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    Default Cosmos S in progress..

    Hi

    Just beginning to build on my new Cosmos S, with the first single watercool loop. Second loop and mod's coming soon.


    The leak test:


    All good, in with the goods:




    ...And the cable hell out back..


    I placed the Yate Loons on the top instead of the bottom og the rad. and using Papst GM's for push, alittle more noise level but they really keeps the temps down, and all fans can be controlled


    Cosmos is just so well designed (imho)






    More to come..




    ....the replaced dusty old things







    N.B!! Please take notice of the new awesome sig-banner Deton just made for me..!! Cool or what..!!

    Deton, much wireless cosmic light, love and awareness from me to you

    Thanx M8!
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    Looks good, I especially like the Scythe fan controllers.

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    Oooooh, very nice!! Yes, the fan controllers are a very nice touch!

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    very nice setup, ive seen the cosmos s cases and its a monster great setup hope u show us some more pics on future mods later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antw0788 View Post
    very nice setup, ive seen the cosmos s cases and its a monster great setup hope u show us some more pics on future mods later.
    Cosmos is a very great case, great quality.

    Changes has been made though, cosmos now houses the R2E rig, and im about to install a moderate 1 loop WC system, thinner rad and EK blocks etc.

    The Evga Classified gets a workbench (homemade) with abit more WC and loops.

    Pics will follow


    Enjoy the summer m8's :cool:
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    Can't wait to see the new setups!

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