Cooler Master USA
SRP is $349.99 CADCanada, plus whatever taxes applied.So $400 after shipping?
No local stores are going to carry a case this expensive. I hope the cooling is way better than the HAF X or Silverstone FT02 at this price everything has to be better for me to even consider it. The mess of cables right of the box already pisses me off I expect it to come tidy at that price. The video review did win me over a bit, I like the removeable drive cage and there are quite a few fans. I wonder if this is aimed at watercoolers and if it would be any good with Tri-Fire or Quad-SLI on air cooling.
Since CM has not invented wireless power yet, so we had to use wires to support fan LED on/off as well as fan speed. Our controller supports 9 fans, in 4 seperate channels. This means we need 9 wires for power and the same amount for LED for a total of 18 wires. Since the chassis is so large, we had to have large leads.
As a cool point:the fan wires are not soldered into the PCB so you can remove them if you dont need them, and attach them when you do. The wire connectors are hotglued just so they don't come off on their own in shipping. Maybe someone can help post a picture of the controller and it will explain it all.
Cosmos II was designed to look smaller than it is. It's harder to compare a curved object to a rectangular object. The feedback of enthusiasts around the world who needed a larger frame was taken into consideration. We are confident that their's no chassis out there comparable in feature or design.That said, the size of this case is deceptive in the video, until you see the mobo installed so there might be more room to hide them than it appears. Looking forward to seeing some full watercooling setups with a bunch of fans installed in this thing.
Looks like a great case for watercooling or air, or both. Might be something I would move into at some point as long as the promised rad space is available.