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Case Mod - In Progress Cooler Master Cosmos II MbK...Final pics!!!

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by kier, 2 Jan 2012.

  1. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    This might just one of the best water cooling jobs around, it looks seriously cool already. I just can't wait to see this lot with juice pumping through it.
     
  2. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    Damn... I thought only Nutman did that... Must be a modders decease going 'round! :lol:
     
  3. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    Old age to much beer and the cold weather will do that sort of thing....lol
     
  4. kier

    kier -----------------

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    Normaly it doesnt happen...this was the first time :(
     
  5. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    It seems like the right answer, but I just don't believe you! :lol:
     
  6. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    What colors of the sleeve will you use? I hope you will go for the Sabertooth colors !
     
  7. kier

    kier -----------------

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    The colors of the sleeve will be:
    -Black
    -Titanium grey
    -grey
    -white
     
  8. xxTRIGG3Rxx

    xxTRIGG3Rxx New Member

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    Looks really Awesome man! I love the case mabey i buy one myself it's so clean and nice! ;d

    This is a very awesome and clean beautiful build great job!
     
  9. L1U

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  10. Zero_UK

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    My thoughts of this thread as I go from page to page:

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    Very jealous, congratulations - the mod looks stunning so far.
     
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  11. kier

    kier -----------------

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    thanks y'all for the comments and pics :)

    Been playing with the tubes, but Im not so excited about the RAM->Mosfet connection
    what do you think?

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  12. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    It looks fine, but yes, the MOSFET<>RAM block connection looks a bit off.
    So, here a suggestion - I hope a written suggestion will suffice.
    Add a 90-degrees fitting in the top of the RAM block - add another 90-degrees fittting to that one and turn it until it points towards the MOSFET block. Now, add a 90-degrees fitting to the MOSFET block and connect the 2 blocks with a small piece of tubing. Not sure of the length of the fittings will make this solution usable, but I guess it's worth a try?
     
  13. wejjy

    wejjy Active Member

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    I missed this one which is strange as im a Kier fan! Read it all... Result?

    LOVE IT! Awesome work dude, subb'd!
     
  14. kier

    kier -----------------

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    Thanks Nutman :) I was also thinking about a 90 on the RAM and a 90 on the MOSFET. But the distance is to small to add a tube between them, so maybe with some extenders under the MOSFET 90 degrees fitting, so it will be then the same level as the RAM. All connected with a Bitspower crystal link

    Thanks :rock: :thumb:
     
  15. kier

    kier -----------------

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    Update!!!


    Had some fun these days with cutting and sawing in the Cosmos:
    Hole for a straight Fill-Port and also a slot for the fitting of the pump.

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    Holes for the gpu, s in-and outlet

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    A hole for the wiring of the gpu, s

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    And adjusted the slot for the sata

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    Did the same thing for the 24 pins powercables.

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    I also made ​​a hole in the side of the 5.25 bay

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    And made 2 fill-ports.

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    And at the bottom of the 5.25, I have made a large hole for the in and outlets of the reservoirs, etc..

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    All this I have covered with U-channel edge from Mnpctech.

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    Furthermore, did some nice things with the pump / reservoirs. All with fixed tubes;)

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    More on this later. I also started with the cables. For the GPU power, I have marked some holes.

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    Pre-drilling with 1.5mm

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    3mm

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    And 4.5mm

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    This is enough to go through with a sleeved wire.

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    For the GPU power I used extensions

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    And sleeved it in 4 colors. Black, titanium gray, gray and white

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    Other side still loose

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    One by one put the male connector through

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    Did the same thing for 24 pins cable.

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    And placed everything. One gpu have to wait ( need more heatshrink)

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  16. jasongreen_89

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    Awsome looking case, probably one of the best out there! Just wish I could justify the pricetag!
     
  17. p0Pe

    p0Pe gief cake?

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    Looks nice man!

    You can use a 2.5 mm drill if you apply heatshrink after you put the wires trough the holes:p I did that on PC-Beto:)
     
  18. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    This looks sooo nice. The man's a modding marvel.
     
  19. peteski

    peteski long live the pc

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    how did i miss this your work kier is so inspirational top modding mate 5 stars +rep :rock: :rock: :rock:
     
  20. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    looks wonderful :)
     

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