I totally dig this new Coolermaster Cosmos C700
It has a much more clever layout for watercooling purposes.
The harddrive bays, Jayz is talking about, i have removed in favor of the bottom radiator, and than there still are 6 bays left. So that is a valid point. For 300$, they could have included at least 4x 3,5" bays.
I like the looks and the shrouds that come with it. Very clever design. And finally a good build vid from Jay again. I got tired of all the Studio hassle videos. Back to where he is good at. And i need an assistent as well
On the down side, i got confirmation this week, that the work on the foundation will take longer. That seems to be standard practice these days with building projects. But it will take at least until Februari. Not happy with that.
And as long as they continue drilling and hammering, i will not be able to continue my build.
I also have to keep an eye on the work now, as nobody from the owners actually has some knowledge about construction work and i do.
The amount of work on the shop downstairs is massive as well. It will be their flagship store when it is ready.
What i will do now, is gather all the parts and components in a single large plastic container, so i do not have to search the house anymore for parts when i continue. I will use smaller plastic boxes to store all the bolts and mounting materials and another one for the fittings. I should have done that much earliers, but was a bit disorganized.
And when the heavy work has been done and the interior architects start their work, i can continue with my build.
When i look at that new Cosmos case, i should have bought that one and left the old system like it was. But i have done most basic mounting stuff in my case already and only need to finish the wiring, which is a massive task in case of a Cosmos II, as well as the tubing.
The cable bundles are wrist thick, just to give an idea.