The new wave of case technology pioneered by our MasterCase series starts with the unique FreeForm™ Modular System, allowing unparalleled flexibility to upgrade your case via the addition of top panels and doors, change aesthetics, customize thermal options, and handcraft your internal layout.
The MasterCase Maker 5t advances beyond the concept of a standard build by offering the option to completely swap and readjust the case’s form and functionality. With multiple interior and exterior looks, ample space, customized accessories and our inspired Trooper model’s handle for convenient transportation, you can have a PC exactly the way you want it. Have the best of both worlds with our FreeFormTM Modularity System. Customize, adjust and upgrade with this easy to carry, two-tone case.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||511 x 235 x 548 mm|
|Net Weight||12.3 Kg / 27.2 lbs|
|M/B Type||ATX, microATX, mini-ITX|
|5.25" Drive Bays||0|
|3.5" Drive Bays||2|
|2.5" Drive Bays||2+2|
|I/O Panel||USB 3.0 x4, Audio In & Out (supports HD Audio), fan speed control|
140x25mm fan x2, 1200RPM (pre-Installed)
140x25mm fanx1 (optional)
140x25mm fan x1, 1200RPM (pre-Installed)
120mm fan x1 (optional)
120/140mm fan x2 (optional)
120mm, 140mm, 240mm, 280mm
120mm, 140mm, 240mm, 280mm (max. 297mm radiator length)
|Lighting Support||Red LED strip x 1(pre-Installed)|
4 LED connections in total available (3 available out of the package)
|Power Supply||Bottom Mount, ATX PS2 (maximum length: 200mm)|
|Graphics card length:||412mm/16.22 inch (without 3.5” HDD cage) 296mm/11.7inch (with 3.5” HDD cage)|
|CPU cooler height:||190mm/7.48 inch|
David Laureys (Submitted on 31st Dec 2016)
First of all, the case is amazing to look at with the shadowed tempered glass panels and a cablemod widebeam hybrid RGB LED kit(60cm). And as far as red/black builds go this case imo is hard to beat.
- Tempered Glass
- Separate compartment for the PSU and Hard Disks(The PSU/HDD will not be visible if you LED the area above it
-Plenty of fans to allow for a nice airflow in this case.
- Watercooling wise I'm fairly confident( so far 1 EKWB 240 in the front intake but planning to go full hardtube when kabylake/1080Ti hits) that you could fit a 360 rad push/pull in the front(need to remove the HDD cage though) with a 240 rad top(Just enuf room for push or pull, not both unless you go for a slim rad) and a 140 rad(push/pull should be possible) in the back. Pump can be placed in the lower compartment and the res can be placed near the back grate(or where the GPU holders are).
-The metal is just painted instead of anodized meaning that if you manage to scratch the red you will see the white primer underneath.
-The bottom grommets could be placed more towards the front since now you have to make a weird curve on the PCI-E cables instead of going clean 90° downwards.
-SSD placement in the front isn't optimal and with an ATX mobo you will have to handle the SATA data and powercables abit for it to fit properly, placing them at the back is easier but you can't show off then :)
-No PWM fan controller? really?
A Noctua NH-D15 will fit in this case with even room to spare.
Be warned however that a EKWB Predator XLC 240 will not fit in the top bracket due to the length being just 5mm short(you could dremel this but I didn't).