The best case of Computex? Meet the Cooler Master NCORE 600 PRESTIGE

We’ve fallen in love with the Cooler Master NCORE 600 PRESTIGE

The Cooler Master booth was one of the last places we visited at Computex 2024, and there we found our favourite new PC case of the show. Presenting the Cooler Master NCORE 600 PRESTIGE. This is a HUGE PC case with a panoramic tempered glass window and tonne of space for large graphics cards and liquid cooling components.

In our eyes, this case is a successor to Cooler Master’s SL600M case. It also had a Chimney-Style airflow pattern, with the base of the case acting as its primary air intake with exhausts at the top of the enclosure. Out of the box, this case supports both standard and inverted PC layouts. Beyond that, this case can have its front glass panel replaced with a meshed panel. This option enabled higher levels of airflow for users who desire that.


The version of the NCORE 600 that Cooler Master had on show is a pre-production prototype. That means that some elements of this case may change before launch. Some pieces will be made with tighter tolerances. Additionally, this case’s gold elements may have their colour changed.

There is plenty of space behind this case’s motherboard tray, as this is where users will be mounting their power supply. This area should have plenty of space for HDDs, SSD, or whatever else users will want to hide. Like most modern PC cases, the NCORE 600 will support back-connect motherboards. This includes MSI Project Zero and ASUS BTF motherboards.

The NCORE 600 Prestige is the our best PC case of Computex 2024

Honestly, this is the best PC case that we have seen at Computex 2024. We love its use of tempered glass, and we love the return to the chimney style airflow pattern of the SL600M. We look forward to seeing more of this case in the future, and potentially using it for future system builds.

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Mark Campbell

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