The Cooler Master MasterCase H500P was built to help you show off your rig
Cooler Master has announced the local availability of the MasterCase H500P, a more modern reimagining of the company’s signature High AirFlow cases.
We first saw the MasterCase H500P back at Computex this year, where one of the most striking features was its support for a vertically mounted graphics card. You won’t need any additional brackets, and there are two vertical PCIe slots at the rear to help facilitate this.
This obviously allows you to show off all the RGB lights that cards these days come with, and there’s a tempered glass side panel to complement this. However, it’s tinted a light gray, which may or may not be to your preference.
In addition, the case features a customizable PSU shroud, a removable cable cover panel, and extra covers for the CPU cutout to keep things looking tidy through the side panel.
And like the HAF series of cases, cooling was a priority here as well, with two large 200mm front fans with RGB lighting. The lighting can be controlled through compatible motherboards or an additional RGB controller.
There’s also space for two further 200mm fans at the top, or even a 360mm radiator for liquid cooling solutions.
The MasterCase H500P is available to buy now at S$229.