A good cabinet is one of the most essential needs for a new rig, since good cabinets or cases are ones that have a decent size to allow bigger graphics cards to fitted into the motherboard, and have enough space to allow a decent arrangement of the wires inside the rig. Also, optimized airflow designs mean that the components never heat up due to the passage of air, which absorb the heat, and also prevents the formation of dust by removing it. And when it comes to decent, high-end cases, Cooler Master is always in the game, which is seen in the Masterbox MB500, a classical piece of ‘architecture’ worth possessing.
There are four RGB fans in the case, three at the front and one at the back, which can be customized according to your needs.
The Masterbox MB500 itself is a thing to boast about, but if the bragging rights aren’t enough, show off the rest of your build through the 4mm thick edge to edge tempered glass side panel.
Thermal performance is one of the most important factors determining whether a case can be bought,or not. Optimized air flow in the MB500 allows air to flow through the semi-meshed front panel and ventilation holes on top of the case.
The MB500 supports upto three 120mm radiators or two 140mm fans or even a 360mm radiator, with a maximum thickness of 50mm without fans. The rear supports a 120mm radiator, and the top up two 120mm fans. It comes with two pre-installed 120mm RGB fan in the rear. All to ensure you don’t have to compromise on performance.
A question gamers often ask themselves while buying a case – “Will that big graphics card fit inside the cabinet?” With the MB500,that isn’t going to be an issue any more. The MB500 supports CPU coolers upto a length of 160mm, graphics cards upto a length of 400mm, and power supplies upto a length of 180mm.
The spacious interior is made to fit all sorts of motherboards – ATX, micro-ATX, or mini-ATX. An included PSU cover and a sleek black coating allows for simple gaming configurations.
The MB500 case is going to be a market killer, and a brilliant move by Cooler Master at holding its own in today’s hyper-competitive market comprising of a multitude of brands.