Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

 
At Computex 2017 Cooler Master are celebrating their company’s 25th anniversary, revealing redesigned classics like the Cosmos and the HAF to deliver modern features while maintaining their iconic design features. 

 
With the C700P users will be greeted with a removable motherboard tray that can be removed and even be rotated to provide a very different internal layout. Users will also be able to install most of their hardware as if they were using an open air test bench, making the build process much simpler. 

This chassis also feature a cleaner external design aesthetic, with a smooth front side panel and two curved tempered glass windows. The C700P also has four USB 3.0 ports at the front of the chassis as well as a single USB 3.1 port and comes with an internal RGB controller to control the illumination of the chassis.  

 

 

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

 

Moving onto the H500P it is clear that this chassis is designed for high airflow scenarios, just like the original HAF series cases, with this new offering coming with dual 200mm RGB fans as intakes and support for a large range of fan and water cooling radiator configurations. 

This case will come with a two-part PSU cover and a tempered glass side panel, ensuring that the chassis always looks clean and tidy, with the chassis coming with room for up to two 200mm fans at the top of the chassis for maximum airflow. Water coolers will be glad to know that this case will support up to a 280mm or 360mm radiator at both the front and top of the case, giving users more than enough space for the most powerful of water cooled systems.  

Both of the fans that are pre-installed in this system offer RGB functionality, with support for 4-pin RGB inputs to allow them to be controlled externally using motherboard software tools like Mystic Light and ASUS Aura. 

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

  
  

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master’s new C700P and H500P cases on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

 
At Computex 2017 Cooler Master are celebrating their company’s 25th anniversary, revealing redesigned classics like the Cosmos and the HAF to deliver modern features while maintaining their iconic design features. 

 
With the C700P users will be greeted with a removable motherboard tray that can be removed and even be rotated to provide a very different internal layout. Users will also be able to install most of their hardware as if they were using an open air test bench, making the build process much simpler. 

This chassis also feature a cleaner external design aesthetic, with a smooth front side panel and two curved tempered glass windows. The C700P also has four USB 3.0 ports at the front of the chassis as well as a single USB 3.1 port and comes with an internal RGB controller to control the illumination of the chassis.  

 

 

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

 

Moving onto the H500P it is clear that this chassis is designed for high airflow scenarios, just like the original HAF series cases, with this new offering coming with dual 200mm RGB fans as intakes and support for a large range of fan and water cooling radiator configurations. 

This case will come with a two-part PSU cover and a tempered glass side panel, ensuring that the chassis always looks clean and tidy, with the chassis coming with room for up to two 200mm fans at the top of the chassis for maximum airflow. Water coolers will be glad to know that this case will support up to a 280mm or 360mm radiator at both the front and top of the case, giving users more than enough space for the most powerful of water cooled systems.  

Both of the fans that are pre-installed in this system offer RGB functionality, with support for 4-pin RGB inputs to allow them to be controlled externally using motherboard software tools like Mystic Light and ASUS Aura. 

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

Cooler Master announce their C700P and H500P cases

  
  

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master’s new C700P and H500P cases on the OC3D Forums.