Cooler Master took the stage at Gamescon yesterday to unveil the successor to the Cosmos S, the Cosmos SE. The mid-tower case features a better cooling system and comes in black.
The Cosmos SE is a mid-tower chassis that features HDD bays at the front. The focus was on modularity, and as such these bays can be removable, and users can then install a 360 mm radiator in the enclosure. Additionally, a 240 mm radiator can be installed at top of the chassis. The chassis features handles at the top and bottom that are constructed out of aluminium.
Cable management is also easier on the Cosmos Se thanks to the increased width of the chassis. The case features dual USB 3.0, dual USB 2.0 and HD Audio ports at the front, and motherboards of Micro-ATX, ATX and Mini-ITX form factors can fit in comfortably well. Details as to how much the case will cost aren’t available yet, although Cooler Master has mentioned that the Cosmos SE will be released sometime in the next few weeks.
Cooler Master is set to unveil a new mechanical keyboard and other gaming-oriented peripherals throughout the event.
In addition, the manufacturer is teasing a new chassis, the HAF Stacker, which it says will announce at PAX Prime on August 30th.