Cooler Master Cosmos C700P and H500P shown off
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Both chassis offer lots of airflow opportunity.
Cooler Master had a couple of interesting chassis on show at Computex.
Starting off with the MasterCase H500P, or Half as it is known internally, it is the only chassis to ship with a couple of 200mm RGB fans in the front. As you can see in the video, it is designed for high airflow with provision for an additional 3x120mm fans in the top, or 2x200mm, or a radiator if you wish to go down the watercooling route.
Another twist is the ability to mount the graphics card sideways, though no riser cable is provided as part of the package. We also like the cable-management covers around back. It'll cost around $149 and should be on shelves in August.
Moving on to something bigger, the Cosmos is making a retail return through the C700P that's due to be released in September/October at between $299-$349.
Featured curved side panels on the left-hand side, a plethora of RGB lighting - including light bars on either side - controllable from a front panel, as well as a six-fan controller, there's the ability to rotate the motherboard tray, as well. It's handy that you can hide a lot of wiring thanks to the numerous covers at the bottom and around the back. One for those who want to install the kitchen sink of a PC.