|Brand Name||Cooler Master|
|Item model number||MCM-H500P-MGNN-S00|
|Item Weight||25 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.4 x 9.5 x 21.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||21.4 x 9.5 x 21.3 inches|
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Cooler Master MasterCase H500P ATX Mid-Tower Case with Two 200mm RGB Fans In The Front and Tempered Glass Side Panel Cases (MCM-H500P-MGNN-S00)
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- Two pre-installed 200mm RGB fans in the front and two optional 200mm fans in the top guarantees high Volume intake of fresh Air
- A PSU shroud, CPU cut out cover and additional cable covers for clean cable management
- Two additional PCI Slots at the rear for vertical Graphics card mounting
- Light grey tinted tempered glass side panel and plastic top/front covers for a clear view inside
- Support up to 360mm radiators in the top and front and supports up to 412mm GPU
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The MasterCase H500P is a Mid-Tower with two impressive 200mm RGB fans installed in the front and space for two optional 200mm fans in the top. A PSU shroud, CPU cut out cover and additional cable covers together with the built-in vertical graphics card mounting allow you to make a clean build. The case has a clear view inside through the light grey tinted tempered glass side panel and plastic top/front covers. The case support up to 360mm radiators on the top and front.
- Two 200mm Front RGB Fans
- Cable Management Covers
- Vertical Card Mount
- Tempered Glass Panel
- 360mm Radiator Support
- 412mm GPU/VGA Support
|MasterCase Pro 5||MasterCase H500P||MasterCase Maker 5t|
|Size||Mid Tower||Mid Tower||ATX Mid Tower|
|Motherboard||ATX, Micro-ATX||Micro-ATX, ATX, E-ATXXL-ATX, SSI CEB, SSI EEB||Micro-ATX, ATX|
|Dimensions||9.3 x 20.2 x 21.6 in||13.5 x 27.7 x 26.1 in||9.3 x 20.2 x 21.6 in|
|Radiator Support||Front: 280/240/140/120mm x 1 Rear: 140/120mm x 1 Top: 240/140/120mm x 1||Top: 240/280mm x 1, Front: 120/140/240/280/360mm, Rear: 120/140mm||Front: 280/240/140/120mm x 1, Rear: 140/120mm x 1, Top: 240/140/120mm x 1|
|Fans Included||Front: 140mm x 3 Rear: 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 1 Top: 140/120mm x 2||Front: 200mm RGB fan x 2, Rear: 140mm x 1||Front: 140mm x 3, Rear: 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 1, Top: 140/120mm x 2|
|Fans Support||Front: 140mm x 3 Rear: 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 1 Top: 140/120mm x 2||Top: 120/140mm fan x 2 Front: 120/140mm fan x3 Rear: 120/140mm fan x 1||Front: 140mm x 3, Rear: 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 1, Top: 140/120mm x 2|
|Side Panel||Window Side Panel||Tempered Glass||Dual Tempered Glass|
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The Master Case H500P is a Mid-Tower with two impressive 200mm RGB fans installed in the front and space for two optional 200mm fans in the top. A PSU shroud, CPU cut out cover and additional cable covers together with the built-in vertical graphics card mounting allow you to make a clean build. The case has a clear view inside through the light grey tinted tempered glass side panel and plastic top/front covers. The case support up to 360mm radiators on the top and front.
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*The modularity of the case is kind of cool, but I don't see that much to really do. I would say for now don't count modularity in whether or not you get this. This may change at some point but I would say get this case if you'd like it out of the box.
The construction is rock solid and even without components the case is hefty for a mid-tower. It comes with built in risers! By that I mean the case has "feet" which are trapezoidal stands on the front and rear which raise the rest of the case a few inches off the ground which helps a ton on carpets. I upgraded from a CM Storm Scout I, and it's modestly longer and taller than that.
The case comes with three fans, two intake, one exhaust. There's room for one more up front and two up top or a water cooling radiator. I opted for adding two fans up top. Plenty of 3.5" slots a couple 5.25" slots and simple instructions.
Something to note is that I spent 5 minutes rifling through the packaging after pulling everything out because I couldn't find the screws mentioned in the instructions. There's a small black box in the lower (PSU level) bays. That contains all of your screws! I felt really stupid when I found it, but there's no such instruction that it's even there! Maybe should have used a normal brown cardboard or a different color. It blends in too well if the lighting isn't that great. In that little box is also fan connectors and zip ties!
