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  1. I admire white or silver in a case as much as the next person, but preferably when the whole outer chassis is that way, as with the COSMOS II 25th Anniversary Edition. For the COSMOS C700P, therefore, I would like two modding components in particular to be made available: 1) Feet/carry handles in brushed black aluminium, and; 2) A "DarkMirror" front panel, with frosting at its sides and in the logo, to allow enthusiasts to show off any RGB fans. It would also be helpful for there to a rear panel for Chimney layouts with an integrated dust filter.
  2. I see lots of comments in the forum about challenges with the LEDs in the C700P case. I'm having issues as well. My rig includes a Ryzen-powered Asus Crosshair VI Hero motherboard and RAM modules with LEDs. Some of you may know that Asus is the mother/owner of the whole Aura lighting control tech and is supposed to work with multiple vendors. It seems it is not that easy though. When I connect the MB LED control header the the LED/Fan controller in the C700P I get less than desirable behavior. The case selector button on the case top for LED controls never cycles to the MB control option. Outside of that the other modes work fine and I get all the LED colors. So, the LEDs work (and so do the fans). Just not the MB mode. When I load Asus' Aura LED control software it is supposed to display the various LED systems that can be controlled. Instead of seeing the MB, RAM modules and the case all I get is the MB. I CAN control the motherboard with this software but nothing else. Argh! I know that this is likely an Asus problem to solve, it is about their MB and Aura software but I was wondering (hoping?) somebody here might have wrestled with this already and broke the code... please share? Has anyone actually controlled the C700P case with Aura yet? What did you have to do? Maybe even with a Asus Crosshair VI Hero? Is anyone able to select the MB mode with the LED selector on the top of the case? What does it do?
  3. Hi guys, I been searching around everywhere for the Rear Panel for my C700P case but I couldn't find them. The only place that sell them is Cooler Master Store from EU, but I live in USA, California. So when will Cooler Master USA have them in stock? thanks. Any help would be appreciated it.
  4. Additional Screws #6-32

    Has anyone found additional #6-32 flat head screws anywhere online? I could use some more. I am modding my case and the screws with the low profile heads seem to be rather custom.
  5. RGB confusion

    I have a C700p and teh fan/RGB controller that came with it, 3 Phanteks Halo, and 3 Cooler Master RGB Fans and an RGB Controller that came with. The former controller looks like it works off your MOBO 4 Pin LED, the later works off of USB and software. I will probably get an ASUS motherboard or Gigabyte. Will the CM software pick them all up, will the ASUS or GB software? I plan on running the 3 halos from the controller that came with the 700p and the 3 CMs fans with the controller that came with them.
  6. LED lights can not be turned off

    Hello my lighting can not be switched off. When I press the button for 3 seconds, the light turns red. The problem also occurs when I plug the cable from the RGB in to the RGB out. If I remove all three cables, only the upper part lights up in red. I'm desperate ......
  7. Achromodic - by Boddaker

    Hey guys, I present to you my next mod project: Achromodic! As the name implies, this mod will be totally devoid of color. I've always tried to do something new for each and every mod, and I recently realized I've never done a black and white theme. And with all the RGB craziness going on these days, I thought it would be fitting to go completely off the technicolor reservation for this project. Cooler Master was kind enough to send me their flagship case, the Cosmos C700P, along with an 850w PSU as well as their new AIO Liquid Maker 240 watercooling kit! CM has partnered with ASUS and ROG, and they've supplied the motherboard and GPU: Zadak511 also joined in, and sent me this awesome kit with RAM and an SSD: Here is a shot of the Liquid Maker 240 kit.. This has everything you need to put your CPU on water, and it's not hermetically sealed like an AIO would be, so you can add blocks or swap out components at your liesure! For the design, I wanted it to be sleek and elegant, as an exotic supercar would be, but with some organic touches thrown in. So the case will be a majestic white with black chrome accents, and then some random webbing will be incorporated into the panels here and there. Should look pretty cool when its done! Here's a concept rendering I pieced together in Photoshop.. One thing I wanted to do was have a see-through center on this case. The side panel is smoked tempered glass, and it's interchangeable with the other side, so I ordered a second glass panel so you'll be able to look through the case, even when the doors are closed. The motherboard and GPU will be supported by the organic webbing in the center of the case, and all four interior walls will be lighted panels. So in theory, the hardware should be easily visible through the smoked glass doors. We'll have to wait and see! Thank you Cooler Master, ASUS, ROG, and Zadak511 for allowing me to get creative once more, and hopefully end up with a beautiful showpiece. Work is already under way, so the first update will be posted shortly..
  8. C700P first custom loop

