Cooler Master MasterCase H500P surfaces on Newegg

New HAF cases

At Computex 2017 Cooler Master celebrated their 25th anniversary by revealing two redesigned cases: the Cosmos and the HAF. Although there aren't details about the upcoming Cosmos, Newegg has now listed the MasterCase H500P. The case is based on the same design and layout the old HAF cases were known for but it now features RGB functionality, a cleaner layout and extended water cooling support.

Just like the old HAF series cases, the new HAF H500P is designed for high airflow. This case comes with two 200mm intake fans and supports a large range of fans and water cooling gear. The main chassis is made from steel and ABS plastic while the left side panel features tempered glass. Furthermore the top and the front faceplate share a simple design.

On the inside there is space for E-ATX and ATX motherboards. Cooling wise there is space for up to two 360mm radiators, where one can be placed in the front and the other goes into the top. There is enough space for high-end air coolers as well, allowing the installation of models that measure up to 190mm in height. The internal layout is overall simple and straightforward. You can install up to three HDDs or two SSDs. Since this case belongs to the MasterCase series, it should be compatible with several of the MasterCase accessories.

According to a Reddit user, the MasterCase H500P should become available in November with a price tag of $150 US.
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Source: Techreport

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Paul Görnhardt - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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