CoolerMaster MasterCase Maker 5 Review

Up Close: Exterior Continued

CoolerMaster MasterCase Maker5 Review

Up Close:  Exterior Continued

The rear of the maker 5 is a standard ATX affair, with a 140mm fan mounted into slots, sitting above a ventilation panel are 7 vented PCI slot covers.  Down at the bottom we find the PSU cut out with a mounting bracket that allows the PSU to be slid in from the rear.

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The case stands sturdily on two metal bars with added rubber dampening.  There's also a pull out dust filter under the PSU area.

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Before leaving the exterior let's take a look at the flip side of the standard window pattern to show you something that's not immediately obvious.  look closely and you'll see that it has a darker section towards the bottom which is intended to obscure the sub floor area from view.  Look even more closely and you'll see that it's actually removable.  Nice little detail CoolerMaster!

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Most Recent Comments

17-05-2016, 07:45:26

WYP
Loving this case. I wonder what it would look like in white......Quote

17-05-2016, 07:54:36

King of Old Old School
IMO this is the second best case on the market first being Fractal.

At least CoolerMaster is giving people options like the Front Panel which is a good idea wish more companies do it.Quote

17-05-2016, 08:11:05

x blader
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Loving this case. I wonder what it would look like in white......
https://twitter.com/CoolerMaster/sta...57860613824512Quote

17-05-2016, 12:51:21

CreatiXx
do you get the 2 side panels when you buy the case or do you need the bigger one apart?Quote

18-05-2016, 01:32:14

Kushiro
If only the less were white.

Really like all the nice goodies included. The rad support is quite nice for the size of the case.

That extra 140 fan though Quote
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