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post #851 of 6035
Saw this case at Microcenter today. Played with all the little sliding doors and pressed the buttons. Think next paycheck I'll be picking one up for sure. Love my HAF chassis but this thing blows it out of the water. The HDD cage with the two fans is what really blew me away.
post #852 of 6035
Does anyone know which Radiator will fit on the top of the Cosmos II without modding and which brand of Radiator is the best if you want for silent + good overclocking?
post #853 of 6035
finally got my last noctua fans in the case. For some reason, i was shipped a pwm version of the nf-p12 so naturally it wont connect to the fan controller. Had to remove one of my top fans and put the pwm one into a header on the motherboard. Was a total pain in the ass for something that should've taken 2 minutes.
    
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Originally Posted by CM MR HAF View Post


Well all I can say is that we are working on it. We will fix some of the technical issues, some issues will have to be fixed by the fan manufacturers. We are focusing on the voltage stability, and the startup voltage. This means low speed setting is being adjusted. Some of the key functions will be adjusted for the positive. Cooler Master fans do not have the same issues as some other brands fans, but we are committed to increasing the satisfaction of everyone with a Cosmos II anyway. Thats what it is all about.


Sweet nice to hear. One more thing will you guys be developing a sata power cable that has 5 connectors on it to one sata connector. It would be great to cut down the amount of power connectors to the power supply.

 

 

 

post #855 of 6035
CM MR Haf.... sorry if you're practically being bombarded by questions... but i'm curious if there is anything being mulled around the "office" about the change to the hot-swap bays that i mentioned in a PM to you a while back. That being that it would be nice if it didn't have the long SATA/Power leads extending off the back of the bays, and just had the connections there so you could use your own SATA data cables and power cables.
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Does anyone know which Radiator will fit on the top of the Cosmos II without modding and which brand of Radiator is the best if you want for silent + good overclocking?


Well you can go with 120, 240 and 360 rads most likely slim line rad or you can go with 140, 280 slim line rad. Anything bigger will require some modding.  Please note that if you go with the 360 you will have to bend the clip at the top under the 5 1/4 bay area up. Nothing major but just pointing it out to you.

 

Also Rads really dont make noise it is the fans that make the noise.  However that being said you can get any rad you like up to you.

 

 

 

 


Edited by gponcho - 2/23/12 at 6:57pm
post #857 of 6035
Had to fire it up to check the board and CPU. Man I love this thing already!

Components for the build:

Cooler Master Cosmos II case
Asus Maximus IV Extreme Z68
i7 2700k
EVGA GTX580 x2 SLI
Corsair AX1200 PSU
Crusial M4 256G SSD
1T HDD?
Corsair Dominator GT 2133 16G ram
XSPC 360 for the top and dual 240 rads for the bottom
EK CPU/GPU, Chipset, ram blocks

I have all of the above, I'm just waiting on the water cooling eguipment.

This is a "no rush" project for me but rather a slow clean build I can be happy with; just a regular build; no "major" case mods unless



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Edited by heatsink - 2/23/12 at 7:55pm
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1 x Coolermaster 120mm fan Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit ASUS VG248QE 24" 1920x1080 144hz Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry MX Silent 
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post #859 of 6035
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Originally Posted by heatsink View Post

Had to fire it up to check the board and CPU. Man I love this thing already!
Components for the build:
Cooler Master Cosmos II case
Asus Maximus IV Extreme Z68
i7 2700k
EVGA GTX580 x2 SLI
Corsair AX1200 PSU
Crusial M4 256G SSD
1T HDD?
Corsair Dominator GT 2133 16G ram
XSPC 360 for the top and dual 240 rads for the bottom
EK CPU/GPU, Chipset, ram blocks
I have all of the above, I'm just waiting on the water cooling eguipment.
This is a "no rush" project for me but rather a slow clean build I can be happy with; just a regular build; no "major" case mods unless...

Nice red & black theme you got going there.... all except for that red & black wire going over the video card. That would drive me nuts.
post #860 of 6035
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Well you can go with 120, 240 and 360 rads most likely slim line rad or you can go with 140, 280 slim line rad. Anything bigger will require some modding.  Please note that if you go with the 360 you will have to bend the clip at the top under the 5 1/4 bay area up. Nothing major but just pointing it out to you.

Also Rads really dont make noise it is the fans that make the noise.  However that being said you can get any rad you like up to you.




Hej thanks! Just saw that XSPC is about release their EX280 Dual Fan Radiator and it seems to fit on the top of the Comos II or else I'll get The Black Ice® GT Stealth 280 smile.gif.
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