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Benchmark System And Conditions

Cooler Master Cosmos SE Case Review
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In light of the Cosmos SE’s price category, we chose a high-end gaming system for our benchmarks, based on Intel's LGA 1150 processor interface. We had to remove one of the drive bays from Cooler Master's case to fit our reference HIS Radeon HD 7970. Since this chassis doesn't include a fan controller, we decided to test it using factory settings. Moreover, our Thermalright True Spirit 140(BW) CPU cooler should be in line with the 1200 RPM stock case fans when it comes to noise.

Benchmark System Cooler Master Cosmos SE 
ProcessorIntel Core i5-4670K (Haswell)
Processor Cooler
Thermalright True Spirit 140 BW
MotherboardASRock Z87 Pro4
Memory1 x 4 GB G.Skill DDR3-1333 F3-1333C9S-4GNS
Graphics Card
HIS Radeon HD 7970 (Reference Design)
Hard Drive
Samsung HD322GJ (System Drive)
Power Supply
1000 W Cooler Master V1000
Operating System
Windows 7 Home Premium

We put the system under load using a combination of Prime95 (Small FFTs) and MSI Kombustor (Fractal Flame), then recorded the temperatures after 60 minutes.

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