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Does anybody know if a Tuniq Tower would fit in the Cosmos S with the 200mm side fan?
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I searched the reviews on the Cosmos S case for "tuniq", and I found a review by a guy named "iceveiled". Here's an excerpt:

"Pros: Simply a beautiful case. It looks like a gamer case but it's not too obnoxious with LEDs everywhere. It's big and can accommodate both hard core air cooling and aggressive water cooling solutions. Even if you have large hands they won't cramp up working inside here. Fits massive CPU coolers such as the Tuniq no sweat. Plenty of room for multiple graphics cards. Got hard drives? You can fit a ton in here. Motherboard tray? We don't need no stinking mobo tray. Lots of room + plenty of space and cable routing holes in the back tray means no removable tray necessary! Solid construction (don't listen to the haters below - they don't know what they're talking about)! Touch sensitive power button is the icing on this delicious cake. Keep this thing away from windows..people will want to smash and grab! I can't stop staring at it."

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811119150

It's the second review down.

Btw, nice choice. I'm very happy for you that you can consider this case!!
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Hmm... I'm gonna trust "iceveiled" but I was also looking through the internetz and I saw a guy that couldn't close the side panel because of the 200mm.

Thanks for the help, 5CheeseLasagna! This isn't really going to be my case. It's for the system I'm building for my friend. My case is going to be the original Cosmos with a side window.
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Hmm... I'm gonna trust "iceveiled" but I was also looking through the internetz and I saw a guy that couldn't close the side panel because of the 200mm.

Thanks for the help, 5CheeseLasagna! This isn't really going to be my case. It's for the system I'm building for my friend. My case is going to be the original Cosmos with a side window.
Oh, even better. A window is a lot nicer looking.

You're welcome, though. I hope it all works out for the best.
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You'll need to remove the side panel fan for a Tuniq tower to fit, just not quite enough clearance.
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Ah, ok. So, here are my plans, either the Zalman CNPS4500 CPU heatsink or removing the side fan.

...I think i'll go with removing the fan.
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post #7 of 7
dM@n,

Did you use the Tuniq or the other fan? I'm looking for a cooler for my 790i and Cosmos S.

Thanks
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