- Page 1: Introduction
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Specifications and features
- Page 4: Building experience
- Page 5: Wrapping up the Cooler Master COSMOS C700P review
Wrapping up the Cooler Master COSMOS C700P review
It’s a very huge case that’s reminiscent of the classical COSMOS’s silhouette but changed its geometries to have a more modern look and feel. Some parts of the COSMOS C700P felt unpolished, like how the plates are placed in and out of the case will cause scratches to the frame itself. While I do understand that screwing in the parts is the most secure, I do wish to see a little more toollessness for certain components like the hard disk.
The RGB lighting is done perfectly as the built-in RGB controller can communicate with modern motherboard’s RGB headers without issue. Though, it is a 4-pin RGB controller instead of the more advanced RGBW.
For the price of RM1,350, it’s a truly premium-priced case indeed. It’s meant for a niche market that seeks modularity, expandability, and sleek futuristic looks.
From what we know, Cooler Master Malaysia is bringing in the accessories early 2018 – so for those who want to try out the fancy 90° rotated motherboard layout or just want to install more than two 3.5-inch hard disks, then you’ll have to wait.
- Ample of space to work with
- Build with modularity in mind, and it shows
- Can rotate motherboard to 90° or 180° layout
- Great expandability with accessories
- Horrible user manual
- Lots of screws