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post #1881 of 6042
Well... i guess what i'm trying to say is try to keep it to something REASONABLE. I mean... don't want to seem like one is trying to take advantage of the offer, especially considering everything they seem to be doing to help make Cosmos 2 owners happy. You figure since it's been released, they've offered 100% free cross-shipping of cases that were damaged in transit... some people i believe even having to do so more than once... which shipping the beast isn't cheap to begin with. Now they've completely redesigned the fan controller PCB because of complaints of poor fan compatibility and are shipping that out free of charge as well, without requiring us to send the old one back (i could imagine some possible mods using the two of them somehow...). I just think that "going to town", so to speak, on an offer of a free item would seem a little.... what's the word i'm looking for.... overzealous?

I'm still kinda wishing they had done something to ditch the attached wires for the hot swap bays and gone with the bare male connectors at the back so you could use your own cables for power and data. and i REALLY don't see why the decision was made to do so with a Molex power connection for SATA drives. I mean, what desktop power supply these days doesn't have AMPLE SATA power connections?
Edited by elementaldragon - 6/13/12 at 12:30am
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With the noctua fans it's not the noise i care about but the fans are designed to push through rads specifically and highly dense areas like busy cases or rads like i mentioned. plus i like the look and all the work they really put into them and Noctua themselves even gave me a big kit of 2 badges and tons of stickers im a little bit of a fan haha thumb.gif
but for the 200mm i just want to help my fans get some more air to push around without making them force it into the system (im an aviation major aerodynamics are running through my head tongue.gif
anyways i might just get a good molex 200mm and then use all noctua fans heck i might even go crazy later on and add a 140mm rad to the back of this monster if i feel like it later i doubt it though...but would i be able to get 10 noctua fans (for the rads only) onto the new fan controller without any issues?
200mm = plugged in via molex (according to you thumb.gif)
bottom layer 120mm for bottom rad setup (connected to mobo to help lower fans with air)
then 140mm exhaust fan for static pressure (connected via mobo again)

Depends on the power draw of those fans. According to the manual, each channel should be able to take on 1A (12W) of current.
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I'm still kinda wishing they had done something to ditch the attached wires for the hot swap bays and gone with the bare male connectors at the back so you could use your own cables for power and data. and i REALLY don't see why the decision was made to do so with a Molex power connection for SATA drives. I mean, what desktop power supply these days doesn't have AMPLE SATA power connections?

THIS. Definitely one of the reasons I decided to remove the hot-swap bays. Those won't probably ever go back inside the case again. lol
    
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I have been using a Spectre Pro 200mm in the front as well. Thought At first I had the problem that the fan blades were actually hitting the screws that attach the bracket to the case. I loosen it up and added some washer to space out the fan from the bracket worked. Just wondering if anyone else had this problem.

Actually I had no issues at all, not sure why you did?  did you use the same screws that came with the bracket originally?

post #1885 of 6042
Hello all,

Major query for help here fellas


I am looking into buying this case but I cannot find this info anywhere!

What is the width of the handles from left to right? This is important because i'm putting this case on a swivel stand which is 15" in diameter (oval shaped). If anyone can measure the top handles from the left bar to right bar and find the greatest width on it, I would *VERY MUCH* appreciate it! (i'm assuming bottom and top handles are the same width)

Thanks.
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Hello all,

Major query for help here fellas

I am looking into buying this case but I cannot find this info anywhere!
What is the width of the handles from left to right? This is important because i'm putting this case on a swivel stand which is 15" in diameter (oval shaped). If anyone can measure the top handles from the left bar to right bar and find the greatest width on it, I would *VERY MUCH* appreciate it! (i'm assuming bottom and top handles are the same width)
Thanks.

Hi Xo,
The bottom handles (legs) are 13.5" at the widest point. (that being closer to the front of the case) better make sure your swivel hardware can handle around 100 Lbs. My setup weighs 101 lbs,
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Thanks so much! +rep to you. That width is perfect for my swivel stand, 100lbs should be fine on it.
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Actually I had no issues at all, not sure why you did?  did you use the same screws that came with the bracket originally?

Yes, used the original screws. maybe mine were just a bit longer than they are supposed to be. The original 200mm fan had no problems but it is a thicker fan with more space between the frame and the fan blades. I mean we are talking about less than a millimeter here. The Spectre Pro fan would cause just a little ticking noises hitting one of the screws, and at full RPM (12v) it would go away, my guess because the fan blades warp enough at that speed so it would not hit the bracket screw.
    
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just wondering: if I remove the bottom HDD tray, would I have space enough for two 240mm Rads in push/pull config? smile.gif
 
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Depends on the power draw of those fans. According to the manual, each channel should be able to take on 1A (12W) of current.
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Thats my issue haha I'm not very electrical smart abotut his like here are the fans that I want.....buuuuut I don't know how the electric system works or like the amount of juice they take

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