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IS the only diff between the 1000 and the 1010 the side case fan?
I have the 1000 myself and I love it.
No.

You can mount Radiators up top or 3x120mm fans, there is more drive bays and instead of having hard drive racks you mount them into 5.25" to 3.5" converter type things.
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@ Chozart - Yup i've been following that other Cosmos thread pretty closely so I picked up that you were getting one!

I'm in the middle of doing a build for someone with a Cosmos S.... just wish the powder coaters would hurry the ***** up with it!!!! grrrrrrrrr

@tek0wnsU - Theres a few differences, the side panel being one and the new HD cage arrangement being another!
Theres proably a few other tweaks as well but since i've never got to play with a Cosmos 1000 i'm not all that sure!
    
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Why go water if you have a TRUE? I was able to run a Q6600 GO at 3.6 easily with a TRUE and a 120mm fan set to low RPM 24/7 just above 50C on any of the 4 cores on orthos load.

Water cooling may give you a quiter computer but unless you plan to push your Q6600 into the 3.8 range (if it will do that, depends on the VID), its not worth it.

I know that the Cosmos S will not fit the TRUE (Which is why I sold mine) but the Thermalright SI-128 SE that I bought to replace it is only off about 3 celcius from what the TRUE gave me.
Temps are too high in the summer, plus I'm building a new system completely seperate from the one I have now. Possibly using an e8400.
post #14 of 17
And you think water will make them lower if your ambient temps are really high? Water cooling is affected by ambient temps just like air cooling is. The only way to get away from that is to go with a TEC.
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Here it is, my first ever pc build:






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And you think water will make them lower if your ambient temps are really high? Water cooling is affected by ambient temps just like air cooling is. The only way to get away from that is to go with a TEC.
Bro, I've gone water b4, yes my temps are still affected by ambient but WC done right will def. lower my temps.
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nice cases man, i'd love to go watercooling, but not a clue how, pretty expensive too...
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