Does the Cosmos S support 3-way+X58 ?

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by Marri, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Marri

    Marri Ancient Guru

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    Hey guys , I just found out my Stacker 830 has some flaws with the X58.. :(

    I cant get SLi because the last PCI-E lane is way down below..
    Enough to stop me putting a card in..
    Even if I could put the card in , I'd have to punch in holes because the exaust is blocked..

    Anyone with 3-Way and the X58 board using a Cosmos S !

    I'm using the Asus Rampage 2 Extreme..

    I only have the Cosmos S and the standard Cosmos as an option..

    I can cut my old casing but that's plan B..
     
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    surrealX Ancient Guru

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    From the looks of this picture it looks like it can.

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  3. Marri

    Marri Ancient Guru

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    Yeah , that's about perfect for the eVGA board..
    The last PCI-E Slots are lower on the Rampage II..
    I guess, I'm going to hate my self pretty soon..

    Other then that , thanks alot for the quick post surrealX..
    I mean it.. ;)
     
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    surrealX Ancient Guru

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    Np.

    Why not hack up the Stacker first to see if you don't have to spend $ for a new case? If you mess it up you can always get the Cosmos S
     

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    Marri Ancient Guru

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    yeah , I cut my casing from a few corners to help the card be seat properly..
    Things seem to be working well enough but it's very strange knowing Tri SLi has caused me alot more trouble in the strangest ways..
    Had to dump my Elite pro , 3 cards are trouble indeed first I had to upgrade from my 780i and then dump a X58 board because of serious seating issues and now cut my casing because of the Rampage II..
    I cant even connect the Casings Power button...lol
    Because the cards wont allow it..lol
    Thank God for the boards Power On switch..
    Insane..
     

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