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CoolerMaster Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition

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hi i bought before some days my new case CoolerMaster Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition

can you tell me which fans to buy and how many to buy for CoolerMaster Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition ?/

which are the best fans??
 

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Corsair ML or Noctua Redux
 
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how many to buy for CoolerMaster Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition ?/

there are a lot of Corsair ML and Noctua Redux
can you send me links which to buy>?>? and how many to buy for
CoolerMaster Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition

?

i can give 120 euros for fans
so which to buy and how many to buy for CoolerMaster Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition ?
 

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Look on the manufactures spec page and buy how many it says it can have as well as sizes

Why would you buy it if you had no idea about what you were buying?

I won't hold your hand any further than this knowing how your previous threads ended up.


Use Google. Look up coolermasters website and READ
 

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Why not use it with the pre-installed fans first, see if you even need to buy new fans?
 
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look i want to buy new fans

for this i told you which to buy?
also coolermaster cosmos suports this fans
Fan SupportTop120mm fan x 1 installed (optional: 200mm fan x1 / 140mm fan x 2 / 120mm fan x3Front200mm LED fan x 1 installed (optional 120/140mm fan x 1)Rear140mm fan x 1 installed (optional: 120mm fan x 1)HDD120mm fan x 3 (2 fans for bottom HDD / 1 fan for middle HDD (optional))

so how many to buy and which to buy>? i want also to be rgb the fans

which mark is the best? also my budget is 100 euros for fans./ i want very good fans
 

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Most RGB fans are low CFM low static pressure. On the flip side you want very good fans, which are usually $20-30 per fan. Do the financial math, pick 120mm or 140mm, and buy what looks best to you while still fitting in your budget. As said, use what it has, save the money for something else, enjoy what you purchased already.
 

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I am not sure you understand how this works. There are no specifications offered in the chassis page for what the 200mm fans are capable of. So, I then looked at their fan selection for a estimate of what the 200mm fans are capable of providing.

I would guess that these fans are similar to what you have in that chassis. http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/case-fan/megaflow-200-silent-fan/ The fans are said to push 110CFM of airflow, and have very little noise associated with them. If you are to remove the 200mm fans that are cooling the HDD cages and exhausting air out of the top, you will need 120mm or 140mm fans that will make your head rattle with the amount of noise that comes along with the fans getting close to that 110CFM!

So as I have said three times now, use what is given to you, as the amount of money, time, and effort will likely not be worth any benefit in the end.

You could opt for these...http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/case-fan/masterfan-mf200r-rgb/
In order to use them, it appears that you need an RGB compatible motherboard (and, of course, you do not fill in your system specs!), the CFM has dropped to 90 CFM, but it is a better way to get RGB, stay silent, and keep the most CFM possible for the budget.
 
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one person told me these and tell me if you agree with him
the CFM or m ^ 3 / h refers to how much air blows into the box the fan. Static pressure refers to the pressure that pushes the air over the various components such as graphics card, hard drives, etc. So you are looking for a fan with increased flow and pressure while maintaining low noise levels. So in your case, with this box, you do not need a lot because already there are enough fans installed.
However, if you want to add others, I would naturally suggest Noctua ... they are the best you can get in general. Put one in hard disks and one in the roof. I will not add more because it becomes exaggerated and the box becomes noisy.

https://www.skroutz.gr/s/2270523/Noctua-NF-F12-PW M.html

https://www.skroutz.gr/s/2270523/Noctua-NF-F12-PWM.html

Yes, if you do not mind the cost. If you are thinking of putting 140mm on the roof, put it on

https://www.skroutz.gr/s/3731581/Noctua-NF-A14-PWM.html
 
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Poor Sneaky got baited. Look dude make your own decisions, fans are fans, just buy a well reviewed one. Topic closed. lulz.
 

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Poor Sneaky got baited. Look dude make your own decisions, fans are fans, just buy a well reviewed one. Topic closed. lulz.
Not exactly ;)
 
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Funny how no one suggested RGB fans
I'm waiting for Noctua's new fans. I only will buy one or two, but just would be nice to have, nothing beats their quality level imo. Will last a lifetime I have no doubts.
 
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