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Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 mid-tower chassis unveiled

Cooler Master has added a new member to its modular MasterCase family of PC cases. The new MasterCase Pro 6 happens to be a more discrete cousin of the company’s award-winning Pro 5 case. Like the Pro 5, the new MasterCase Pro 6 is also a mid-tower case and comes with the FreeForm Modular System allowing for multiple exterior and interior layouts.

The MasterCase Pro 6 offers a flush look, which sets it apart from the rest of the MasterCase series. The top, front and back panels are seamlessly merged by smooth, flush panels in dark metallic grey. On the front, there is a soft LED glow from the bottom, adding a touch of bling to the otherwise simple design. The I/O panel is hidden by a cover, giving it a clean look.

The FreeForm Modular System provides users with plenty of options with what you want inside of your case. You can move or remove drive cages, mount SSDs in four different location, install large liquid cooling radiators and graphics cards, and keep your cables clean and hidden. For further customization, you have the option of buying Maker Made & FreeForm accessories that let you swap and upgrade through the years, instead of having to buy all new equipment every time technology moves forward.

In terms of clearance, the case supports CPU coolers up to 190mm in height, PSUs up to 200mm in length, and graphics cards up to 412mm in length (without 3.5” HDD cage). There are seven expansion slots, two 5.25” drive bays, five combo 3.5”/2.5” drive bays, and two SSD drive bays. The I/O panel includes two USB 3.0 ports and an audio in/out port.

Via: TechPowerUp


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