Cooler Master Centurion 5 II ATX Mid Tower Case Review
Andy Ruffell / 6 years ago
Today we are looking at the Cooler Maser Centurion 5 II Mid Tower case. It has room for five fans and can hold approximately five 3.5 inch drives. Has a black steel mesh design with a transparent window on the side, so that you can see inside of the case. The I/O panel consist of two 2.0 USB ports, One Audio port, One MIC port, and one IEEE 1394 port.
PACKAGING AND EXTERIOR
The box is the classic Cooler master purple and white colors with a picture of two towers I’m assuming the two designs that this particular tower comes in. All black steel mesh and the black steel mesh with a silver trim. Also on the other sides of the box you have the specifications of the tower. Pictures of the different views of the tower are also available on the box. It shows cases all the stand out features of the chassis. The features are also listed on the box. Inside the box the tower was covered in a clear plastic cover and wedged inside of the box with Styrofoam to make sure that the tower was safely secured inside of the box. Inside the chassis was a box that had screws, zip ties, hard drive rails, a tray for your 5.25 inch devices and the installation guide. The right side panel of the tower was made up of solid black steel, and the left side is also black steel trim with a clear plastic panel in order for you to be able to look inside the case. The Back is a plain steel design and the front of the tower is a black mesh design that has the I/O panel and slots for four 5.25 inch drives.
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