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post #81 of 359
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

What about the CoolerMaster Cosmos 2 ? If I get that, I'm p lanning to get the thick big clear side panel that made by MNPCTech which cost $150 if you know what I'm talking about.

We're going pretty off-topic here. I suggest you make a thread if you're looking for help with finding a case. And list what you want to do with it, and the components you want to fit in it.

Without knowing your requirements, its hard to recommend anything.
post #82 of 359
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

So the reason you returned it was because of the price? Or you can't put watercooling in it? or you have to use power cable extension for the motherboard?

Between cost of case + required extension cords + fans. You are at around $600.

A suitable case that is quiet costs $99 and includes fans.

There wasn't enough wow factor to justify spending $500 more on the InWin. Maybe if I was water cooling it would be different but that also seemed like a waste smile.gif
post #83 of 359
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Originally Posted by davewolfs View Post

Between cost of case + required extension cords + fans. You are at around $600.

A suitable case that is quiet costs $99 and includes fans.

There wasn't enough wow factor to justify spending $500 more on the InWin. Maybe if I was water cooling it would be different but that also seemed like a waste smile.gif

$250 for 5 fans and one or two cable extensions?
post #84 of 359
5 Noctua = $100.
I needed min 3 extension cords because of length possibly more (1 mobo, 2 CPU, system is dual CPU). They include 1 motherboard + 1 CPU. And they are pretty ****ty quality given the price of the case.

This case really doesn't work well with E-ATX even though it supports it. ALL cutouts are covered, maybe if they were not covered you wouldn't need the extensions.

So $60 on extensions and possibly more.

Case is $420 + Shipping.

$420 + $100 + $60 + Shipping ~ $600.
Edited by davewolfs - 2/9/16 at 4:06pm
post #85 of 359
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Originally Posted by davewolfs View Post

5 Noctua = $100.
I needed min 3 extension cords because of length possibly more (1 mobo, 2 CPU, system is dual CPU). They include 1 motherboard + 1 CPU. And they are pretty ****ty quality given the price of the case.

This case really doesn't work well with E-ATX even though it supports it. ALL cutouts are covered, maybe if they were not covered you wouldn't need the extensions.

So $60 on extensions and possibly more.

Case is $420 + Shipping.

$420 + $100 + $60 + Shipping ~ $600.

Hmm, fair enough.
post #86 of 359
I recently bought this case but had second thoughts after buying it, the IO is hard to reach due to the rear design and can get a bit annoying when wanting to access it. Also the temperatures weren't too great when gaming. i might rebuild into it and put my h105 at the rear but with 2x 980ti ref cards blowing hot air onto it might not be a good idea (again this is another design flaw for air systems)

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These are my pics anyway but ive since put my pc back into my 780t. If you used rads and purely watercooling it would make more sense
Edited by Commando778 - 2/10/16 at 6:16pm
post #87 of 359
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Originally Posted by Commando778 View Post

I recently bought this case but had second thoughts after buying it, the IO is hard to reach due to the rear design and can get a bit annoying when wanting to access it. Also the temperatures weren't too great when gaming. i might rebuild into it and put my h105 at the rear but with 2x 980ti ref cards blowing hot air onto it might not be a good idea (again this is another design flaw for air systems)

alqk4y.jpg

14ebd3s.jpg

35n4pdi.jpg

These are my pics anyway but ive since put my pc back into my 780t. If you used rads and purely watercooling it would make more sense

So you ditched your 909 and went back to the Corsair 780T?
And what kind of temps did you get for your CPU inside the 909 with that Rad at the front?
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post #88 of 359
I havn't ditched it yet i am just thinking of doing a more cooling efficient build in it. I am planning on putting my h100i on the back as an intake and one fan at the top as an exhaust.

Temps i got were around 31-40 degrees on idle (vs 22-30 on my 780t)

and 50-58 degrees whilst gaming (vs 40-46 on my 780t)
post #89 of 359
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Originally Posted by Commando778 View Post

I havn't ditched it yet i am just thinking of doing a more cooling efficient build in it. I am planning on putting my h100i on the back as an intake and one fan at the top as an exhaust.

Temps i got were around 31-40 degrees on idle (vs 22-30 on my 780t)

and 50-58 degrees whilst gaming (vs 40-46 on my 780t)
Yea thats a huge diff, the 909 is really bad at design
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2 x WD 500Gb Caviar Black Raid 0 LG DVD Burner Swiftech H240X Windows 10 64bit 
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Dell 30" U3014 Monitor Logitech G910 Enermax Galaxy DXX 850W NZXT Switch 810 
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Logitech G502 Roccat Sense 
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2 x WD 500Gb Caviar Black Raid 0 LG DVD Burner Swiftech H240X Windows 10 64bit 
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post #90 of 359
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Originally Posted by Commando778 View Post

I havn't ditched it yet i am just thinking of doing a more cooling efficient build in it. I am planning on putting my h100i on the back as an intake and one fan at the top as an exhaust.

Temps i got were around 31-40 degrees on idle (vs 22-30 on my 780t)

and 50-58 degrees whilst gaming (vs 40-46 on my 780t)

If you had mounted your H105 in the bottom, your temps would've been just fine. That small slot in the front really isn't meant for pulling trough a ton of air, like an aluminium CLC radiator requires, its more suited for proper copper radiators.
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

Yea thats a huge diff, the 909 is really bad at design

Its not a bad design, just needs to be utilized correctly. wink.gif
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