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    Default TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    The thought of finding a new home for my hardware has been on my mind for the last few weeks and
    i have been doing lots of reading on cooler master's Cosmos II and i have been really impresseed with the features, looks and asthetics. The only thing that is holding me back on purchasing this case is the top of the case which cannot accomodate my quad rad which is the Aqua computing AirPlex modularity, after some research i found out that although this case does take a quad rad it only takes a slim quad rad and not the thick rad from Feser, XSPC etc...

    I am really reluctant to part with my AirPlex rad for the sake of a new case, other cases like the TJ11 doesnt really appeal to me, the next closest case on the list is Digital Storm's aventum case which definitely wont be sold separately.

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    The thought of finding a new home for my hardware has been on my mind for the last few weeks and
    i have been doing lots of reading on cooler master's Cosmos II and i have been really impresseed with the features, looks and asthetics. The only thing that is holding me back on purchasing this case is the top of the case which cannot accomodate my quad rad which is the Aqua computing AirPlex modularity, after some research i found out that although this case does take a quad rad it only takes a slim quad rad and not the thick rad from Feser, XSPC etc...

    I am really reluctant to part with my AirPlex rad for the sake of a new case, other cases like the TJ11 doesnt really appeal to me, the next closest case on the list is Digital Storm's aventum case which definitely wont be sold separately.
    The slim Rad design was one of the reasons I went ahead and Modded the top of my case as wanted to use the thicker Rads.

    Although in your case running even the slim Quad rad is going to be pretty good.
    Can you put another rad in the case??
    I run 3 Rads at 600.5 and Overkill.
    Can you add a big 120 or 140 somewhere else if you want a little more??
    Open to Modding??

    Later

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    I haven't bought the case yet so I wouldn't know if I can put another rad in the case but the cosmos 2 does have room at the bottom to accommodate a couple of 240 rads

    although it easily takes a slim quad rad at the top, my thought if someone here currently owns the Cosmos 2 case can safely tell me if I can mount a thick quad rad with sufficient Clearance so that the rad isn't obstructing the motherboard ??

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Bully, it can fit your Rad with maybe 2 hours of modding. Someone had posted photos of the Cosmos II with a RX480 installed, so don't give up hope.
    I love mine, it's the best case I have ever owned, which is why I'm getting rid of the TJ11

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Bully; your plan doesn't make a logic sense to me. You just spent over $300 for the quad AMS, one of the kick-ass rad and now you want to dish it to go with cheap, slim profile one so you can use the Cosmos II?

    You can't even reuse your old TFC quad for Chris's sake.

    My friend, re-think it over again.

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Bully; your plan doesn't make a logic sense to me. You just spent over $300 for the quad AMS, one of the kick-ass rad and now you want to dish it to go with cheap, slim profile one so you can use the Cosmos II?

    You can't even reuse your old TFC quad for Chris's sake.

    My friend, re-think it over again.
    Agree with Denton,

    But might look thru this thread if going that way.

    Cooler Master Cosmos 2 Club

    Have to admit tho, Slick looking case and would be on my list, If not for hieght.

    Later

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Well if it's room that you need. Then go with the AZZA fushion 4000 case. LOT'S OF ROOM.

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Bully; your plan doesn't make a logic sense to me. You just spent over $300 for the quad AMS, one of the kick-ass rad and now you want to dish it to go with cheap, slim profile one so you can use the Cosmos II?

    You can't even reuse your old TFC quad for Chris's sake.

    My friend, re-think it over again.
    Yeah come to think of it I think my brain's a bit fried the looks and function of the case seem to have mesmerized me so much...but yeah not worth the swap guess I will have to look else where to accommodate my air plex 480...

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Well if it's room that you need. Then go with the AZZA fushion 4000 case. LOT'S OF ROOM.
    First time hearing about fusion cases, indeed they are huge ! Front bezel seems a bit too much for my liking case case labs looks pretty decent IMO

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Case Labs FTW!!

    I have the Case Labs TH10, I have 2 EX480 and 1 EX360 stuff into the system.

    but just as a warning the case is HUGH!! It takes up allot of space. So make sure you have room for it.. The Azza Cases are nice also..

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    Default Re: TJ07 to Cosmos II (expense of Quad Rad)

    Yes. You can also take the top off the azza fushion 4000.

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