Cooler Master Cosmos cases - performance meets silence

Posted on Monday, Jul 02 2007 @ 16:49 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master has unveiled its new Cosmos cases. The firm claims these cases will offer users a very quiet and superior performance operation environment:
In order to solve noise issues in high-end systems, the COSMOS design team made use of the principles of hi-fi equipment design. We transformed the audio equipment stand into a progressive aluminum tube stand, thus eliminating resonance by providing three-to-five times the bending strength. The solid front panel and low-density soundproof materials inside the casing and junction wraps system noise inside. Even if the system runs under a full load, quiet operation is maintained.

Built on highly skilled individuals with years of hands-on thermal experience, Cooler Master proudly presents another landmark in advanced thermal technology design with the COSMOS.

By way of its innovative bottom intake ventilation design, which uses a natural airflow induction system, COSMOS cleverly enhances the conventional cooling systems by using the concept of stack and negative pressure effect. While still maintaining minimal power consumption, COSMOS provides not only excellent performance but also a super silent environment.
The Cooler Master Cosmos features a tool-free design. The sides are easy to open and the case features tool-free ODD/add-on card installation and detachable HDD cages. Another special feature of this case is that it includes a storage box which can be used to keep tools and spare screws together inside the casing.

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