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#637262 - 14th Dec 2011 9:50am Cooler Master Cosmos S - Water Cooling gear etc.
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Hi I have a CoolerMaster Cosmos S computer Case Excellent condition no signs of scratches that i can see or anything else. Comes in side it proper cooler master "sleeping bag" and proper original Box.

The case mounts the PSU at the Bottom, has space for about 100 fans! very big case for anyone that has lots of gear to put inside or is thinking of going down the Water cooling route, easily fits a 360 rad in the top. case also has a Side fan(intake): 200x230x30mm, 900 rpm, 150 CFM, that's a really big fan pushing alot of air and virtually silent.

Cheapest i Have seen this case for is £150 on Scan "click me to see" Also has a very clever touch sensitive on off button. £100 for the case no offers.



I also have for Sale some water cooling gear. The whole system was bought from Watercooling UK for £500 about 1 year ago. they still have them for Sale now HERE

You get XSPC 240MM RadiatorWith 4 120mm fans, 2 push air to pull air, extra cool!

Universal Water Block made by EK You will need to purchase the correct fittings for your board, i have some 775 stuff spare that you can have for free.

Also included is the water Reservoir also XSPC Brand plus all Hoses and connectors, and its is all fitted and water tight ready to use in the case above or simply transplant to another PC. There is in total well over £200 worth of water cooling equipment here and i would like just £100 for the lot, again no offers.

If your wondering Why water cooling? the answer is simple.
you can buy an Intel core i5 2500k for £179 comes in at 3.3Ghz. with water cooling you can safely and stably hit 4.6 Ghz. this would out perform ANY i7 currently available on the market. the most expensive chip is currently the 3960x at £850. with the exception of the 15mb L3 Cache (which very few people will ever take advantage off for the next few years) you will be seeing similar performance levels for a fraction of the price, same rules apply to overclocking the graphics card.

I am looking for just £100 for the full water cooling system with Fesser One Coolant included.


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#637265 - 14th Dec 2011 10:01am Re: Cooler Master Cosmos S - Water Cooling gear etc. [Re: TheComputerLab]
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is this one of those towers where you can connect an air con unit to on the outside of your house?
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#637270 - 14th Dec 2011 10:19am Re: Cooler Master Cosmos S - Water Cooling gear etc. [Re: _Ste_]
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Ha, yes it is. it has the 2 holes in the back for a compressor unit.

I must warn you though, i have had one of these in the past, they cost a small fortune, mine was £800. they are rubbish! yes your chip will run at a minus temperature BUT the components around the chip (capacitors etc) become very brittle due to the rapid cooling and warming of the board. after the first use the next time you need to get to your CPU or RAM there is a strong possibility (i know as it happened to me) that the board will loose a capacitor. My previous board was a gigabyte and they refused it on an RMA and said it was my fault as i used extreme cooling methods.

Oh well lesson learnt. i sold the fridge! this was not fitted to this case i might add it was an old case i had (weighed a tonne!)

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