At the backside you can see that the PSU is extended outside a little, this way you can fit large PSUs with a length of up-to 19 CM. Though sufficient we'd like to have seen a little more PSU space though as a lengthy PSU also needs to deal with the wiring at the backend...
The stands at the bottom have rubber inserts to prevent resonating noises. But with the chassis being so heavy (I mean 22kg without parts), the sheer weight would probably prevent resonating noises anyway.
And here, the backside of the motherboard tray (behind the motherboard). There is plenty of space for cable routing, the chassis has many routing points but they are all very large and located at every key location optimized for ATX and ATX-XL motherboards.
Here we prep a motherboard in the chassis. It's a mini-ATX motherboard but as you can see, the space is just enormous.
At the backside we see a huge mainboard tray cutout, that's for replacing fan brackets that need to be mounted at the backside of the motherboard. Easy access. That cutout is huge alright, yet does not make the mainboard tray any less sturdy. In fact the entire Cosmos II feels like a sturdy chunk of steel.
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