Cooler Master unleashes the MasterBox 5 PC case

Cooler Master unleashes the MasterBox 5 PC case

Cooler Master has launched the MasterBox 5 PC case, which was unveiled at Computex 2016. The case measures 500 x 220 x 475 mm and weighs 7.64 kilograms.

The MasterBox 5 is large enough to accommodate E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards. You can place them in seven different spots if you need. The case also supports up to three storage drives – one 2.5-inch and two 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch – but you can install additional trays for more storage drives. There’s space for two 5.25-inch drives too. Users can install video cards that are up to 285 mm long when a tray is installed and up to 410 mm long when a tray is missing. The CPU cooler must be up to 167 mm tall. The Cooler Master MasterBox 5 comes with a single 120 mm cooling fan but you can install three more if you wish. Liquid coolers are also supported and up front you can find audio jacks and USB 3.0 ports.

The new PC case sells for just EUR 69.

Source: Cooler Master

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