MicroATX Mini Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
- 258 mm / 10.157" With Drive Cages
- 370 mm / 14.567" Without Drive Cages
- 467 mm x 235 mm x 505 mm
- 18.386" x 9.252" x 19.882"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 55.421 L
- 1.957 ft³
- 26 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build The Fort Knight
I'd give this case more stars if I could - was a dream to work with!
I was a bit worried things would be tight with a MicroATX case in terms of cable managament, but there's plenty of room on the rear side with enough openings to thread cables through. Love the modular aspect of it as well, and it looks amazing!
If I could do my own PC again, I'd go for a micro build too and probably use this exact case.
- 22 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build My First Build - Darth's Oasis
Truthfully I wanted to go with a Meshify C. But given my budget and how that case was only going up in price I chose to go with this. My main focus with the case was great airflow, power supply shroud, and cable management. I didn't so much care about glass side panels or RGB built in. Had I waited a few weeks I most likely would have wanted the Meshify Mini C...
That being said, this thing delivered. Amazing airflow, great and easy cable management for a first time builder, a power supply shroud, and air filters. The included 2 140mm fans are doing well so far. They remain pretty quiet while in normal usage.
The only downside of this case is that it is pretty big for a Micro ATX case. Other than that it's perfect.
- 19 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build Cooler Master Mastercase Pro 3 (Finally!)
I had initially been very interested in ITX form-factor, with the 2 leading contenders the Corsair 380T & NZXT Mantra. However concerns about adequate air cooling & limited expandability eventually had me looking at mATX cases.
After being unimpressed with all the mATX options available I stumbled across the Cooler Master Mastercase Pro 3 & it was love at first sight.
Aesthetically its a good looking case*, it has loads of room to work (easily best building experience I'v had) & true to the "Make It Yours" Cooler Master philosophy I found it very enjoyable to configure it how I want. I have moved the SSD caddy behind the motherboard, and plan to remove the bottom floor soon. (System so new I haven't even removed plastic from the side panel yet.)
*Full disclosure, my last system was a Cooler Master ACTS 840, so I may be a little biased.
- 14 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build Newbe water cooler.
Its okay case. I do believe that there is better cases out there that offer more for the same price.
- 12 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build 1st Build RGB-eautiful!
Great looking case with a huge side window to view all the components. The case makes cable management a breeze. There isn't a true PSU shroud, but there is a cover that essentially make a "basement" with the tinted part of the acrylic panel. The tinted part of the acrylic panel can also be removed. Lots of fan space, one in the rear, two on top, two in the front. Can hold 120-140 mm fans.
The only con I have with this case is that it is pretty large for a micro ATX. Easy as big as a NZXT s340. As you can see in the photos, there is a lot of unused space.
- 10 points
- 24 months ago
from completed build Aurora
Great looking case with ample room for anything.
- 7 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build Live By The Lightsaber Die By The Lightsaber ( Or A Regular 1080p Build)
Great case. I recommend it if you can find it. The only problem is it is too big for a micro atx built.
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