CoolerMaster MasterCase 5 and Pro 5 Review
Published: 18th August 2015 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: £89-£109 |
In The Nip Continued
The top panel unscrews with the mesh filter then simply falling away. What this leaves is a dirty great hole in the top. To be honest we can't help thinking that the MasterCase 5 in the trim level seen below looks very much like there's a bit missing from it. All will be revealed when we look at the upgrades that the Pro5 offers, but it would be nice if the standard trim didn't look like something fell off it somewhere along the line.
We mentioned earlier that the HDD rack can be relocated by means of CoolerMasters Clip and Click installation method. In simple terms it's a pair of thumb screws at the rear and a clip in bracket at the front. A nice touch though is the rubber dampners fitted to the tray to reduce vibration.
With both the 5.25" and 3.5" rack out the front of the case really opens up. Any thoughts of extra thick 360mm rads need to be curtailed though...Remember that 40mm clearance in the false floor at the bottom? Still, at least we can relocate the 2 bay 3.5" rack under the floor should we wish to get it out of the way.