CoolerMaster MasterCase Pro3 Review
Published: 9th November 2016 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: £89.99 |
Up Close: Tempered glass window and Accessories
Well we said that CoolerMaster had sent along the optional tempered glass side panel for us to have a look at, and here it is. As with the 5 series cases though, we are unable to find any UK retailers that stock the side panel, or for that matter any of the other accessories that can be used to upgrade and mod the case.
As it's sold separately as part of the accessories range associated with the MasterCase line, it does of course come packaged separately. As you might expect for a tempered glass panel, it's actually packaged very well indeed, with plenty of foam and padding to protect it in transit.
The panel attaches by hooking the lower border of it onto the lip at the base of the case and then locking it in place with the lock located in the centre of the cases upper margin. You might want to put a pair of gloves on before you handle it though as you don't want that wonderful vista spoiled with grubby finger prints.
Should you fail in your quest to mount the window without the addition of evidencial quality fingerprints, CoolerMaster very kindly supply a small polishing cloth, along with a pair of keys to lock up your shiny goodness. Put one of them in a safe place, because let's face it, you're bound to lose the other one at some point.
You do of course get a goody bag of accessories with the main case, these consist of a slack handful of cable ties, some fan extension cables, a bracket to enable the mounting of a fan controller in the 5.25" bay, and as you'd expect, all the screws a man could ever want.