Cooler Master at Computex – New cabinets, coolers and more




Computex is an exhibition that focuses primarily on hardware components and is undoubtedly for this reason chosen by Cooler Master to show a whole range of new parts. The manufacturer gave us a space outside the exhibition a taste of the enclosures, fans, coolers, power supplies and keyboards that appear soon. Cooler Master will thus continue on the path that it is stamped with the Master Case and will allow users to make as much as possible themselves to adapt to the hardware.


Slightly less than a year ago, Cooler Master released the Master Case 5 on the market. Master Case 5 is characterized by its modular structure. The idea is that you buy the standard box and then additional HDD rails, side panels or other new top desired buys. The Master Case 5 is an ATX case and the same concept underpins the Master Case 3 and 7, your council can accommodate it, matx- and XL-ATX motherboards.

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Master Case 3 (left) and Master Case 7

Master Case 3 might seem nothing more than a small version of the Master Case 5, but Cooler Master has however made some tweaks. The plate between the lower portion of the cabinet where the power supply and is the part where the motherboard belongs, is included in the Master Case 5 is not removable, but in the third well. This may be useful if you have several video cards in your system and the lower air as much as possible wants to suck.

The Master Case 5 is provisionally not been replaced, but Cooler Master had already brought a mock-up of Master Case 5T, those of ordinary Master Case differs by the handle at the top. That handle is reminiscent of the Storm Stryker and the ultimate grip will come to resemble those of the previous model.

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The Master Case 5T (left) and the unnamed prototype

Among the cases that are actually in the sale, there was a nice prototype that the solution must be a silent PC, which still cools well. This is achieved by the front and top panel of the housing ‘pull-out’, so that the fans may draw in more fresh air, which may be useful during gaming. Are you finished, then blow out the closet again closed, so noise decreases.

Finally, Cooler Master introduced its housing for the less demanding user, who does not need the modularity offered by the Master Case. The Masterbox is a variant of the enclosure series which is slightly simpler in design than the Master Cases. The Master Boxes in the Lite versions, 5, 5T and 6, borrowing some design elements of the Master Cases, but are not as modular design as the more expensive variants. The Master Boxes are also meant for consumers who choose a more ready-made product and it logically less pay.

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