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Cooler Master Announces The Cosmos II Chassis

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. Radical_Edward

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    For that price this thing would have to make my coffee in the morning and then go to work and make money for me.

    Looks awesome thou.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I approve
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    Looks like an alien took a shit and froze it, shit on it again, froze it, puked on it, put some fucking plastic on and dumbed a price. EWW.
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    looks absolutely delicious
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    awesome interior and exterior ..
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    I think LianLi will always be better than coolermaster hands down!! :rockout:
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    hmmmmmm, gives me ideas and drive to build "Project Cosmos" Part II

    :rolleyes:
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    i have used a Lian Li PC-V2120X in my last build.... for the money i spend on that case its not passable on what ya get for it
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    sexy case, too bad its around 3x the cost of my haf x
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    Yeah, looks like I'll be sticking with my HAF 932 for a while longer. :(
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    FINALLY

    Been waiting ... since the closed-door showcase long ago last year
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    Don't... feed... the troll... I can't.

    Hey you troll, what is wrong with you?
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    Are you having a mid life crysis or something, why so much hate and anger?
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    With €349.99 worth liquor, I'm sure you can catch a cougar at your local bar, who will make your coffee in the mornings, go to work and make money for you.
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    It looks extremely well thought out and efficient but aesthetically does not do it for me, but, horses for courses as they say.
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    there is room behind the top for at least a 35mm radiator:

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    maybe a 50mm too, with fans above the top
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    Defiantly going to be getting this when funds become available (along with the 7970 :D )
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    From what I saw in a review, you can't use a push-pull setup even with a 35mm radiator however. If the radiator is "inside" the case, there won't be space for the "push" fans, while if the radiator is "on top of" the case, there would be space for the "push" fans but putting the "pull" fans would mean you can't put back the meshed top cover.
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    There was one model that slightly resembled the Mac Pro case and I really liked it. Their construction quality seems to be pretty good but, yeah, I don't really like a lot of their designs, externally that is.
    Crunching for Team TPU

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