NitroGlycer Cosmos SE NitroGlycer is proudly sponsored by: Welcome to my 3rd project This is my 3rd project, and the case that will be modified is, the stunning Cosmos SE from Cooler Master. This project won't be alike to the others, it won't be super filled with colors and super overrated. This time it's going to be more simple, slick and gentle. What is the pannel colors then? Black, Grey and White is the planned colors. This case have maybe not seen 1.000 of mods but there is quite some fine ones and as well some really spectacular Cosmos II out there. So I hope that I can lit up your fire of attension and hope that you will follow the progress of this long term project. The timeline is as following. Will be finished at the event of CoolerMaster CaseMod World Series 30 April To start it all up I've gotten the case to start measuring and tinker with the case. here is some photos of the great case that Cooler Master have sponsored The Cosmos SE! Plan for the hardware GPU - Unknown MOBO - MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition PSU - Enermax Platimaxx 650W SSDs - Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB X2 RAM - HyperX Fury DDR3 1600MHz 8GB Black/White CPU - Intel Core i7-4790K CPU Cooler - Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 3 Sponsor Items HyperX RAM be quiet! CPU Cooler Prepping for measurement Just got the motherboard from the post office and it looks so nice, super simple and beautiful. Fits the theme of black and grey perfectly. Yet missing 2 RAM blocks but they should be painted and finished within the next few days and will be added! I ran out of white paint! so I ran out of white paint, which was unlucky i'll have to go buy some more tomorrow, so no RAM or handle painting today well I decided to take the front panel and remove the first obstacle towards the new front panel Had to remove the bridge in the middle of the panel, and to do that I had some help from the best friend a modder can have, the dremel! And here's the result! "Optimus" Prime and Paint! So as said before I'm going to paint a few parts and here is some of the progress results! For starters I started out with priming the parts, which made them plain mat white, and then I applied some more delicate white to them. NOTE: Never again going to try and paint RAM, it did not end as I wanted it, so going to buy white RAM instead! First Coat. (Bars "Feet" and "Handles") After Primed and now applying white! (for more WHITE effect! HAHAA) So what do you guys think so far? personally am really excited!