The popular case of the popular manufacturer wants to provide the interesting benefits of the MasterCase 5 also for the mini-computers market
Last year we had the opportunity to get to know a completely new case of Cooler Master, which was backed by a new approach that put the modularity and the user's choice in the center - The MasterCase 5, And the MasterCase 5 Pro (which came with more modular subsystems).
Now, it seems that the manufacturer's people deserve it well and decided it's time to provide their refreshing modular capabilities even to those who are interested in smaller and more compact systems - With the MasterCase Pro 3, Which is adapted to boards in Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX configurations.
The MasterCase Pro 3 is similar in design To MasterCase 5, And like it gives almost no opportunity to offer flexibility to the consumer - the front, top and side cladding can be replaced and customized from several options available for the model, and also inside the body of the case there is a dock for 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives (up to six of them) Which can be set at the top, middle or bottom - or completely disassembled from the product.
The fresh chassis has room for up to six fans, three of which can be extremely massive with an 140 millimeter diameter and a thickness of 25 millimeters (which is also suitable for large radiators in arrays) Cooling Water), supporting power supplies up to 200 millimeters in bottom installation, space for up to two ultra large video cards up to 370 millimeters long and space per unit Cooling For processor up to 190 millimeters. In other words, this product is no doubt designed to support the most powerful and advanced mini-ITX systems.
The MasterCase Pro 3 is offered in black and at a recommended price of 100 USD, about 40 lower than the recommended price of Big Brother MasterCase 5 Pro. The new and smaller model has already won a number of very flattering reviews on the net, and is generally seen as a very successful continuation of the company's conceptual line, which gives a lot of choice for the price that remains sane and reasonable for a relatively large audience. Is there any more room to get better and get out of here? We'll see.