Alright, we dive straight into the photo-shoot. As always we start off with packaging. Here is the box, clearly denoting the CM Cosmos II chassis -- noted down as Ultra Tower. That's 22kg in front of you right there.
The chassis is packaged well and comes protected in Styrofoam and a plastic bag. There were no noticeable scratches, dents, fingerprints, dust, mud or graffiti spray on it whatsoever.
And once unpacked you get a sheer idea of what the chassis is all about. Huge, massive, silent, dark, lots of space, lots of features are the first things that come to mind when you look at that dark crafted tool for us PC gamers.
All areas that could scratch or smudge are protected with extra tape and plastic wraps by the way. Obviously the tape also holds the door right there in place.
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