Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Cosmos II RC-1200-KKN1
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Received messed up in two ways
THOMAS B., Newegg
17 August 2015
Pros: -Lots of room with support for multiple radiators -Looks cool
Cons: -Case arrived with a small chunk of metal missing (hole) on the left side panel which blemishes the brushed aluminum beauty -Also when I opened the left side panel, noticed right away the 2nd push button from the top was installed upside down, which I don't think I can fix myself -Thought I could...
Summary: When you spend this kind of money on a case you should expect it to actually come with everything in the box. Instead the entire accessory pack was missing. This means all the mountings, screws and keys need to actually build my darn computer.
Pros: Seems like a nice case. To bad I can't build it because it didnt come with all the parts.
Cons: Missing the parts required to actually use it.
Summary: Its made of good build quality, But the layout sucks in my opinion The bays take up much mopre space than it needs to, making fitting GPUs a hassel. Which than I would have to waste time removing them, but than what is the point of them??The side panel has no support for FANS.
Cons: When I got the case there were somethings missing, Like panel with the two fans that are suppose to cool down the hard drives at the bottom of the case(it comes with two fans and they cool down the hard drives if any at the bottom of the case), also the case manual/instructions. I called newegg t...
Pros: This case has many nice feature that make building easy. The hot swap bays are very convenient when you are dealing with multiple computers.
Cons: BEWARE - my case was delivered with one of the hot swap bay guide springs lodged in the corner of the bay. As a result, the hard drive shorted on the spring and fried the circuit board. The tech service guys have been slow to respond and I'm still waiting on a resolution to the problem. I have us...
Summary: I bought this case and regret it now as it's not as good as it 1st looked.<br />
It's fine for a air cooled pc or a single waterloop.<br />
My previous case was the Xigmatek Elysium which could fit a 360x60mm rad in the roof, but this case can only just fit a 360x35mm rad in the...