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I'm looking into them. Would they be good for wc?
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Yes, it's a perfect watercooling case.
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If you really want a full tower, yeah, they are good. I would go for the Antec P182 for mid tower, just because it has cutouts for WC external rads and it is real quiet.
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Where could I mount the rad externally on the Cosmos b/c I want to put a 3x120.
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The COMOS seems better suited to WC than it does to air. Most of the installs I've see have had the rad inside and top.

post #6 of 8
Well, if you put it flat down, horizontally, you can lay it on top of the side panel.

If you leave it up, you might have to modify the case to have it carry the radiator somewhere else. Because right now, I found out using the comos, the best way is putting it side ways. You can always put your monitor on it too.

You can also put the rad on top of the top cooling fans. You can use those fans to actually to cool off your radiator.


good picture. I thought he was going to do some big radiator.
    
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Ok, cool thanks. If you get any other info on this subject, plz let me know.. And do you have pics of triple 120 rads mounted on the back??
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Where could I mount the rad externally on the Cosmos b/c I want to put a 3x120.
One of these is the easiest way to mount an external rad..Radbox .It mounts to your rear fan holes, it has a baffle in it keep most of the hot case air from being drawn through you rad...You can always make one your-self out of bolts or aluminum flat bar or something if you would prefer that....
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