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Cooler Master unveils the MasterBox 5 mid-tower case

MasterBox 5

Cooler Master today launched its latest mid-tower case aimed at gamers as well as casual users, the MasterBox 5.

The case features a flexible interior design that allows users to easily install or expand multiple configurations. To ensure a clean look inside, the case comes with numerous routing holes and covers for the PSU as well as drive bay. The modular pieces allow users to easily remove, slide or even rearrange the interior. They also support larger high-end components such as air, all-in-one or DIY watercooling solutions.

The MasterBox 5 can accommodate even up to E-ATX sized motherboards, extra-long dual-slot graphics cards up to 410mm in length, and radiators up to 360mm. As for cooling, the case supports up to four 120mm fans or a 360mm radiator in front. Fans can be installed quite easily, without having to first remove the front bezel. You also get large expansion cutouts for graphics cards installation, dust filters, six routing holes, and a patented Stormguard that helps protect your peripherals with a security-designed PCI slot cover.

The case will be available in Europe by the end of this month in Black and Dual Tone (Black and White) colors for 69.99 €.

Via: TechPowerUp

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