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Old July 19, 2011, 08:51 AM
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Based off those pics the interior looks VERY similar to that of the 650D and 600T!
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Old July 19, 2011, 10:48 PM
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I want one! But now I am stuck between that one and Corsair Graphite case...
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Old July 20, 2011, 05:53 PM
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Based off those pics the interior looks VERY similar to that of the 650D and 600T!
Thank you for the comment. The interior is 20% larger than the Cosmos S so you could fit a mid tower inside the chassis.

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I want one! why is it so expensive!!! On this one, Coolermaster succeed in doing what car brand fail, getting old star back cought cought Camaro, Challenger caught caught.
If different color are available, this case is definatly going to take some market share over the huge and expensive case market. Maybe even take over the beloved ATCS 840?? who know.
I can share that the Cosmos II is built with aluminum and steel for a majority. There are many pieces and moving parts that have to be assembled together. The side panels are curved aluminum, as well as the top and front covers. The top and bottom handles are extruded aluminum for high strength. The aluminum/ABS doors are huge, and they open with a swinging hinge that can be lifted up and removed. For the size of the chassis, there's no chassis larger than it. Also for CA dollars, it will be a little less than what people in the states pay due to the great exchange rates.
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Old July 20, 2011, 06:18 PM
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I can share that the Cosmos II is built with aluminum and steel for a majority. There are many pieces and moving parts that have to be assembled together. The side panels are curved aluminum, as well as the top and front covers. The top and bottom handles are extruded aluminum for high strength. The aluminum/ABS doors are huge, and they open with a swinging hinge that can be lifted up and removed. For the size of the chassis, there's no chassis larger than it. Also for CA dollars, it will be a little less than what people in the states pay due to the great exchange rates.
Don't say anymore or I wont be able to keep my wood XD

Any release date so far?
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Thank you for the comment. The interior is 20% larger than the Cosmos S so you could fit a mid tower inside the chassis.
Now that's BIG!

I am guessing it will weigh a good 40lbs.
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Old July 20, 2011, 08:46 PM
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Ok the Cosmos S was big, and this is 20% bigger you could almost build two systems in there.
Hmmmm! me want this case now.
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Wow! seriously cant wait for this case! looks amazing! Sky, perhaps a review would be nice when it comes out! :PPP
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Thank you for the comment. The interior is 20% larger than the Cosmos S so you could fit a mid tower inside the chassis.



I can share that the Cosmos II is built with aluminum and steel for a majority. There are many pieces and moving parts that have to be assembled together. The side panels are curved aluminum, as well as the top and front covers. The top and bottom handles are extruded aluminum for high strength. The aluminum/ABS doors are huge, and they open with a swinging hinge that can be lifted up and removed. For the size of the chassis, there's no chassis larger than it. Also for CA dollars, it will be a little less than what people in the states pay due to the great exchange rates.

Only because you Said it, but now I want you to send me one so I can see if my CM Scout or CM Elite 310 fits inside :)

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Old July 21, 2011, 12:06 PM
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Now that's BIG!

I am guessing it will weigh a good 40lbs.
I hope it fits on the HWC video turntable thing!

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Only because you Said it, but now I want you to send me one so I can see if my CM Scout or CM Elite 310 fits inside :)

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If you want a big hint at the scale of the chassis, use this picture for Maximum PC. Compare to the width of the NEC PA301W 30" monitors on their ends. Subtract about 2".
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Old July 21, 2011, 12:11 PM
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Methinks someone from Cooler Master needs to physically shove one of their ATX cases inside this thing and show us how big it really is. Especially considering that MaxPC picture features some of the worst Photoshopping I have seen in a long time. ;)
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