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Cooler Master Launches MasterCase H500M Mid Tower Case

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Choosing a case for your computer can be an important step for building a new computer, as this is what will not only hold but present your build to others. Today Cooler Master has released its new MasterCase H500M midtower. This new case features both glass and mesh front panels you can swap between, depending on if you want the look glass gives you or the better cooling a mesh front offers. The two fans at the front of the case are both 200 mm fans with addressable RGB that can be controlled by the included controller. A 200 mm radiator is supported in the front panel but you can also fit a 360 mm radiator behind the two 200 mm fans if you wish. The top of the case also supports up to a 360 mm radiator, though with only a thickness clearance of 43 mm while the front panel can hold up to a 70 mm thick radiator. The IO panel offers four USB 3.0 Type-A ports and a single USB 3.1 (Gen 2) Type-C port along with the usual audio in and out ports, power button, and reset switch. The Addressable RGB Controller can be connected to the reset switch so you can control your system's lighting.

Looking around the case, its sides panels are glass and it has a glass top panel to show off your components, especially when using the glass front panel. Inside you will find a graphics card support arm, to help hold up the longer cards you can find out there. If you want to show off your graphics card, there are two vertical expansion slots for vertical card mounting. There are nine covers to hide cables, if you wish, along with cut outs to help you route your cables where they will not be seen.

The MasterCase H500M supports motherboards from a mini-ITX all the way up to an E-ATX (up to 12 in x 10.7 in). It can also hold a CPU cooler up to 190 mm tall, a graphics card up to 412 mm long, and a power supply up to 200 mm long at the bottom. The case is available for pre-sale today with an MSRP of $199.99.

Source: Cooler Master


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