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Saturday, 07 January 2012 12:19

Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Unprecedented control with a saucy price tag

 Our today’s guest is Cooler Master’s Cosmos II Ultra Tower. The case packs many unique features but it’s the size that’s quite impressive. 

 

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You won’t realize how gargantuan Cosmos II Ultra Tower is until you have a reference point. The following photo shows it next to our favorite case – Cosmos S. 

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It’s obvious that Cosmos II Ultra Tower isn’t quite the successor to Cosmos S, as the two aren’t in the same category to begin with. Cosmos II Ultra Tower belongs to extreme categories of ultra-tower cases, something you don’t quite see every day. Cosmos II Ultra Tower’s specs say a lot about its unique design, e.g. the case will hold 13x 3.5’’ drives and CPU coolers up to 19cm tall. 

 

Model Number

RC 1200 KKN1

Color

All Black

Material

Aluminum Mesh, Plastic, Case body: Steal

Dimensions

( W ) 344 x ( H ) 704 x ( D ) 664 mm
( W ) 13.5 x ( H ) 27.7 x ( D ) 26.1 inch

Net Weight

22 KG / 48.5 lbs

Motherboard Type

Micro-ATX, ATX, e-ATX, XL-ATX, SSI CEB, SSI EEB

5.25" Drive Bay

3

3.5” Drive Bay

13 ( 2 from X-docking, Mid cage for 5 HDDs, Bottom cage for 6 HDDs)

2.5” Drive Bay

11 ( converted from 3.5“ bay )

Cooling System

Front:

200 mm LED fan x 1, 700 RPM, 19dBA ( converted from 140 mm fan x 1 )

Top:

120 mm black fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA ( converted from 200 mm fan x 1 / 140 mm fan x 2 / 120 mm fan x 3 )

Rear:

140 mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 19 dBA ( converted from 120 mm fan x 1 )

( converted to 120 mm fan )

HDD:

Mid, HDD: 120 x 25 mm fan x 1 ( optional )

Bottom, HDD: 120 mm fan x 2, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA

Side:

120 mm fan x 2 ( optional )

Expansion Slots

10+1

I/O Panel

USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 4, e-SATA x 1, Audio In and Out ( Supports HD audio )

Power Supply Type

Standard ATX PS2 / EPS 12V

Maximum Compatibility

CPU cooler height: 190 mm / 7.48 in
GPU card length: 385 mm / 15.5 in



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