All in all I'm happy. It's a bit of cash but I'd say it's worth the price, and would probably be good for at least a couple generations of upgrades. Hopefully by the time we need upgraded connectors for the front panels, Cooler Master will make the modules for it.
+ Quite small
+ Well constructed
+ Lots of places for hard drives and SSDs. Up to five 2.5" I think?
+ Built in fans will work fine by themselves for most users
+ Thumb screws on the back for tool-less entry (a huge plus after coming from a case that didn't have them)
+ 3 USB ports on the front for easy access
+ Really easy to work in and maneuver inside (at least relative to SilverStone's ML08B-H)
+ Fits huge graphics cards. I use a MSI GTX 970 100ME, which is a fairly gigantic card. No problem here!
+ Comes with (probably) all the screws you could ever need
- Just ok cable management
- Some of the 2.5" drive spots sit flat against parts of the case, so some SATA power cables are extremely difficult and sometimes impossible to plug into those drives
Really happy with this case. Would definitely recommend to a friend.
1– Remove MoBo tray and then attach the SATA cables to the x-dock. (YOU WON'T add the MoBo tray back til later… just deal! I know, you just gotta get that beast of an X99 board you bought on the tray ... just hold on, it is worth the wait…)
2– Remove the rear left drive cage, install fans ‘down under’ if you want them there.
3– REMOVE the P/S cover. Cable up that modular P/S you bought, and pull the cables you will need through. There is ample space to the right o/t P/S and an anchor point for the Velcro/zip tie for the extra cables you wont need right away.
4– cable up the XDoc for sata power. Unfortunately, you will loose 2 o/t 3 connectors on a typical P/S. Perhaps use an extension maybe?
5 – route and secure the power cables for the 5.25” bay on the left. Likely won’t need it right away, but pull the power cable anyway.
6– route up the power for the back left drive cage, install your drives in the cage, then pull the power. At this point you will need to attach the SATA cables and be prepared to route them topside. Install the drive cage (you did put the back fans in, right???)
7– at this point you should have everything cabled and powered in the lower chamber. Ready for the mobo? Ready? Really? Nope, not yet – pull your power cables for the mobo (both) and the number of VGA cables you will have up the middle between the drive cages or on the right side. Unlikely they will fit on the left side. MUSH!!!!!
8 – install your nine (9) stand offs for that X99 board you bought and the 18 core Xeon you sprung for because you didn’t really need the rent money, add the memory, make sure all is snug in a bug as a rug (or something like that). BEFORE you drop in the tray… put that silver back panel card in, eh? Don’t want to forget that baby!!!!
9 – gently put the tray in, being careful not to dislodge your cabling efforts to date. Get the beverage of your choice, swig a bit, and hit the home stretch.
10 – cable up the fans, add in that pair of 1080’s, give ‘er a once over, and push that enormous black button on the left front outside …
11 - sit back and bask in the glow ... listen to the hum ... feel the breeze...
Pro’s – SUPER easy to get to the mainboard. That ROCKS. Super, super easy to get to that little annoying spot where you plug in the front panel connectors. “narrower” that any case I’ve ever owned, “front to back”, which means I can put these on a 18” wire shelf (like the kind you see in restaurants). P/S is ‘under mobo area’ for cable routing and such. FASTEST ASSEMBLY ever for me to put this together w/ all the parts, CPU cooler, routing cables, etc. SUPER easy to find anchor points to dress it out, as well.
Con’s – SUPER hard to get to the X Dock drive cage IF you have bolted the mainboard down. (easy to fix though!!!) P/S sticks out of the back. A Xeon 10 core w/ a Hyper D92 is much noisier than I expected. My other PC w/ a D92 is super quiet (then again … its not a Xeon 10 core… hmmm….) The rubber grommet screw things on the XDock drive cages snap out super easy.
This case has a ton of room it feels like a full ATX.
I put a matx AM4 board in this and there is room for another board...lol no really.
This case for 50$ is like stealing.
If you need a case and your on a budget.. trying to put more money in your components but want it to look awesome... this is your case...