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Bushisland

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Hi Everyone,
Please tell me what you think. Thanks to all that gave me help and advice on my build.

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Edited by Bushisland, 27 July 2008 - 06:31 PM.

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It looks great. Good job :)
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I love that cabling, is that the Coolermaster Cosmos S case from your signature?

It sure does look nice to me. :)

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I love that cabling, is that the Coolermaster Cosmos S case from your signature?

It sure does look nice to me. :)

Troy


Yes it is Troy. The only thing missing is the second 92mm fan on the heatsink which does the pulling of the air. I added that later. Glad you like it. I spent a lot of time doing it, plus the S has a lot of room behind for cabling.
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Care to post a front-side angled shot? :)
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Care to post a front-side angled shot? :)



This is the only one I have a this time, or do you want it with the side panel off? I can take a better one later and post it here if you like. Looks real nice at night with all the red LED lights. :)
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You can post as many as you want, I'm happy :)

It does look really good. I never really considered the Cosmos S case before, but seeing your photos as "in-the-flesh" versions (i.e. not fancy special spruced-up advertising photos), it looks really nice.

(And of course, all the bits inside).

How noisy do you find it with all those fans?

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You can post as many as you want, I'm happy :)

It does look really good. I never really considered the Cosmos S case before, but seeing your photos as "in-the-flesh" versions (i.e. not fancy special spruced-up advertising photos), it looks really nice.

(And of course, all the bits inside).

How noisy do you find it with all those fans?

Troy

OK Troy, I used my web cam and took a few more pictures for you. To answer your question on the fan noise, they are not noisy because they are all spinning at only 1200RPM and the 200mm fan is only spinning at 7 or 800 RPM. Six of the fans are Antec Tri speed, so I can adjust them to a higher speed if I needed to.
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Edited by Bushisland, 01 August 2008 - 04:42 PM.

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