Wednesday, June 1st 2016

Gargantuan Master Case Maker 7 by Cooler Master Pictured

Cooler Master scaled its Master Case design both ways this Computex. It was shrunk down to micro-ATX proportions with the Master Case 3, and now you have this larger full-tower brute, the Master Case 7 Maker. This case has room for large motherboard form-factors such as HPTX, XL-ATX, EATX, SSI-EEB, besides more common ATX ones. You can cram up to three independent liquid cooling loops into this one, with room for three 480 mm x 120 mm (or 420 mm x 140 mm) radiators, over a dozen 3.5-inch drives, and much more. The side panel features a classy tempered glass panel covering the top (motherboard tray) compartment, with a grill covering the bottom (drives + PSU) compartment, that doubles up as vent for one of your three big radiators. It's just as modular as the Master Case Maker 5, and you can use any of its readily available accessories (except body panels) with this case.
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8 Comments on Gargantuan Master Case Maker 7 by Cooler Master Pictured

#2
Antykain
Not bad.. I look forward to seeing a proper review for this case and the rest of the "Master Case" lineup.
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#3
ZoneDymo
Love how straight that side looks, very clean
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#4
Caring1
So much Mastercasing. ;)
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#5
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Is that a door on the front or does it simply not have any external bays? No external bays is a bummer if that's the case.
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Get rid of the glass and yes, yes indeed.
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Joshua S.
I really like this case, but I have been waiting for an update to the cosmos, how long until Cooler Master Cosmos III?
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#8
ZeDestructor
FordGT90ConceptIs that a door on the front or does it simply not have any external bays? No external bays is a bummer if that's the case.
If it's like the 5, it'll be a mesh front with at least 3 5.25" bays behind the 5. Personally, I haven't used a 5.25" bay in years, although I have been considering getting an 8x2.5" in 2 5.25" hotswap thingmabob for my SSDs..

EDIT: I do like this more than the 900d.. looking forward to seeing pricing on it more than anything.
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