/power-supply-units/psu-accessories.html

Thats right pre individually braided wires. I saw this on YouTube from OC3D TV, and I thought it was fake for a sec but these are really really nice. What I'm wondering is what Wattage I'd ned for my setup of an i7-3820 (gonna OC as much as possible), ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Mobo, WC setup, fan controller, disc drive, and two EVGA SuperClocked 02G-P3-1469-KR GeForce GTX 560 (Fermi) 2GB.

I am thinking the 1200....but I don't know I want my case to look slick on the inside, but don't want to wait another 2 weeks just to afford the PSU setup lol. I need a little mental decisions wise help! Thanks!
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My honest opinion? I'd say whatever PSU option you choose.... spending $100 on a set of cables for a specific PSU is ridiculous. Especially considering that there are really only two sets of cables that are extremely visible.... those being the 24-pin, and the GPU power. hard drive cables are hidden at the back. 8-pin power is tucked at the top, and hardly exposed. same with optical drive cables. You'd be better off going somewhere like FrozenCPU, and getting individually sleeved cable EXTENSIONS. For example, the BitFenix Alchemy cable extensions are quite nice both in look and feel.

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g2/c537/s1534/list/p1/Cables-Bitfenix_Alchemy_Multisleeved-Alchemy_24-Pin_Ext-Page1.html
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Those will pop right into those AX PSU's? (kinda paranoid)
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