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Cooler Master unveils the MasterCase 3 Pro Micro-ATX case


Cooler Master today announced its latest Micro-ATX case, the MasterCase 3 Pro. The case is aimed at users looking at building a powerful Micro-ATX build.

Cooler Master found that most people using Micro-ATX motherboards wanted a smaller case much of the time, which is why they decided to make the new MasterCase 3 Pro case smaller than the MasterCase 5 series. Like the rest of the Cooler Master MasterCase series cases, this one too is modular thanks to the FreeFormTM system. This means users will be able to customize, adjust, and upgrade their case exactly the way they want. Another key highlight of the new case is that it has been designed to fit large components such as long PSUs, tall CPU coolers and long graphics cards, despite being a mini-tower. So if you want to build a powerful new gaming PC but aren’t too keen on an ATX-sized build, the Cooler Master MasterCase 3 Pro definitely deserves your attention.


The case can accommodate up to two full sized graphics cards, a 280mm liquid cooling radiator, five fans, and up to eight hard disk drives. The FreeForm Modular design of the case offers various adjustable, swappable, and removable parts such as panels, dust covers, and drive cages. In addition to these, the case comes with a removable partition panel, an additional removable cooling bracket in the front, and a sliding clip and click panel.


Cooler Master MasterCase series cases can be further customized with a number of accessories such as glass side panels, LED partitions, top and front dust covers, graphics card supports, and other peripherals. All of these accessories can be ordered online from the Cooler Master store.


Cooler Master MasterCase 3 Pro will be available in Europe starting today for a suggested retail price of 99.99 Euros. No details regarding pricing or availability in markets outside Europe yet, but we do expect it to become available in other major markets around the world in the coming months.


Via: TechPowerUp


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