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Cooler Master Cosmos C700P Case Review

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Final Thoughts and Conclusion

The Cooler Master Cosmos C700P is an amazing case and a delight to build in. It has everything a die hard PC enthusiast could ever want in a case. With the top supporting up to a 360 mm radiator, and the front supporting up to a 480 mm radiator, the water cooling possibilities are endless. However, its with Cooler Masters’ FreeForm Modular system that the Cosmos C700P really shows off its potential. The ability to strip the case to its frame, and rebuild it in different configurations means no two builds in the Cosmos C700P will be the same. The removable allow you to hide unattractive hard drives and cables, and really make the build look clean, even if its not. With additional accessories, such as GPU supports or fan brackets for the basement, you can give the Cosmos C700P that much more of a personal touch.

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The dual-curved tempered glass side panel looks great. The dual curves offer for better viewing angles, allowing you to better show off your build. I’m usually not a fan of RGB lighting. However, in this case, it works well. The addition of the fan and RGB controller is yet another great touch. I love the fact I can sync the lighting on the fans, case and motherboard all together. This case does come at a premium though. At the time of this review, the Cooler Master Cosmos C700P is priced at $299.99 on Newegg and Amazon. But, for a full tower, with as many features as the Cosmos C700P, I think its a great deal and worth every penny. With Cooler Masters’ FreeForm Modular system, you can take the Cosmos C700P and truly “Make it Yours”.

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  1. I built the Cosmo C700P reversed around an EVGA Classified SR-2 dual Xeon HPATX motherboard. It worked awesome, fills the case perfectly, posted CUDA rendering records first time out, and looks gorgeous!!!

    The EVGA SuperNOVA 1600W G2 is bottom right; the pcie and sata power cables are completely hidden bottom center to left under the geometric shroud where I keep my emergency backup HyperX SSD out front in the special shock-mounted holder. The dual six-core X5660 2.8 GHz Xeons are air-cooled by twin LED CM V8 GTS fans; 24 RAM slots are good for 48GB factory, 96GB with the “Secret Sauce”; and 7 full length pcie slots in the upper right keep the air-cooled GTX cards right side up for better cooling, like in Mac Pro cases. The only real alteration was to move the vertical HD mounting column/support back on standoffs to clear the colossal SR-2 motherboard; everything else just worked, and the gorgeous double-curved glass door swings out and then right (towards the back of the machine). 4TB of SSD boot and scratch disks are tucked into two special holders on the back of the mobo tray behind a huge double curved black aluminum door; everything is super clean, and super accessible!

    Initial config was with two immaculate EVGA GTX590 Classifieds, and one ROG MARS GTX580x2 for a total of six massive GF110 Fermi GPUs. On the Thea Rendering benchmarks (combined Nvidia CUDA and Intel Embree unbiased 3D rendering performance), this system scored 10,660; crushing many dual and triple GTX 1080ti rigs! Gotta love it!

    The top grill pops off to reveal the very impressive and huge ROG MARS GTX580x2 video card, and the many internal red LEDs hint nicely at the depth, volume, and massive power inside the stunning case! The ROG MARS GTX580x2 supports DisplayPort with audio, and drives a single 27” Apple Cinema LED display with glass face and nice sound. It really compliments the timeless and high quality styling of the C700P!

    For the long term, I plan on re-installing two EVGA GTX580 3GB Classified Ultras under the ROG MARS GTX580x2, and setting up for cool and quiet presentation renderings in a professional industrial design studio. With BIOS temp-controlled and reliable air-cooling fans for all system components, this will prove to be a valuable asset in our bag of extreme-duty design tools. The heavy and hushed sounds of the big fans, the barely audible coil whine, and the subliminal double-curved tempered and LED lit smoked-glass case tell clients they are in for an experience they will not soon forget…

    For showcasing the vintage and classic dual Xeon SR-2, and the massive CUDA video cards it can support, the Cooler Master Cosmo C700P is the one to see! Everyone loves it!


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