Cooler Master launches COSMOS C700P PC chassis

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COSMOS C700P

Cooler Master just announced the availability of their new COSMOS C700P chassis that looks totally killer.

For the average person buying a PC means going to Best Buy or shopping online on Amazon, Newegg, or another online store. While I’m sure most will be satisfied with their online purchase, Cooler Master knows there’s another person out there, the PC build enthusiast.

The company just announced the availability of their new COSMOS C700P chassis that looks totally killer. The COSMOS C700P features a flexible layout, which allows you to fully reconfigure the internals of the chassis. The removable and rotatable motherboard tray allows users to create a chimney effect by orienting the graphics card in a vertical position to optimize the natural airflow inside the chassis and allow warm air to move upwards and out.

The motherboard tray can also be positioned on the opposite side of the COSMOS C700P for an inverse layout. The tray can also be removed while making your build which provides plenty of space to install other components on a flat surface.

A panoramic tempered glass side panel, with two curved edges, offers users a wide view of the internal components. By utilizing a tempered glass side panel, Cooler Master says this offers up to 3 to 5 times the structural integrity that regular glass would. Of course, what’s a PC build without RGB lighting these days? Recessed RGB lines frame the top and bottom of the C700P offering a subtle lighting experience by reflecting off the four aluminum handles. Cooler Master has integrated an easy access lighting control switch into the front I/O. Users can easily switch between three lighting modes, cycle, static and motherboard, to customize the look of their system.

The COSMOS C700P is expected to be available September 28th, 2017 for a starting MSRP of $299.99USD.

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