For most of you who have any experience building enthusiast systems the name "Cooler Master" is known. Whether you are looking for cooling for the processor, power supplies or even enclosures, this company has been working with hobbyists for quite some time.
Today's piece will cover a new style of enclosure that is becoming popular very quickly; that being a case which cools well and still maintains a high level of silence. The COSMOS 1000 is Cooler Master's response to this new desired product and we plan on seeing if it can deliver both qualities it claims.
So relax for a bit as we dig deeper into the latest trend in computer enclosures. We will test to see if it can really produce decent cooling with a minimum of noise, then we'll see if its price tag makes it a worthy contender for our upgrading dollars.
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