The MasterCase H500P however is a mid-tower while the 932, for example, was a full tower. The MasterCase H500P is a proper blend of a nice design fitted with fairly silent cooling whilst offering massive airflow and then all the little extras like decent cable management, removable drive trays for your HDDs and, the new trend for Cooler Master, shielding, lots of it to cover up all the stuff you do not want exposed. You'll spot a PSU shroud, CPU cut-out cover, and additional cable covers for clean cable management. Also a funky feature, two additional PCI slots at the rear enable you to show off one graphics card in the vertical position. Cooler Master went for improved looks with tinted tempered glass, while on the inside shielding and covering up everything you do not want to see. The chassis can house Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX and/or E-ATX motherboards.
The MasterCase H500P will blow you away with its looks and performance! Two impressive 200mm RGB fans in the front and two optional 200mm fans on the top will provide all the airflow you need. Armed with a tinted tempered glass side panel and transparent top and front panels, your RGB fans will shine bright and true. The rugged, futuristic look and the structured bar design are inspired by the former High AirFlow series. With options such as built-in vertical graphics card mounting, a customizable PSU shroud, and various cable covers you can really personalize your build, all the while keeping it clean and neat. Radiators up to 360mm are fully supported both in the top and front, so build a system that looks clean and cool, with performance that is even cooler.
- Great design
- Lots of handy features
- Cable management plate
- The RGB fans deliver outstanding air flow
- Plastic top and front panels
- No integrated case controller
As you read this, the MasterCase H500P is publicly launching to the world. Being part of the MasterCase series, we come to expect an angled front bezel, an open interior, a PSU cover, hidden bays, modular parts, and the potential for additional gear to arrive in the Cooler Master Store shortly after its release. What we have includes all of this, yet can take things even further in a few aspects, with us about to look at what we consider to be the best-looking chassis to leave Cooler Master under the MasterCase name. If what we have mentioned has piqued your interest, please continue, as we are sure this chassis will not disappoint. In our opinion, the MasterCase H500P is the best of the line and is something many will end up using.
- Dimensions (mm): 544 x 242 x 542
- Weight: 11.3 Kg
- Front Panel: 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, Audio In & Out
- Material: Plastic, Steel, Tempered Glass
- Maximum graphics card length: 412mm
- Fan Support: Rear – 140mm, 120mm; Front – 360mm, 280mm, 240mm, 140mm, 120mm; Top – 360mm, 280mm, 240mm, 140mm, 120mm;
At its heart, this PC case is, fortunately, one of the most user-friendly models on the market. It comes with a wide array of features that are very easy to operate with – you can, for example, move both the front and the top panel, as well as to remove the handy power supply shroud. Some of these features are new, and some are old, but all of them make using the MasterCase H500P very satisfying. Our favorite thing here is definitely the cable management plate, as it can make the overall build look as clean as it gets.
SHOW OFF YOUR GRAPHICS CARD
Two additional PCI slots at the rear enable you to show off one graphics card in the vertical position.
Internally, this chassis can house a Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, and even some E-ATX motherboards. Out of the box, there are no 5.25" bays, but there are plans to offer them as optional equipment later. There is a dual position HDD cage inside of the chassis, and this will house either a pair of 3.5" or 2.5" drives. Beyond that, there are also two 2.5" drive trays which are set atop the PSU cover. At the back of the chassis, there are the standard seven expansion slots we are used to seeing, but there are also two vertically aligned slots as well. To use these slots, Cooler Master recommends purchasing the GPU support tray, as well as a PCI-e extension cable to allow the card to connect to the motherboard.
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