Cooler Master shows some modified Cosmos cases

Modding is always at the heart of the Cooler Master booth – and this year is no exception. With its CSX department producing some very high quality, unique work including one that looks like a London bus and one with an Nvidia design, this is not the only thing on display on the stand.

Two British modders also showed Cosmos hardware. Firstly, Paul Edwards showed off a Mercedes SLR inspired mod with the logo style and side exhausts as part of it. In addition, there was a white LED fan at the bottom behind the door and an LCD screen in the area of ​​the drive bay.

Second, Tom Portsmouth had made a mixed blue and chrome “Snail Meds” case with heavily funky internal water cooling that used acrylic and UV lighting to route lots of small tubes for graphics card cooling, in addition to some large tubes for that CPU and other parts. In addition, Gert Hengeveld from the Netherlands had created a yellow and blue cosmos for StarCraft II.

Our own Wolvie should also be there – obviously no mini-modding exhibition is ever complete without a bit-tech case.

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