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Cooler Master Cosmos S Full Tower Case
Author: Michael Fiss
Manufacturer: Cooler Master
Source: Cooler Master
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Cooler Master Cosmos S Full Tower Case
February 25, 2008

External Examination (continued):

The front top of the Cooler Master Cosmos S full tower case has another unique feature set. In the below left image you see the concealed connection panel and a power button. The power button isn't a traditional button, but is actually a touch sensitive area that will power the system on and off. In the below right image you can see the concealed connection panel with the sliding door in the up position. There are four USB connections, one microphone jack, one headphone jack, a FireWire connection, and even an e-SATA connection.

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Internal Examination:

After releasing the side panel with the latch on the back of the case, we see the inside of the Cooler Master Cosmos S full tower case.


A quick overview shows eight tool-less front bay device mechanisms. There are a bunch of cables and wires suspended from the top of the case which are for the front panel connections and LEDs. There is actually a large white paper with holes punched out for easy placement of standoffs for each motherboard type. Before installing the motherboard you can plot out where the standoffs will go, then pull away the paper to install your motherboard.

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The two images below focus on the left side of the interior of the case. In the below left image you can see the location for a power supply and most of the expansion slots. Note the small black handle is to pull out the power supply dust filter for easy cleaning. There is a spot for a second (optional) fan for the bottom of the case which also has a filter that must be removed from underneath the case. The expansion slots are semi tool-less; they all have thumbscrews and nice covers for unused slots. In the below right image you see the upper section. There is a 120mm fan pre-installed in the rear, and you can see the two water cooling tube holes at the top, as well as a closer view of the standoff installation guide.

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