Unveiled early this year, the Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5 has made its way to local retailers. This mid-tower casing is the latest addition to the company’s MasterCase series, the first of which was the MasterCase 5. At the heart of this series is the FreeForm modularity system, and its unique selling proposition was the freedom accorded for the owner to upgrade and modify his existing chassis with optional accessories to improve form and/or functionality. It's quite unlike the token set of minor options that you get with most other cases. Best of all, these accessories are readily available from local retailers, so you wouldn't have to purchase them from overseas online retailers.
Cooler Master has decidedly built on its winning formula with the new MasterCase Maker 5. Like its earlier predecessor, the MasterCase 5, the newer chassis still only comes in black; however, there are new design features, as well as new accessories that set the MasterCase Maker 5 apart. Early adopters of the original MasterCase 5 series will be glad to know that the new accessories, or more accurately, the ones, which we reviewed in this article, are compatible with the earlier chassis. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the MasterCase Maker 5.
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