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Tuesday, 04 March 2008 20:43

Cooler master has a new case

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic
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Cebit 08: COSMOS S on display

 

Cooler Master is keen on delivering high-end PC cases and at today’s CeBIT they showcased their newest model, COSMOS S. They described this case as “the best just got better.”

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Designers did their share, so the case is really elegant, but good looks are not everything this case offers. A peek under the hood will reveal a case with an interior optimized for excellent airflow.

On the left side, you’ll find a massive 200mm fan for additional graphics card cooling, whereas the front side has enough openings to allow for constant and unhindered airflow. Of course, there are fans on the back as well as on the top of the case.

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Other features include USB ports, audio ins as well as eSATA ports on top hidden by a plastic cover.

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