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Cooler Master unveils MasterBox Lite 5 PC case

by on10 May 2017


With 3D printable accessories

Cooler Master has announced the latest addition to the MasterBox PC case lineup, the mid-tower ATX PC case which comes with a rather affordable price tag and plenty of customization.

Measuring 468.8 x 200 x 454.5mm, the new Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 5 is your standard mid-tower PC case with made from a combination of steel and plastic and only coming in a black color option. It supports ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, up to 400mm long graphics cards, up to 160mm tall CPU coolers and up to 180mm long PSUs, hidden behind the PSU cover.

It also has seven expansion slots, lacks any 5.25-inch bays, two 3.5/2.5-inch bays, and has a single 2.5-inch SSD bay.

In order to make the usually dull front panel a bit more interesting, the MasterBox Lite 5 lets users choose from black, white or red front panel trims as well as offering free 3D printing schematics for the top and bottom trim, allowing users to further customize the look.

The MasterBox Lite 5 comes with a windowed side panel as well as a semi-clear front panel, allowing front LED fans to be visible.

When it comes to cooling, the MasterBox Lite 5 supports up to three 120mm or two 140mm at the front and a single 120mm in the rear. It also supports up to 360mm (50mm-thick) radiator at the front and 120mm radiator in the rear part.

According to Cooler Master, the MasterBox Lite 5 should be available by the end of this month with a rather decent suggested retail price of €49.99.

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Last modified on 10 May 2017
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