I’m comfortable saying that the Cosmos II will likely be a top-pick for cases in the high-end enthusiast market. It brings impressive size, the ultimate in flexibility, fantastic aesthetic design, and as much functionality as you could reasonably throw into a chassis. The supercar geometries and the copious use of brushed aluminum catches the eye in a subtle way, and it really is a case you have no choice but to look over. The sliding door is a great way to conceal the front drive bays, and all of the details really become the glue that brings this case together. The interior has a fantastic layout, with cable management grommets aplenty, a thermally-isolated PSU and lower drive bay, capability for radiators on the top vent and the lower drive bay, lock-equipped front hot-swap drive bays, an all-black paint scheme, and the capability for up to 13 hard drives.
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