Cooler Master COSMOS C700P Full Tower Chassis Review

The Bracket/Hard Drive Cage

The chassis includes 2 x 140mm fans already mounted at the front of the chassis. I removed them of course … and mounted my own RGB ring fans 🙂

As you can see from the photos below, you’ll see that the HD/ODD cage can be removed, which will allow you to mount a larger 420mm radiator. With the HD/ODD cage inside, the largest radiator you can mount is a 360mm.

 

The Interior

There’s tons of space inside the chassis, so there’s no excuse not to go extreme, and get the biggest and the best components. The whole layout of the chassis is highly flexible and detachable, allowing you build your system to your own tastes.

The removable PSU and HD/ODD covers allow you to hide those unsightly loos cables and what’s more, the motherboard tray has rubberized holes for cable management. Excellent.

 

Installation

As you can see from the photos below, I had no issues mounting the Asus ROG Maximus X Hero motherboard (ATX size), along with an EVGA CLC 280 AIO cooler (280mm radiator), and a Zotac GeForce GTX graphics card (full length card). And at the end of it … there was still plenty of room.

Notice I added two AIO coolers for good measure … and again, I’m glad to see there was plenty of room.

 

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