Cooler Master presents MasterCase Maker 7 case

Cooler Master presents MasterCase Maker 7 case

Shortly after Cooler Master unveiled its first MasterCase computer cases the company has announced one more model called MasterCase Maker 7. The main feature of the new case is that it is simply humongous in size.

Unfortunately we do not have the exact dimensions of the MasterCase Maker 7 but the capabilities of the case speak enough of its size – the MasterCase Maker 7 supports all kinds of motherboards – HPTX, XL-ATX, E-ATX, SSI-EEB, ATX and of course the smaller micro-ATX and mini-ITX boards. In addition there’s so much space inside the MasterCase Maker 7 that users can install up to three liquid cooling solutions with radiators that measure 480 x 120 mm or 420 x 140 mm, up to fifteen 3.5-inch hard drives and many other components. Moreover the MasterCase Maker 7 comes with an acrylic window and a special compartment for the power supply unit and the installed hard drives that even have dedicated cooling.

There’s no word on when the MasterCase Maker 7 will be in stores and how much it will cost but given the dimensions the case comes with, its price will not be low.

(picture courtesy of Techpowerup)

Source: Techpowerup.com

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