Tuesday, February 27th 2018

Cooler Master Announces MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis

Cooler Master, an award-winning computer hardware manufacturer, today announces the launch of the MasterCase H500P Mesh White. For a system being pushed to its limits, the Mesh White offers unrestricted airflow.

Behind the mesh sits two, pre-installed, 200 mm RGB fans that propel air into an all-white interior chassis. The space and capacity inside ensures that the case is easy to build in and cable management is as streamlined as possible. The combination of tempered glass and industrial lines gives the H500P a refined, functional appeal for your build to look as great as it performs. "The H500P represents what building a PC is to us and our community-it's fun, rewarding, and self-expressive." -- Matteo Stracciari, Case General Manager.
Upon closer inspection, the mesh on the front panel is not just steel mesh. There's a second layer, or screen, that is finer and purposed to filter dust. That tidbit of information is easy to miss if you're hypnotized by the spinning RGB fans. Below are some more features of the H500P Super Awesome Mesh White.

Two 200mm RGB fans behind Mesh front panel - Optimized airflow is guaranteed with a complete mesh front panel providing plenty of air intake for the two pre-installed 200mm RGB fans. Use the RGB lighting to create a captivating build in your preferred color theme.

Covers for Clean Building - A PSU shroud, CPU cut out cover, and additional cable covers take clean cable management to the next level. Assemble clean builds like a pro.

Show Off Your Graphics Card - Two additional PCI slots at the rear enable you to show off one graphics card in the vertical position. All of this is seen through a light grey tinted tempered glass side panel, ideal for showcasing your build with (RGB) lighting.

Liquid Cooling Ready - The MasterCase H500P Mesh White accommodates up to 360mm radiators on the top and front.

RGB controller and 1 to 3 Splitter Cable for RGB LED Fans - The included RGB controller can be connected to the reset switch to manage the lighting of the two 200mm RGB fans. Also, the RGB Connector Splitter and 4 pin male to male adapters are included.

Airflow is not just about cramming air into the case, it's also about efficiently directing the air to move through the system. The particular placement of vents on the top cover is key in channeling the flow of air to reduce system temps. Along with directing airflow, there's ample room for advanced builders looking to house complex components like custom liquid cooling. Whether builders decide to use air cooling, closed loop, or open loop system(s), the H500P's layout offers room for development.

The MasterCase H500P Mesh White is expected to be available from 1st March , 2018 for a suggested retail price of €159.99.
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16 Comments on Cooler Master Announces MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis

#1
Chaitanya
They took feedback in positive manner.
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#2
Liviu Cojocaru
Looking good, too bad I've replaced my case last year :( I would've loved to have this one.
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#3
dj-electric
This is IT. This is the best thing CM can create with this frame.
I will have this case as my main one quite possibly
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#4
bug
"dj-electric said:
This is IT.
I still think having the PSU on the bottom is not the best thing for a rig that sits on the floor.
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dj-electric
"bug said:
I still think having the PSU on the bottom is not the best thing for a rig that sits on the floor.
The lift is VERY respectable on this, just like CM knows how to do (like they did in the almighty CM690 series). I love it, i think its great, and i always put PCs on a mid-height desk so, this is right up my ally.

When i get this case, i'm gonna mod the mesh into light blue. Can't wait.
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#6
Bruno Vieira
"bug said:
I still think having the PSU on the bottom is not the best thing for a rig that sits on the floor.
The suggestion usually is.. don't put it on the floor
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#7
IceShroom
Now Cooler Master, make a mATX version of it.
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#8
bug
"dj-electric said:
The lift is VERY respectable on this, just like CM knows how to do (like they did in the almighty CM690 series).
Still, the dust is literally less than 1 inch away. And since not everybody has the desk space to spare...
I mean, this looks great and everything, it's just doesn't seem to be "IT".
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dj-electric
"bug said:
Still, the dust is literally less than 1 inch away. And since not everybody has the desk space to spare...
I mean, this looks great and everything, it's just doesn't seem to be "IT".
You sure it's <1"? From what i know, these are usually about 1.3" tall, which i would define as twice as much as what i would recommend as minimal height. It is one of the highest off-the-ground cases you can find these days. Add that to the soft feet inside the case which the PSU sits on.
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#10
Mysteoa
"bug said:
I still think having the PSU on the bottom is not the best thing for a rig that sits on the floor.
Can you just rotate the PSU to intake from the inside? I can do it on mine case.
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bug
"dj-electric said:
You sure it's <1"? From what i know, these are usually about 1.3" tall, which i would define as twice as much as what i would recommend as minimal height. It is one of the highest off-the-ground cases you can find these days. Add that to the soft feet inside the case which the PSU sits on.
I guess that wouldn't be a problem in more civilized countries. But over here dust accumulates in less than a week so you'd be cleaning the undeside of that case quite often.
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#12
jsfitz54
What are your views on the "CPU cut out cover"?

It looks good but does it decrease cooling on the back of the CPU?

How is it mounted, from the front MB tray side, it kinda looks like tiny springs holding it in place.
I just can't tell from the pictures.
If a spring fails and hops off it could cause a short.
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#13
ensabrenoir
...I kinda like it.....looks like an updated version of my old Antec 902...but yeah Antec how the mighty has miss stepped.
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#15
entity
Top cover is still lame acrylic, so it's only half updated. Soo disappointing!
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#16
atomicus
Yeah that acrylic top cover totally ruins this unfortunately... it's VERY obvious when looking at plastic vs glass side by side that glass is just so much superior in clarity, and over time there is no way that top panel isn't going to get micro scratches all over it. MAJOR fail. There's really no way they couldn't have made that glass, it's just a flat piece. I understand on the original they couldn't have done this so easily with the front angled section, but there is no excuse for not having glass up top. It would have added to the cost sure, but if they'd done that this would have been a must buy case for me... now I won't touch it. Anyone who's had a tempered glass case after experiencing acrylic will feel the same.
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