CoolerMaster MasterCase Pro 6 Review
Published: 14th February 2017 | Source: CoolerMaster | Price: 139.99 |
Up Close: Interior
Although the exterior of the case might be all new, the interior of the case is essentially exactly the same as the MasterCase5, the MasterCase Pro5, the Maker5 and the Maker 5t. It is perhaps for this reason we're struggling with why CoolerMaster have called it the Pro 6, as to do so, to us, implies that it's bigger. After all, the Pro 3 is smaller so it would follow that the Pro 6 is bigger. Anyways, we're not going to give you chapter and verse on the interior, because you're likely bored with hearing about this interior as we are of describing it.
Like it's stable mates, the Pro 6 has a pair of 5.25" bays and a three bay 3.5" rack, which will also hold 2.5" drives
Down in the bottom there's a hole for you to stick radiators through, and nope two years on and CoolerMaster still haven't thought to release a cover panel for it, which is quite surprising being as we've reminded them about it constantly, and especially when you think the MasterCase and Pro lines are all billed as "mod-able" cases, with lots of accessories. How hard would it be for them to release an optional extra metal or even plastic panel that either clipped through or used magnets to attach itself to the upper side of the false floor. Oh well, maybe next time.
Two show of mounts and and seven PCI slots are the order of the day.
up in the roof there's an LED fan (either Red or Blue), and of course the water cooling bracket.