The new MasterCase 5 is up for review at The Tech Report, billed as flexible for those who like to have choice when positioning components in their enclosures. It can handle up to ATX motherboards in its 235x512x548mm (9.3×20.2×21.6") shell and depending on where you locate your drive cage, GPUs of up to 16" in length. In their testing they discovered some inconsistencies in the manual, which they were able to overcome and set up the case in their preferred configuration. While they do like both the MasterCase 5 and the Pro version they point out that purchasing the Pro model makes sense financially as it would cost more to buy the non-Pro model and the various components needed to match the Pro mode. Either way, the review is worth looking over as this is a very unique case.
"Cooler Master's MasterCase 5 is the company's first product based on an ambitious design philosophy it calls "FreeForm." We put the MasterCase to the test to see how FreeForm works out in practice."
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