Cooler Master H500P Mesh White

Quick Mods and future plans

Cooler Master H500P Mesh Overview

Quick Mods and future plans

As part of Tom's video production system, we can't just let the case sit unmodified. We wouldn't be OC3D if we didn't take at least one step away outside of the norm.   

For starters we took the tempered glass window from our original H500P review sample and transferred it to the new H500P White Mesh, giving us two tempered glass side panels, revealing the clean cable management options that are offered by the H500P. Replacement or secondary tempered glass windows are available to purchase from Cooler Master allowing this modification to be done without the need for a secondary doner case. 

In time there are plans to showcase something a little more special at this side of the chassis, perhaps by mounting a few SSDs or RGB LED strips behind the motherboard tray. We want to make this system as sexy as possible at all angles. 

Cooler Master H500P Mesh White Overview  

Those who are familiar with the H500P will know that Cooler Master offers two PCIe slots in this PC enclosure for a vertical GPU mount, requiring users to purchase a PCIe riser card to access the feature. We hope to install over the weekend, allowing out custom painted GTX 1080 Strix to be shown off in all of its glory. 

Cooler Master offers branded riser cables on their spare parts website, which will allow purchasers to utilise the case's mounting locations to secure the riser care in the perfect position. Spare parts are available from Cooler Master's space parts website here

Cooler Master H500P Mesh White Overview  

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02-03-2018, 12:21:21

Tolemac
https://i.imgur.com/p40ymK6.gif

I better read the post 1st lol

EDIT: Looks nice Tom it deserves to be on your desk Quote

02-03-2018, 12:50:03

RobM
Not surprised at all that it ended up on your desk mate it looks good.

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

02-03-2018, 13:11:12

Eddie long
looks very swish guv , can't wait to see if it stays and what it evolves into Quote

02-03-2018, 13:14:48

RickPlaysWarr
Tom,

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.

--Rick--Quote

02-03-2018, 13:15:54

scubasteve
https://i.imgur.com/DdNewYd.gif</a> Excellent-eh !! that looks great https://i.imgur.com/Z8qr1y0.gif

Personally i love cases with big as-s fans and loads of mesh in the front it dose it for meQuote
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