Cooler Master is a leader in the design and production of components and desktop peripherals manufacturer, has announced its new box model MasterCase Pro 3 , which has become the latest addition to the boxes for computers MasterCase series. The aim here was to create a box that offered users the same level of customization that can offer her older sister, MasterCase 5, but for micro ATX systems.
The MasterCase 5 computer boxes series offers users the ability to customize and freely adjust their boxes both internally and externally in order to create the computer of your dreams. The MasterCase Pro 3 offers the same level of customization in a smaller users who are not looking to have a build size ATX system size. While MasterCase Pro 3 is a micro ATX case, it is large enough to contain full-size pieces. This box can handle up to two graphics cards full-size 280mm radiator for liquid cooling, five fans, and up to eight hard drives. That’s a lot of components to a box in micro ATX format. In fact, it fits easily inside liquid cooling system as with support SLI / CF for high performance platforms.
Cooler Master’s approach in customizing the PC is built around its new Free Form Modular System. The aim is to create boxes that allow users the freedom to build as they wish with adjustable, removable and interchangeable parts, such as panels, covered with dust, and receptacles PC units. The MasterCase Pro 3 uses the same system, but added additional customization options. The Pro 3 has a removable partition panel, additional support removable cooling in the front, and a sliding panel and click on the panel.
All boxes MasterCase series are compatible with a special line of accessories, with additional supplements that are added with each new box. A user can easily customize the MasterCase Pro 3 with accessories such as side glass panels, LED screens, front dust filter and the top of the box, the graphics card supports multiple lines and peripherals. All accessories can be purchased in the online shop Cooler Master.
Posted by Kamaldeep Singh on September 16, 2016