Cooler Master has recently launched their FreeForm™ Modular System with their MasterCase line up of cases. Constant innovation of their fully modular system has brought us some amazing cases such as the MasterCase Maker 5 and 5T. Well, Cooler Master has just released their next mid-tower chassis in the MasterCase line-up, The MasterCase Pro 6. With their including their FreeForm™ Modular System and many of the same features that made the MasterCase line-up so popular, the MasterCase Pro 6 is set to be yet another amazing case. However, it has some big shoes to fill.
Cooler Master's MasterCase series seems to be growing quite rapidly. The MasterCase Pro 6 is Cooler Master's attempt at creating a high-end case that doesn't also come with a traditional gamer look. The smooth outer panels do make for a rather refined and toned down aesthetic, although there's still a large window and red LEDs on the rear fan and in the bottom-front corner (a blue LED version is also available), so whether or not it's truly a grown up chassis or suitable for office use is for you to decide.
- Motherboard support ATX, micro-ATX, mini-ITX
- Available color dark metallic grey exterior with black interior
- Liquid cooler support 240mm/280mm
- Graphics card 412mm/16.22-inch (without 3.5-inch HDD cage) 296mm/11.7-inch (with 3.5-inch HDD cage)
- Power supply bottom mount, ATX
Clean and Elegant:
With an elegant outlook, this modular case is for the ones valuing simplicity. It comes with our FreeFormTM Modular System Technology allowing user to adjust, customize and upgrade your pc case. With smooth, flush panels and a large side window, this case will complement softer and more refined home, gaming and office setups.
Discreet Air Vents:
Thin vents on four corners of the case provide ventilation. Pop the top and front panels up slightly for even more cooling options. With a convenient magnetic system, feel free to increase the airflow or simply remove your panels for easy access to your fans.
Removable Rear Panel:
Get a cleaner look by hiding your messy cables into the removable rear panel.
here is already an ever-growing range of accessories available with the MasterCase Series. There’s more to come in the following months as we come even closer to a future-proof, ultra modular design that you can swap and upgrade through the years without having to buy a new case every time tech jumps forward.
The chassis is very solid, but we were still hoping for a little more from it in terms of build quality. It still uses plastic on the roof and front panel, for example, whereas aluminium (or at least an outer aluminium coating) would have been nicer to see given the price tag. The chassis stands on thick rubber feet, and a full-size carry bag is supplied for transportation, as the smooth panels mean Cooler Master has had to forgo any form of a handle.
Even the I/O panel is hidden in order to maintain the smooth panels. A small tab at the front of the roof lifts out the way whenever you want to use the buttons or ports here, and there are no extra features beyond the usual USB and audio connectivity.
I like the MasterCase Pro 6 model with its stealthy feel and finish, personally I feel it is spot on. And again let me be the one to first state that you can't argue taste as it is the most subjective thing on this globe. That does not make the job of reviewer any easier. Some will dislike it, and others will love this chassis for its looks. Each and every little aspect of the chassis has been thought through really well. The design of the chassis has been made to make your life a little easier while combining the best features an enthusiast crowd seeks in a chassis.
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