MasterBox 5 Mid-tower Computer Case with Internal Configuration Review
This is a mid-tower chassis introduced by Cooler Master in its Master series. The computer case has got to a mid-tower case design to offer, which features multiple interior layout possibilities. The MasterBox 5 comes in two colour variants which are Black and white. The case comes along with several accessories that include case screws, zip ties, a fan adapter, radiator screws, warranty information, a brief manual, and a side panel lock.
This is a mid tower chassis which comes along with the technology of both air as well as water cooling compatibility, and this it can do without sacrificing with the airflow. There is a scope of installing 2/3* x 120mm or 2 x 140mm fans in the front and for the rear, 1 x 120mm fan. In the front, the bezel of the MasterBox 5 has a MeshFlow panel which can be required quickly without doing away with the side panels. So, you can install the fans without removing the entire front bezel. There is a 120 mm of the fan which comes already pre-installed on the front panel of the chassis.
In the front, there are 2 USB 3.0 ports given along with a headphone jack, a microphone jack and the usual power & reset button. At the bottom of the PC case, you will see large feet, externally removable PSU filter, and additional holes to mount and tie down points. Then there are 3 slots provided where one can mount HDD or SDD along the bottom panel of this best gaming case. On the backside of the case, you will notice that there are vented PCI slot covers, an optional vertical PCI slot, a 120mm pre-installed fan and an I/O panel.
When you remove the window-borne side panel of the case, you see that the interior is painted entirely black to match the looks of the case from outside. Within the chassis, there are six routing holes, PSU shroud, a significant CPU cut-out and a myriad of slots for other sorts of mounting devices. There is a pre-installed SSD mounting plate mounted on the upper right corner of the case. And in addition to that, you can mount HDD or SDD in the HDD mounting cage space that is let out in this best budget PC case.