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Cooler Master's much anticipated COSMOS II pictured

Remaning true to the original, but enhanced in all the right ways.

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jul 14, 2011 1:54 pm

In case you weren't already aware, Cooler Master are paving way for the return of COSMOS, their widely loved, iconic enthusiast tower chassis of years past. All the attributes we loved about the COSMOS are said to be remaining, with a ton of exciting new features added into the mix.


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Now we can get an even better idea of what to expect from the COSMOS II, thanks to the folks over at TPU posting up a number of images of what looks to be a very close to final form version of the chassis.


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The case remains true to the original with its suspended box shape design, albeit a little more curvey this time around, and is roughly the same overall size, but adds all the good stuff expected from a high end tower of today including USB 3.0 ports, touch sensitive buttons, accommodation for 2.5-inch SSDs and a smarter cooling sub-system arrangement.


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The wide opening behind the CPU socket area is also indicative that the case may even be able to accomodate dual-socket boards including the eVGA SR-2.


We're not sure as to when CM intends to launch the case yet, nor at what price point. For obvious reasons expect to pay a pretty penny for it though.


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