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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Rule-R

    Rule-R New Member

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    Remember, its not the size that matters.
    But having a bigger board sure fills up the case more (A)
     
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    the case is big or the board that looks too small
     
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    It's huge case mate and very neat indeed. Nice mate!
     
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    The beast is here! :D

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    Now I will install my system in it.
     
  6. JrRacinFan

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    Mmmm so sexy.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Nice looking case just TOO big for my tastes :)
     
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    You must be on something. Big is good, as I said before, although tiny can be fun too :D
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    After having a HAF932 for a while, I dont think I need anything that big even for water cooling.
     
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    True, and after being on watercooling for a while and going back to air I don't miss it one bit.
     
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    I'm passionately in love with that case. I always had a soft spot for the original Cosmos, and was kind of grumpy that Corsair stole its lines for the 600T. Being that I'm sitting next to a 700D, the new Cosmos seems like the perfect size.

    EDIT: It also looks like a top mounted rad would be more quiet than my 700. It really is a loud case, lots of air noise.
     
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    @peet

    You recently did a review of the Cosmos S II, I think a 25mm rad internal + 25mm fans on the top doing intake would work. Your thoughts?
     
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    Peet does very good reviews on those cases! Wished he would post the links to his reviews on TPU if Wiz doesn't mind
     
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    you know, seeing how big the Cosmos II is, I would bet that someone is going to mod it to fit an ITX + mATX setup in there. ITX for the general stuff (browsing, office apps, etc) and the mATX for gaming.
     
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    In the MM Pennical you could do that if you really felt the urge to.. Well, if you did the 24x24 version.. There was so much empty room in the case that I felt no need to have it anymore...
     
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    yes to both!

    I'm sure he doesn't mind, but you already follow me on FB, and I try to catch them all there;)
     
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    Are we still talking about cases??? :pimp:
     
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    What were you thinking I was talking bout?! Lol
     
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    woodys :p
     
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    Nice woody Peet XD
     
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    What do you guys think of my rig right now?
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    Not bad, but I'd put a top exhaust fan in there if I were you. But that's just my $0.02
     
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    My new friend :)

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    I'm thinking I should get a 200mm blue LED fan and put it in the front and put the 2 120s from the front on the top
     

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