Cooler Master H500P Mesh White
Published: 2nd March 2018 | Source: Cooler Master | Price: |
To catch everybody up, we loved Cooler Master's H500P chassis, though that does not mean that the case was without its problems. With noted inspiration from the company's old HAF (High Air Flow) series of cases, the H500P left many reviewers puzzled, how can this be called a HAF inspired case when the two front 200MM fans are restricted by the case's front window?
While the front airflow was restricted, we never found the issue to be a dealbreaker, after all, every case has better airflow when we take the front off and let air flow uninterrupted. The most significant complaint that we had was that the H500P simply shouldn't have been called a "HAF inspired" chassis. What they should have done was name the case after the Cooler Master Storm Trooper, and that probably would have avoided these complaints.
In recent years, Cooler Master has been taking their criticisms to heart, which in the case of the H500P forces a redesign of the chassis, creating a new H500P Mesh variant, one where the front window of the enclosure is replaced by mesh, allowing the surface to be used for additional airflow.
Alongside this new Mesh variant, Cooler Master has created a new white version of the chassis, offering a new take on the design which looks cleaner and provides a lot of room for visually striking RGB elements.
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I removed all my air filters bar the bottom PSU one and tbh I am not cleaning my case any more then before and airflow is better without themQuote
Love the look of this case and it does have hints of the original Orca. If you did put the SSD's on the back panel it would even be more of a descendant of Orca. Super tidy. Have you thought about painting that fan cable that is peeking out at the front on the closeup? It would be pretty easy to plasti-cote it white. Also I would love a photo of the entire front fan side of the GPU to see how it looks with your paint job
Thanks again - truly a worthy rig for your desk.
Personally i love cases with big as-s fans and loads of mesh in the front it dose it for meQuote
I better read the post 1st lol
EDIT: Looks nice Tom it deserves to be on your desk Quote