A steel and aluminum hybrid enclosure, the Cosmos 1000 Chassis is positioned to be the successor of the classic Stacker series. Coolermaster dropped us a one of these cases a while back, and it’s time for us to get our screwdrivers, tear it apart and give you guys a piece of our mind.

Coolermaster has positioned the Cosmos 1000 to be the successor of the original CM Stacker enclosure. This casing boosts some pretty unique features for a case this size, with added emphasis on noise dampening and insulation. A Steel and aluminum hybrid, the Cosmos 1000 weighs a hefty 18KG, and you can imagine how heavy it’ll be with all the components thrown in! In this review, we will be taking the Cosmos apart and give you a piece of our mind on this steel monster.

Specifications

Available Color Chassis Appearance: Silver, Bezel: Black
Dimension (W / H / D) (W) 266 x (H) 598 x (D)628 mm
Weight Net Weight : 16.9 kg ; Gross Weight : 18.9 kg
Material Chassis: Steel, Appearance: AL
Motherboards Extend ATX, ATX
5.25" Drive Bay 5 Exposed (without the use of exposed 3.5 inch drive bay)
3.5" Drive Bay 6 ( Hidden ) ; 1 Exposed (converted from one 5.25 inch drive bay)
I/O Panel USB 2.0 x 4, IEEE 1394 x 1, Audio x 1, SPK x 1, eSATA x 1
Cooling System Bottom fan ( intake ) :120x120x25 mm x 1, 1200 rpm, 17 dBA (included),
Top fan (exhaust) : 120x120x25 mm fan x 2, 1200 rpm, 17 dBA (included),
Rear fan (exhaust) : 120x120x25 mm x 1 (included),
HDD fan : 120x120x25 mm x 1 (optional),
VGA Wind
Expansion Slots 7
Power Supply PS2 / EPS 12V ( optional )
Other Exclusive Carrying Box

The accessories comes in a nice coolermaster aluminum box, with an assortment of cable ties and cable routes which will aid you in keeping your case tidy thus maximizing airflow.