Today marks the reveal of the Cooler Master Cosmos C700M, the tower with which Cooler Master aims to push the limits of case technology.

To do this the C700M has a plethora of features to aid you in building your perfect rig. First and foremost is the frame design which supports three layouts: conventional, inverted and chimney. It also allows for a fully customisable layout should you choose to go for that.

The modular nature also means that the motherboard tray is removable, allowing for installs outside of the chassis, helping with the ease of setting everything up. For positioning, however, the case allows you to mount your graphics card horizontally or vertically on either the PSU midplate or the M Port. The bracket can also be rotated 90 degrees, with the case also including a 400mm riser cable to allow the connection of a vertical GPU to your motherboard.

Visually, the C700M is downright fantastic. Two addressable LED strips run parallel from the top panel to the bottom, with a further two ambient ARGB LEDs on the bottom, adding a stunning underglow, reflecting perfectly off of the aluminium bars.

Cooler Master Cosmos C700M 02 Underglow

The case itself features cast aluminium handles and feet, with brushed aluminium at the top and front of the case. The left-hand side features a curved tempered glass panel to show off your build, with the right side being a steel panel.

Internally, the C700M allows for extensive customisation and cable covering with three included covers which can be mounted on the M Port or mid-plate, also allowing for the ability to mount SSD’s or a reservoir. Also included are two 420mm radiator brackets that can be mounted to the top, front or bottom sections of the case frame. These brackets can also be used to mount fans.

Naturally, the C700M isn’t a small case, measuring 650(L) x 306(W) x 651(H)mm but this space also allows for a lot of room internally. The clearance for your graphics card is 490mm (without 3.5″ HDD BRK), 320mm (with 3.5″ HDD BRK), with a 198mm clearance for your CPU cooler.

It is also said to provide ‘rich connectivity’ through an advanced I/O panel at the top-front of the case, featuring a USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type-C port, four USB 3 ports and a 4-pole headset jack (audio & mic). Here you’ll also find the PWM fan speed button and an addressable RGB control button. There’s also a power button too.

For now, the Cooler Master Cosmos C700M is exclusive to preorder from PC Specialist, to be made available to other retail and online outlets in January 2019 and will come in at an MSRP of £414.99, inc VAT.