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post #3061 of 6042
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Originally Posted by JayJay18 View Post

i dont think Cooler Master did a very good job on the free gifts portion.
Everyone is getting different things some more than others, i dont know about some people but ive been a cosmos guy ever since the first one came out and i only got 1x120mm Excalibur.
Not one to complain and Cooler master has been great with the Cosmos 2 customer service but treating all customers equally should be a priority aswell.
I agree and I just got my mega flow 200mm but I won't be able to use it until later today.
post #3062 of 6042
Coolermaster has just sponsored me a Cosmos 2 for a show build for Multiplay's i46 LAN event.

It's coming straight from CM so do you think it'll come with the new fan controller?

Also I plan to use the fan LED button/cables to control some LED that will be placed around the case for lighting. Can anyone see an issue doing this?
I'll be modding and working on the case before putting a system in the case.

Photos to come.
post #3063 of 6042
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Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post

Coolermaster has just sponsored me a Cosmos 2 for a show build for Multiplay's i46 LAN event.
It's coming straight from CM so do you think it'll come with the new fan controller?
Also I plan to use the fan LED button/cables to control some LED that will be placed around the case for lighting. Can anyone see an issue doing this?
I'll be modding and working on the case before putting a system in the case.
Photos to come.

The only issue i think you may run into is that the LED control wires are male, where as most of the things that you would connect to it would also be male. So you may need to make a m2f converter for them.

Hope your ready for how big this case is tongue.gif
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post #3064 of 6042
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The only issue i think you may run into is that the LED control wires are male, where as most of the things that you would connect to it would also be male. So you may need to make a m2f converter for them.
Hope your ready for how big this case is tongue.gif

I'd be just cutting the connectors off and soldering new LED's power cables directly, I've just ordered a 5M reel of LED strip from Ebay and I'll cut the lengths I need and solder on cables. I'll hide all the cables away anyway.

I know it's big, probably more than I'm expecting but I'm pretty used to this 700D now which isn't that much smaller. I just wish I could get a thick 360 with push-pull in the roof. My new Mayhems rad is one of the thickest around. I'm just hoping I can use it in the bottom of the case with some mods.

Can anyone recommend some good mods to do to the case?
post #3065 of 6042
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I'd be just cutting the connectors off and soldering new LED's power cables directly, I've just ordered a 5M reel of LED strip from Ebay and I'll cut the lengths I need and solder on cables. I'll hide all the cables away anyway.
I know it's big, probably more than I'm expecting but I'm pretty used to this 700D now which isn't that much smaller. I just wish I could get a thick 360 with push-pull in the roof. My new Mayhems rad is one of the thickest around. I'm just hoping I can use it in the bottom of the case with some mods.
Can anyone recommend some good mods to do to the case?

Painting by far is the best/easiest mod for the case. Its rather easy to take apart. If you're willing to drill rivets. Makes it even easier to paint the entire case. There are guides for the cosmos 2 already.
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post #3066 of 6042
Painting the case would probably take a while and I only have around 20 days to complete the build. It's too much of a risk.

I wonder if adding caps to the fan controller would help smooth the power out and stop the ticking.
post #3067 of 6042
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Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post

I'd be just cutting the connectors off and soldering new LED's power cables directly, I've just ordered a 5M reel of LED strip from Ebay and I'll cut the lengths I need and solder on cables. I'll hide all the cables away anyway.
I know it's big, probably more than I'm expecting but I'm pretty used to this 700D now which isn't that much smaller. I just wish I could get a thick 360 with push-pull in the roof. My new Mayhems rad is one of the thickest around. I'm just hoping I can use it in the bottom of the case with some mods.
Can anyone recommend some good mods to do to the case?
If you feel adventurous I have wanted to do this for my build if I am able to do it at home with my custom water loop. cut out all of the horizontal stabilizers for the fan mounting and make it big enough so the rad fits right in there then put the fans on and push it up as high as you need it without hitting the mesh top part then make 2 support struts that come down and grab the front and the back of the rad or so some careful soldering and mount it directly to the middle of the rad. just mark the rad with Carpenter's pencil (white) and do a couple dot weld points.......but Hey thats just me! biggrin.gif


CM make me a windowed side panel....I don't wanna wait anymore
post #3068 of 6042
any news on the window? also i was wondering if i put 480 rad at top, could fit the 4th fan under the fan controller unit on top side of rad and what could i use the top optical drive bay for.
post #3069 of 6042
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

any news on the window? also i was wondering if i put 480 rad at top, could fit the 4th fan under the fan controller unit on top side of rad and what could i use the top optical drive bay for.
umm maybe and LED name plate that you could customize to say your computers name and shoot maybe even let it monitor your temps and let them scroll by.
post #3070 of 6042
hmm dont really know what you mean is a unit in its self that i could put in the optical drive bay, do you have link to the product.


i dont think i could get 4th fan in there the fan controller pcb is to low to me but in the beginning of the thread some one did put in 4 fans on top without removing the fan controller so the question is what can i put in the optical drive bay.
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