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Cooler Master Cosmos II vs Corsair Obsidian Series 900D?

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January 25, 2014 2:06:44 AM

Which case is better? Not really planning water cooling systems in the near future. Really can't decide which case to get...

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January 25, 2014 2:33:50 AM

Cooler Master Cosmos II. It supports 200 mm fans - front and top. Rear 140.And all others are 120mm.

While the 900D supports 1 x 140mm. 3 x 120mm and 15 92mm (i guess, not specified on Corsair webpage)

An optimum cooling configuration will be more efficient and with less noise on the Cosmos II. Not to mention it looks fantastic.

P.S I am a Cooler Master fanboy as well. Relevant or irrelevant.
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January 25, 2014 3:56:19 AM

Thanks for replying :)  Most likely going for Cooler Master Cosmos II now.. :D 
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February 4, 2014 3:14:39 AM

Shneiky said:
Cooler Master Cosmos II. It supports 200 mm fans - front and top. Rear 140.And all others are 120mm.

While the 900D supports 1 x 140mm. 3 x 120mm and 15 92mm (i guess, not specified on Corsair webpage)

An optimum cooling configuration will be more efficient and with less noise on the Cosmos II. Not to mention it looks fantastic.

P.S I am a Cooler Master fanboy as well. Relevant or irrelevant.


the 900D supports at least 13 x 120 mm fans not 3 x
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February 4, 2014 3:48:00 AM

It might be my mistake. As always, Corsair does not properly put Technical Specifications on their website. That is a thing I really hate about their website. There it is said that 900D has 15 possible fan spots. Judging by pictures, I tough it was 92.

And as I said "and 15 92mm (i guess, not specified on Corsair webpage)" - it is a guess.

Even so, that is extremely bad for a case of this caliber. I would (and many more) gladly ditch all 92/120 mm fan spots for 140/180 and best is 200mm fans.
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