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Cooler Master Cosmos C700M review
“Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” …

You know, when we reviewed the C700P last year, we have been hyped about it ever since. Today, however, Cooler Master is releasing yet again an improvement in the Cosmos series. It is the most high-end product you’ll have seen in a while, exclusive, premium all words that come to mind with the release of the new C700M, and yes admittedly, it is better and a number of ways compared to last years C700P model. Join us in a product review of something truly amazing, meet the new Cooler Master C700M, an all-new enthusiast class Cosmos series chassis. The Master is back in da house as they just have released an updated top the enthusiast class Cosmos series. The chassis once again has that distinctive Cosmos series feel, yet it was revamped on the inside and out with an addressable LED lighting system, integrated fan and LED controller and curved tempered glass with doors you can swing open from the front side. Another fantastic new feature is the ability to vertically mount your graphics card. Cooler Master took it a step further thought you can rotate the angle on the way that graphics card is positioned, and that all by itself is a unique feature. Very good to see is the inclusion of a riser cable to make this happen. 

The Cosmos series, of course, has been ongoing for a long time now. We have seen the 25th-anniversary edition, then the Cosmos C700P and today the C700M with that familiar look and feel. The Cosmos has a completely customizable design (innards can even be inverted) and Cooler Master went for improved looks with tinted curved tempered glass, while on the inside shielding and covering up everything you do not want to see. The Cosmos C700M can house the bigger motherboards and comes with a combination of plastic and aluminum inserts. You may unlock and swing the side panel open like regular doors. Despite all the changes the Cosmos C700M retains its original look and feel a combination of an aluminum and dark element design. On the top and bottom sides, you’ll spot massive aluminum handlebars. There is loads of space for cable management and above all, it is a chassis that offers good airflow. Covered up behind the front side panel are the drive bays and fan placements, as well as the space for many kinds of liquid cooling. An all-black interior offers enough space for an oversized motherboard with multiple graphics cards. At the top there is the control panel, here you can manage up to fan RPM and the respective LED lighting system that comes with its own controller, yet also can be connected towards MSI, ASUS and Gigabyte motherboards to line up with software-based RGB control. The LED system now is fully addressable (ARGB). Liquid-cooling? Not a problem. Obviously, there is more than enough space for any mind and form of cooling including 360mm radiator based water-cooling in the top and front sides. You can easily fit any radiator from 120mm towards 360mm in the. Inside there is a modular system, you can swap things around, e.g. you can invert the motherboard towards the other side. You lift out the side panels, swap them around and yeah, an inverted PC is an option. Also updated is the connectivity with a USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type-C port as well as 4x USB 3.0 Type-A ports.

Features are plentiful, the main factor, however, has to be the overall looks, as Cooler Master really outdid themselves this round, have a peek and then lets head onwards into the build. 



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