Cooler Master announces their MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis

RGB illumination on a white chassis

Cooler Master announces their MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis

Cooler Master announces their MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis

Cooler Master is now set to release their new White Mesh H500P series chassis, offering a clean white aesthetic with an improved airflow design to create a cooler running system with the same RGB illumination that existing H500P users love. 

The main design change between the H500P Mesh series and existing H500P cases is the replacement of the front acrylic panel with a dual-layer mesh, offering visibility for the case's two integrated 200mm RGB fans while also enabling superior airflow for the chassis. The new white aesthetic will also provide users with a more refined aesthetic, which will better blend in with any RGB illuminated setup.   

Just like the standard H500P, the left side panel is made of Tempered glass and ships with a tool-less mounting mechanism, with the right side panel being a standard metallic affair.   

Cooler Master announces their MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis  

Cooler Master's H500P is designed to suit almost any modern system configuration, offering support for up to EATX (up to 12"x10.7") motherboards and plenty of large water cooling radiators. 

At stock, this case supports up to two 3.5/2.5-inch drives as well as two additional 2.5-inch drives, which should be more than enough for most modern systems, though the chassis does support up to two optional 5.25-inch drives if needed (uses optional bracket)(not recommended).  

When it comes to water cooling support this chassis supports up to a  360mm radiator at the top of the enclosure and up to a 360mm radiator at the front of the case, though the front and top also support up to three 140mm fans (or dual 200mm fans).  

The left side panel on this chassis is made from tempered glass, with the right side panel being made from steel. The top of this chassis also comes with a tinted window section, through which is made of plastic. That being said the top and side windows do match each other, so this factor is almost unnoticeable unless you touch the two windows.  

One of the other draws of this chassis is that supports a vertical GPU mount in its stock configuration, without making any of your motherboard's other PCIe slots unusable, which is great for those that want to show off their GPU but also wants to use other add-in cards.

Those of you who want to know more about Cooler Master's H500P chassis design can read our review of Cooler Master's Original case design here. Cooler Master's H500P Mesh White is currently available for Pre-order at selected retailers, with  UK price of around £149.99. 

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Most Recent Comments

27-02-2018, 13:03:01

not a nice looker that oneQuote

27-02-2018, 14:39:24

That is a beauty. I like when manufacturers take critics and put them to good use.Quote

27-02-2018, 14:50:40

Hmmm, I'm not sure on this. I would say pure all out white would have looked better, the black parts just throw meQuote

27-02-2018, 17:05:57

Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Hmmm, I'm not sure on this. I would say pure all out white would have looked better, the black parts just throw me
I think black parts look better. Because with all white there is no contrast, and all stylish details would get lost.Quote

27-02-2018, 19:40:16

This look a lot like it's based off my Storm Stryker's design. Mine had a none RGB 200 mm fan in the top when I got it, and that sounded like an aeroplane so I replaced it.Quote

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