Cooler Master Releases the MasterCase H500

Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 3, 2018 - 02:26 PM |
Tagged: cooler master, MasterCase H500, atx

Cooler Master have added a new case to the MasterCase family, the simple and clean H500.  They did not remove any major functionality, simply cut down on some of the extras that many do not want as well as reducing the price to $100.  

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The case ships with two front panels, one made of mesh and the other completely transparent so you can pick which will frame the pair of 200mm RGB fans installed on the front.  The top features a grill, magnetically attached and easy to remove which guards your cooling solution up top, either a pair of 120 or140mm coolers or a single 200mm fan.   If you prefer watercooling, the front can handle a radiator of up to 360mm, the top a 240mm rad and there is room on the back for a 120mm fan or AiO watercooler exhaust. 

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The case is 525x228x502mm (20.7x9x19.8") and is able to handle ATX, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboards, and a GPU of 16" in length.  Of course, it does come with an RGB controller to keep the addicts happy.

LOS ANGELES, CALIF., JULY 3, 2018– Cooler Master, and award winning computer hardware and gaming peripherals manufacturer, today announced the release of the MasterCase H500, further expanding the H-Series known for its two iconic, 200mm fans.

The MasterCase H500 is the latest case released within the H-Series. In comparison to its predecessors, the MasterCase H500M and H500P, the MasterCase H500 is more simplistic in options and modularity, but retains the essential H-Series characteristics. For gamers that prefer mesh, added portability, and a straightforward building experience, the MasterCase H500 offers an alternative that still keeps the series’ essential features.

For a choice between maximum airflow and aesthetics, the MasterCase H500 comes with both mesh and transparent acrylic front panel attachments. Users can easily swap between the two by removing the front panel and changing the insert. Management of the two 200mm RGB fans is made possible via included controller that can also be connected directly to the reset switch to cycle through pre-set lighting modes.

The top panel of the MasterCase H500 is capable of housing an additional, optional, 200mm fan, up to 280mm radiator and a 360mm radiator in the front. In true form, the H500 also offers support for a clean build with added front cable cover and PSU cover for easy cable management. In addition, Cooler Master simplified the top panel of the H500 by replacing the traditional structured bar design with a simple magnetic dust filter.

The updated tempered glass side panel of the H500 is fastened by two, captive thumb screws that are held in place with rubber grommets to prevent users from misplacing their screws when removed.

Friction mounts for the SSD can be found behind the motherboard. Without tools, four pegs are installed on the SSD and simply placed into the rubber holes, this will secure the SSD to prevent it from moving. A subtle handle placed on the top panel has been added to the H500 for ease of transportation. For more information about the MasterCase H500, please visit our website HERE.

Pricing & Availability
The MasterCase H500 is available for pre-sale, today, at a starting MSRP of $99.99 on Newegg.


July 4, 2018 | 12:38 PM - Posted by Rocky123 (not verified)

Yes looks like a no frills version of the H500 series and I was actually looking into maybe getting this case because of the feature set and the price. Then after going to the web site and finding out oh you get robust drive support of 2 3.5 drive bays and 2 2.5 bays I was like hmmm my system won't fit into this case at all.

I have 4 4TB HDD's and 1 512GB SSD drive. I have to wonder where I am suppose to install all of my drives in cases like this but hey this seems to be the theme for most 2018 cases. You got lots of room but can not use it to it's fullest because having an open look and RGB is more important than a fully functional case.

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