Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower Case ReviewMon, Jan 02, 2012 - 8:00 PM
Unboxing the Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower
This case came to us via Hong Kong and was wrapped tightly with many layers of cellophane and cardboard edge protectors but the shipping companies were still able to get a few good licks in on the side in route to us.
The front of the box has a nice dark angle shot of the case and a little marketing text to let you know this is the “Ultimate Design” supporting XL-ATX and 4-way SLI / Crossfire.
The right side of the box has another image of the case and the bar codes for part number, model number, etc.
Moving around back you can see the shipping damage. It isn’t obvious from this flush image but the back was knocked in by about 1 1/2″ and even pierced in the lower left corner of this shot. Shipping woes aside the back has detailed marketing images highlighting all the key features of the Cosmos II in multiple languages on the bottom.
Finally, the left side of the box provide copious information about the specifications of the Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower.
Lucky for us Cooler Master used thick foam and plastic wrap inside the box to protect the Cosmos II from damage as best as possible.
In addition to the foam and plastic bag they also covered the metal surfaces with tacky plastic to prevent scratches and smudges. They also taped down panels that moved to prevent shifting.