Cooler Master Cosmos II review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 01/02/2012 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
There are many rubber grommets for cable management everywhere, so cable routing ports have rubber inserts, again for that clean look. To your top left, the placement for three optical devices like DVD-ROM etc. at the front, you just slide them in and simply click them securely by pressing that button.
You'll find plenty of tool-less drive trays that will support 3.5 drives ready to be inserted into the chassis. Installation of the HDDs is really easy. You can place them into one of the eight 3.5" drive trays by slightly bending on each side to create additional room for the drive to fit into. Once on the tray the hard drive is locked in place with four pins that fit into the screw holes on the sides.
You can also mount SSDs on there, with screws though, Just align it with the four holes at the bottom.
Now as you can see, in the upper drive chamber we can house five HDDs, in the lower compartment you can house another six, check it out:
You open that latch just like a door, exposing the two 120mm fans rated at 200 RPM, 17 dBA. These cages by the way are removable as well should you need to place another reservoir or radiator.
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