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Saturday, 07 January 2012 12:19

Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower reviewed - Left and Right panel

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Unprecedented control with a saucy price tag

 The side panels look nice and measure about 56x57cm, which is almost like four 17’’ displays.

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Both side panels are opened via handles on the rear panel. 

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The side panels need not be removed as they’re attached to the chassis by hinges. If the panels are getting in the way while mounting components, for instance, a slight push upwards will make them fall off the hinges.
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Once the panels are closed they’re quite firm as sharp metal parts (picture below) hold it in place. 

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The door can be opened by 45 degrees so we didn’t remove them while mounting components. 

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Just like we expected, the left side panel can house fans inside. 

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Side panel fans are optional of course. Note that the fans you see on the picture below don’t come with the case. 

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 The right side panel also features a similar filter, which can be removed for cleaning (rightside panel can not house fans). 

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