Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower Reviewformerstaff - January 2, 2012
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The most obvious first impression of this case is the size of it. It is huge! It measures a whopping 344 x 704 x 664 mm. It does have a strong resemblance to the original Cosmos design with its signature tubular handles that run from the front of the case to the back. One of the first things that caught my eye was the attention to detail in all aspects of this case.
Moving to the doors we find beautiful black brushed aluminum finish with stylish filtered vents in both doors. The vents follow the overall style theme of the case which has various sizes of layered polygons
You may have noticed I did not use the word "panels" in the last paragraph. that is because this case does not have panels, it has doors. full fledged three dimensional, 1" thick doors. As such, they have what I like to refer to as 'architectural depth'. The assembly procedure for the doors is such that I could not disassemble them to have a peek inside, however, a rap on the inside of them is met with a completely deadened thud. My guess is that sandwiched in-between the black brushed aluminum exterior and the very nicely done textured plastic interior panel, is a piece of acoustic foam like the material adhered to the inside of the original Cosmos side panels.
The doors are really beautifully done and flow with the design of the case. They are fully filtered (more on that in a bit) here is a left , right, rear, and front shot for your enjoyment.
Let's have a look at some more exterior features...