|Brand Name||Cooler Master|
|Item model number||MCZ-005M-KWN00|
|Item Weight||27.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.3 x 20.8 x 21.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9.3 x 20.8 x 21.6 inches|
|Color||MasterCase Maker 5|
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MasterCase Maker 5 Mid-Tower Compuer Case with FreeForm Modular System, Upgraded I/O with 3.0 Type C, Magnetic LED Strip, Magnetic Paneling, Sound Supression, and Cooling Bracket
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- Upgraded I/O with USB 3.0 Type C, fan speed and LED control buttons
- Magnetic paneling for firm, rattle-free fit
- Dual chamber isolates power supply and cables for clean cable management
- Supports 6x 140mm fans
- Supports 3x dual-slot VGA
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The new wave of case technology pioneered by our MasterCase series crests with the unique FreeForm Modular System, which allows unparalleled flexibility to upgrade your case via the addition of top panels or doors, adjusting aesthetics, thermal performance and layout flexibility. The MasterCase Maker 5 advances beyond the concept of a standard build by offering the option to completely swap and readjust the case's form and functionality with multiple interior and exterior outlooks, ample space and customized accessories.
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I initially ordered this smaller tower for a build for my brother in law. He needed something that was smaller (due to a small desk), but could still handle some gaming, lots of processing for bulk raw photo editing, and handle a 4k display. The parts were easy enough to find and this case made it great to get all the parts in. My favorite features include:
Top facing power supply for better air flow
large fan on front of case
smaller fan on side for better processor cooling
lots of venting
easy access to most parts on case
big enough for a full size graphics card AND liquid cooling
small enough for portability
tons of options for mounting various drives in various positions
minimal design - all black
My only complaint is that you must plan your build well in advance as this case's structure requires placing certain parts in certain ordering (e.g. power supply very last). However, the manual that comes with the case is good for helping the planning.
All in all, I would definitely recommend this case for any mini-itx build, at any complexity.
Rails for Sliding HDDs and CD ROMs in & out
No USB 3.0 port (Has 2 USB 2.0 ports included), recommend buying Anker® Uspeed USB 3.0 3.5 inch Front Panel with 2 USB 3.0 Ports Hub [20 Pin Connector & 2ft Adapter Cable]
For the price point (~$50), this case is great! - overall solid construction throughout, reasonable aesthetic, and a solid (enough) feel with panels attached.
-Both panels are removable (which I guess is standard fare for towers) for modest cable management and ease of assembly.
-Fits a full sized GPU (I installed a GTX 760) and PSU (Corsair RM750 here, maybe a little overkill here but I stuck with it) as you might expect for a tower. Also fits a reasonably sized CPU cooler (I went with e CM T4 which is 160mm IIRC) with no trouble (just don't bother thinking about putting a fan on the side panel if that's the case).
-Options for drives - I installed a 2.5 SSD and 3.5 HD; there was one main bay for the 3.5, but there are wall slots to slot the 2.5 and keep a low profile. A plus is that the end somewhat lines up with the cable hole, so your SATA and power connection can fit quite tidily (AVOID a 90 degree SATA cable here though).
-Bottom and front filter. Not terribly tightly weaved, but does the job.
-Fan space is limiting. I bought a 120mm for the top vent and a second for the front for more flow. The front fan doesn't get in the way, but the top can be a bit tricky - it obfuscates the PWM fan connector on most motherboards, which, after realizing I needed to do some rerouting to support 4 fans, was a bit of a hassle.
-Cable Management is good, but could be nicer. There is no hole for the 8 pin on the upper left corner, and because of the previous con i had to shove the cable into the corner and get it out of the way. Space behind the panel is a tad shallow, so keep that in mind as you start bundling up cables.
-The case provides a rack to mount a couple drives on the bottom, but that's also where all my cables from my PSU jut out and compete for space; fortunately this is removable so I promptly took it out and was able to store the rest of my cabling there and leave room for airflow.
-The spacing gets tight between the motherboard and the PSU. For context, I bought the ASUS z87M (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CRJSYAA) and the Corsair RM750 (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EB7UITQ). You MUST install the motherboard first and THEN the PSU, I couldn't fit the motherboard in after. This is minor since the PSU takes no time to remove, but worth noting. The front I/O squeezes just in between the PSU and GPU, but fits.
-No toolless installation, which may be annoying for some, but I frankly didn't care.
-The front panel is all plastic, which given the price point is okay, but I guess for something like this I should've been willing to shell out more.
Despite my critiques, I'm overall very pleased with my purchase. I was surprised how "big" it was, as it was the same size as my older, consumer-level tower, but I'm okay with that. Nice options for airflow despite my gripes on the fit up top, and overall really easy to work with. I think in the future I'm gonna try an ITX SFF build (my hardware requirements are low enough for that)...