Cooler Master Showcase New and Upcoming Chassis Designs for 2019
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
Cooler Master Showcase New and Upcoming Chassis
The upcoming Q500L and 500P are some of the most exciting cases we’ve seen this year. They’re prototypes at the moment but are expected to launch in Q2. They feature fully modular designs and styles that are sure to please CM fans. You can turn them on their side and stack them. Or, you can swap the side panels. Then you can change the panel materials and designs. How about moving the I/O panel to another location? All of this is easily possible and we love it! Don’t like that chrome strip on the front? Why not install a wooden one, then add a handle, and some RGB!!!
H500P Mesh Phantom Gaming Edition
The epic H500p is back, but this time with a slick ASROCK theme to match up with their latest and greatest hardware.
Want a Q300L but also want to match up some slick ASUS TUF hardware? How about this lovely TUF mATX edition of the chassis?!
Tempered glass on the front and sides, full aRGB fans, fully revised dust mesh on the top and front for improved airflow and filtering. Plus, a built-in PSU shroud, room for huge expansion cards and more!
Just like the model above, but a little bit smaller. I think I like this one better, super compact, but still crammed with features!
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