Cooler Master CMP 320 Mini-Tower mATX Case Review
Peter Donnell / 2 months ago
We love our latest, high-end and often expensive PC cases, but let’s be honest, they’re not always what you really need. The latest case from Cooler Master, the CMP 320, is compact and affordable. Furthermore, in terms of specifications, it’s fairly modest. What is interesting though is that it is mATX, and we don’t see many of these cases or motherboards these days, as their popularity has dwindled. As you’ll see later on, so much so that I shockingly didn’t have an mATX motherboard to hand to test it… doh!
Cooler Master CMP 320
It’s pretty well equipped for a smaller case though, offering up a high-airflow design, two pre-installed 120mm CM120 ARGB fans in the front panel, a built-in fan/ARGB control hub, a side panel tempered glass window, a built-in PSU shroud, and a decent amount of space for some high-end hardware, at least for an mATX case.
- Two ARGB Fans Included – Pre-installed with two 120mm ARGB fans, CMP 320 ensures stunning aesthetics, eye-catching design, and thermal excellence. Pre-installed to the reset button for streamlined control of lighting effects, users can also choose to connect the fans to the motherboard for advanced customization. Note: Reset control and motherboard control are offered as separate options and cannot be operated at the same time.
- Mesh Geode Front Panel – Inspired by clean-cut, asymmetrical crystal formations, the mesh front panel offers generous intake as well as efficient dust filtration.
- Versatile Cooling Options – Support for up to six fans and front, top, and rear radiator support ensure that performance is not compromised.
- Full Black Coating & PSU Cover – Let your system stand out with an all-black background and a PSU cover to hide cables.
- Room For Upgrades – Support for up to a 365mm graphics card, a 163.5mm CPU cooler, and multiple fans/radiator locations provide room for upgrades to stay ahead of the game.