Cooler Master MasterBox 5

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Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Review
The MasterBox 5's design and smartly placed tray cut-outs make light work of installing or expanding multiple interior configurations. Remove, slide and rearrange the internal layout to support larger, high-end components, air and DIY water cooling.
Motherboard tray cut-outs creatively rearrange space for any size motherboard
Tray cut-outs also allow for the easy mounting and rearranging of SSDs and HDDs across the motherboard tray, along the bottom shelf, or on the back side of the tray (for SSDs).
No pushing! There’s enough elbow room inside, even for beastly coolers.
Titans have a place inside too. Or your next VR-ready GeForce 1080.
The uniquely modular design of the MasterBox creates space where there usually isn't. The case supports
1.Three 120mm fans
2.Four fans with use of optional front bracket
The uniquely modular design of the MasterBox creates space to fit the biggest DIY cooling contraptions.
All system setups have hidden space for cable management
Challenge the confines of the MasterBox 5 by creating intuitive and flexible layouts for components and cables, large or small. Then comes the easy part: building.

Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Technical Specifications

Case Features
Form Factor ATX
Case colour Black
Build material Steel
5.25" drive bays 0 drive bays
3.5" drive bays 2 drive bays
2.5" drive bays 1 drive bays
IO Panel Yes
USB 3.0 Slots 2
USB 2.0 Slots 0
eSata -
In Out Audio Yes
Depth 500 mm
Width 220 mm
Height 475 mm
Measurements + Fans
Expansion slots 7
Front Fans 1 [120mm]
Top Fans
Rear Fans 1 [120mm]
Side Panel Fans
Hard Drive Fans
Bottom Fans
Max GPU Length 410mm
Max CPU Cooler size 167mm
Screwless Rails No
Case Fan dBA 26
Mobo Form Factors ATX
Avg. User Score

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00:36 Apr-27-2019

I am getting the masterbox lite 3.1 mini itx case