Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review :: Case Interior

02-16-2009 · Category: Hardware - Cases

By Ben Sun

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review VGA Wind Tunnel

VGA Wind Tunnel

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Bottom fan

Bottom fan


The first feature that stands out on opening the case is the VGA Wind Tunnel that covers the area where the first graphics card would normally be located on a motherboard assuming it was a standard motherboard. In fact, the wind tunnel covers the entire PCI area, meaning if you have several video cards it will cool them. The wind tunnel is also where the number of the case is. The case I got to review was number 81 out of 500.


Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review HDD rack

HDD rack

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review 5.25

5.25" bays

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review HDD bay

HDD bay

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Side view HDD bay

Side view HDD bay


The case has room for six 3.5" drives with each drive having a separate bay to hold the drive into place. They are held in the rack by thumb screws. Each drive bay has a handle to pull it out and insert into the rack. Above the HDD rack is a 120mm fan. Next to the HDD rack is another 120mm fan. There should be plenty of airflow in the case for even the most demanding enthusiast.


Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Motherboard tray

Motherboard tray

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Top 120mm fans

Top 120mm fans

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review PSU area

PSU area

Cooler Master Black Label Limited Edition Cosmos Review Cable Management

Cable Management


The motherboard tray has a paper cutout with labels for the motherboard screw locations. Several cases have this feature, making it easy to install the motherboard into the case without needing to look it up. The motherboard tray is not removable, but there's plenty of room to install the motherboard without much hassle or fuss. The interior has plenty of room to install long video cards like the GeForce GTX280 or ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2.