Coolermaster releases the "Cosmos S" case

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Coolermaster releases the "Cosmos S" case
 
Back at the beginning of the year, Coolermaster showcased some of their upcoming high-end PC enclosures at CES. One of the biggest head turners on the Coolermaster stand was undoubtedly the latest addition to the Cosmos series dubbed the "Cosmos Storm". Almost 2 months have passed, and yes (as you can probably guess by the title of the article) the case is finally here and in the hands of Overclock3D.
 
Here's what Coolermaster had to say in their early morning press release:
 
Since its introduction, Cooler Master’s COSMOS PC Chassis has garnering numerous awards and accolades around the world. Today, the best just got better as Cooler Master unleashes the COSMOS S Chassis, featuring a new racing design, a touch-sensitive panel, and a gamut of user-friendly features, the COSMOS S is the evolution of the ultimate PC enclosure.

When laying eyes on the COSMOS S for the first time, one is immediately drawn in by its sleek contours and exhilarating styling. Inspired by the some of the world’s finest race cars, the COSMOS S exudes both speed and sophistication. From the meshed front and side panels to the brushed aluminum finish, the COSMOS S is pure lust, offering an enclosure fit for evolved sensibilities of the discriminating PC enthusiast.
 
While a full review of the case is still forthcoming, we just couldn't resist releasing a couple of the photo's for your viewing pleasure..
 
Coolermaster Cosmos S Coolermaster Cosmos S
 Left: The capacitive sensitive power-on button.
Right: Room for a triple radiator at the top of the case!
 
Coolermaster Cosmos S  Coolermaster Cosmos S
Left: The back end of the case. A bit plasticy, but stylish nevertheless.
Right: Mmm brushed Aluminium side panels.
 
Now we don't want to spoil our review which should be arriving at the beginning of next week, but I can honestly say that this case was love at first sight. Sure it's got the odd bit of plastic here and there, but the build quality of the case is superb and with the ability to install a triple rad without any modding, it's going to be a water coolers dream.
 
Pretty or pretty ugly? Why not let us know what you think in our forums.
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19-02-2008, 08:06:35

Pat123
which would be best, i use vista 64-bit?

And also would i be best off saving loads of money and buying 2 2gb or 4 1gb sticks seperately.. or in a dual/quad channel kit?

19-02-2008, 08:11:18

Jim
2x2 mate. Less chance of encountering any compat problems with your mobo that way. Also should allow for higher overclocking.

19-02-2008, 08:16:32

Pat123
ah right cheers,

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=766626

Those any good?
My budget is around £100 give or take £20. And my mobo can support up to 1066Mhz

** edit
How about these?

http://www.komplett.co.uk/k/ki.aspx?sku=343136

19-02-2008, 09:02:21

Mr. Smith
I can vouch for that reaperx kit, see sig ;)

19-02-2008, 13:34:28

!TIMMY!
I know some people have had bad experiences with OCUK but:

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-104-OC

19-02-2008, 17:08:57

Toxcity
Yeah go for 2x2GB... nothing to gain from 4x1gb. Not even quad channel... has yet to invent itself. :(

19-02-2008, 18:12:57

Mr. Smith

I know some people have had bad experiences with OCUK but:

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-104-OC



Damn! Got my 6400 kit from there mid Jan for that price! One month later 8000 kit can be had for the same price!

tbh, even though I know the RMA at OCUK is dire, I've still ordered a few parts with no issues (never needed an RMA from them, touch wood!)

20-02-2008, 05:45:50

Pat123
that kit is tempting me.. my motherboard supports 667mhz 800mhz and 1066mhz

Would that kit be fine? coz isnt DDR28000, 1000mhz?

21-02-2008, 02:38:37

!TIMMY!
As far as I know, yes it should be fine. Just make sure u have the space between ur ram slots and cpu cooler.

21-02-2008, 06:04:47

Pat123
water cooled so its all good, plenty of room.

Cheers for the help guys (Y).. il order soon
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