Cooler Master Cosmos S PC Case Review

Posted: Feb 22 2008, 1:04pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:24am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Today we are looking at the Cooler Master Cosmos S PC chassis. This is a new sports version of the fantastic Cosmos we looked at before. The new Cosmos S was launched today.

This is a fantastic case for gamers with lots of hardware that provides a toolless design that has plenty of room for drives and other gear. Cooling is fantastic as well with several 120mm fans and a large 200mm fan stock.

Review excerpt: “The side panels of the Cooler Master Cosmos S are easy to remove and require no tools. To remove either side panel all you need to do is press an eject button on the back of the case. The panels pop off the sides and are easy to remove. Inside the case the drive bays are tool less as well. The same locking rails are used in the Cooler Master Cosmos S that owners of the Cosmos are familiar with.” Read the full Cooler Master Cosmos S review here.

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