    Starting my C700P build.....here we go
  9. hello. i was just wondering if someone here who has the case know how thick radiators you can fit in the chassi? i want to go custom loop and im buying the chassi at the same time im buying my watercooling parts. the problem is that on the website it only lists how long the radiator can be i cant find anything about how thick or tall they can be. im want to put in a 360mm rad thats 130mm thick with push/pull config at the front and a 360mm rad thats 63mm thick with push config at the top. is this possible? theres no reason for me too buy rads that wont fit so hopefully somone here can enlighten me. the rads are ek coolstream xe 360 and the ek coolstream pe 360 and my fans are corsair hd120mm sorry if my English is terrible im not a native speaker. thank you
  10. Awesome case!...but

    I'd first like to say that this is an amazing case! I love the removable supply shroud and the look and feel of this case. My only concern is with the front panel cover lacking airflow and the front USB 3.0 ports. I have tried everything to get all four ports going from two different USB 3.0 connections. Can Cooler Master provide a solution to get both 4 USB ports connected? Can we also get an option to purchase a different front panel with more airflow?
  11. Vertical GPU Bracket

    Hi, Does the CoolerMaster Vertical GPU Bracket fit in the C700P without case modification? If not, has anyone done a vertical GPU mount in his or her build yet? Looking for ideas if the CM product doesn't work. Thanks!
  12. The backdoor to my c700p does not close at all. even if the case is empty the door just opens on its own. Super frustrating. I posted a video on twitter.
  13. c700p Front Panel

    Being that there is a big push for making the cases more modular and unique to the builder, I believe I have a suggestion. Some builders, especially watercoolers, will need sufficient airflow to keep temps down and fans silent. However, a closed front panel like on the c700p can be detrimental to airflow. However, I believe an accessory for a full mesh front panel, like the Fractal Design Meshify or Corsair 750D Airflow Edition for example, might help with this.
  14. Cosmos c700p led not working

    Is anybody else having problems get the case leds to work? I tried multiple sata cables into rgb controll hub and different psu's but i cant get them to turn on? Any clues what im doing wrong
  15. Custom Parts for CM Cosmos C700P

    Ahoi togehter! Maybe someone can answer me some questions about the new Cosmos C700P case (I know the release date is tomorrow, but I planning a mod, searching for informations): Will there be custom parts / accessories for the C700P? My suggest is to get another MotherboardTray-Backplate. I will built the case in inverse layout and would like to have the PSU at the button and a radiator within the top of the case. To do so I think I need another Backplate (to get more space at the top). Will some parts of the master case fit within the C700P? I thin about this one: http://www.cmstore.eu/case/cooler-master-mastercase-graphics-card-holder/ http://www.cmstore.eu/case/mastercase-horizontal-ssd-cage/
  16. Hello everyone, So i saw that the amazing h500p case will be released in the end of september and that the c700p will be released in mid august. i already have a pc and so i didnt think about it at first, but i talked to a friend and he brought up that a lot of people are trying to build a desktop before school, and not during the first month. So we asked 187 people, of which 98 are adults and the others are teenagers. Of those people, 12 had already built their own system and 35 were looling into building one. So of those 187 people, 143 told us that if they could, they'd buy the case before the beginning of school. The people looking into building the pc all agreed on building before school, while the people who had already built the system mostly would have bought in october anyway. So we got our initial result, but we thought about the c700p, which is a very interesting option, but most of the people we interviewed would've chosen another brand, as the additional cost and size wasn't what they were looking for. as a conclusion, this is probably not going to change any decision from Cooler Master, if it does get read, but the point of this was to look at the new cases and look at how the release date would affect their sales. The result is that of the people we interviewed, most of them would have changed case, while a small portion would have waited, and another small percentage would have taken the c700p. Again, this is probably not going to change anything, but it was very interesting to see how it ended. Thanks for readin'