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Cooler Master Announces New Cases at CES 2018

Category: Cases
Posted: 04:03PM
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In addition to the new coolers, power supplies, and peripherals, Cooler Master also announced a number of new cases at CES 2018. These include additions to its MasterCase and MasterBox series, as well as refreshes of its Trooper SE and Stryker SE cases.

The MasterCase H500M has two front panels, so the user can select between a mesh front with two 200 mm addressable RGB fans or a tempered glass front. The case also supports up to 360 mm radiators, has a windowed PSU cover, and cable covers. For front I/O it has four USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port, and two 3.5 mm audio jacks.

The MasterCase H500P Mesh White has two 200 mm RGB fans in its front panel, and two optional 200 mm fans can also be placed on the top. It supports 360 mm radiators, has a customizable PSU shroud, cable covers, and supports vertically mounting GPUs.

Rounding out the MasterCase cases is a remaster of the MC-series, which have a modular design. Now the cases come with an RGB partition plate, and you can purchase this plate separately, to replace the steel partition plate of other models. The I/O panel has also been upgraded to new specifications and all of the MC-series cases support brackets for a 360 mm front radiator.

Coming to the MasterBox series, the Q300P is a portable case that remains modular. Its four handles can be removed and as you can turn and rotate the case, the I/O panel has six different locations it can be put in. Despite its size, it also supports an ATX PSU. The Q300L is simpler, but does also have a special pattern on its magnetic dust filter.

The Trooper SE and Stryker SE refreshes have edge-to-edge light grey tinted tempered glass side panels and two PCI slots for vertically mounted GPUs. They can also hold up to four SSDs in a vertical position and using X-Dock have an accessible external 2.5 in hot swap bay. The front of the cases support up to a 360 mm radiator while the top can hold a 240 mm.

The MasterBox MB500 features a semi-meshed front panel with ventilzation holes on top to allow more air to be moved by the pre-installed two 120 mm RGB fans. It can hold up to a 360 mm radiator, 400 mm long GPU, 160 mm tall CPU cooler, and 180 mm PSU.

Finally the MasterBox TD500L has a 3D diamond-cut design to the front bezel and side panel, which will result in different lighting effects at different angles, but still gives a clear view of your system internals. The interior is completely black and the PSU cover and 19 mm of space behind the motherboard tray provides room for cable management. The case can also hold up to six 120 mm fans and GPUs up to 407 mm long.

Source: Press Release




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