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Old 24-02-08, 12:21 PM
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OC3D Review: Cooler Master Cosmos S Case

"We take a look at Cooler Master's all-aluminium (well nearly) Cosmos S case"



Cooler Master Cosmos S Case

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Old 24-02-08, 12:38 PM
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now that looks like a nice case...

especially for watercoolers

i'm guessing if you wanted to, if not watercooling, you could have 3 120 mil fans just on the top of the case, blowing hot air out, which would work like convection
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Old 24-02-08, 12:52 PM
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It's ok; too much plastic (any plastic on a case is too much) and doesnt accept thermochill rads :/
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Old 24-02-08, 01:33 PM
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It's ok; too much plastic (any plastic on a case is too much) and doesnt accept thermochill rads :/
Yeah problem with thermochill rads is if you design a case to take one, it wont take anything else...and the global distribution of thermochill pretty much sucks
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Old 24-02-08, 03:18 PM
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Just a little heads up, the last page on the page selector is called "double click to edit"..

I havent had a chance to read through it all, this may be explained but whats the 24pin for?
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Old 24-02-08, 03:58 PM
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Oops so it is, changed

Case looks nice, fantastic to be a 360mm RAD ready
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Old 24-02-08, 04:18 PM
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I think it looks good for cooling and nice to be ready for watercooling etc.

It's a shame it looks really plasticy and cheap (even if it isn't)

Looks like Alienware meet Lian-Li
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Old 02-04-08, 09:00 AM
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Looking at the back of the CosmosS. The casefan is much larger than standard casefan. I don't think CoolIT WC setups won't be able to fit on it?
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Old 02-04-08, 09:11 AM
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I really like it. If i was looking for a new case it would make the short list, no probs.
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Old 02-04-08, 11:57 AM
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Very good review, looks a great case of internal water cooling. Timmy loves Coolermaster cases
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