Among other things, the manufacturer unveiled colorful versions of the ITX-sized NR200P and the return of the HAF enclosure series
On the first day of its Summer Summit 2021 yesterday, Cooler Master unveiled new computer cases and a new PCIe chassis with PCIe 4.0 riser cable that allows for vertical installation of graphics cards.
New MasterAccessory Vertical Graphics Card Holder Kit Ver. The vertical PCIe rack, named 2, requires 7 PCIe slots for its attachment, but no specific enclosure, meaning it is not limited to use with Cooler Master’s own enclosures. It is a fairly conventional frame, distinguished by its PCIe 4.0-compliant riser cable, which is by no means exceptionally common today. The cable is also sold separately in 300 and 200 mm lengths.
As another rather minor innovation, Cooler Master released a bunch of new ITX-sized NR200P computer cases (in the news image). The novelties have not changed in any way from the original model, but instead bring four new colors – pink Flamingo Pink, light blue Caribbean Blue, orange Sunser Orange and purple Nightshade Purple.
The NR200P got into the spotlight for the second time during the day, as the manufacturer also released a revamped NR200P Max from the case. The NR200P Max differs from the original case by the 280 mm AIO in place on the ceiling, in addition to which, at least in the marketing images, the GPU is only seen in a vertical position. In addition to these in-house modifications, the NR200P Max will only be available in conjunction with the manufacturer’s own 280 mm AIO chiller and 850 watt power supply.
In addition to ITX upgrades, the manufacturer also introduced innovations to lovers of larger enclosures. Among other things, the manufacturer revived its old recirculation enclosure brand with the release of the new HAF 500 enclosure, which supports a maximum of E-ATX motherboards with dimensions of approximately 305 x 310 mm (12 ”x 12.2”).
As the name implies, it is a novelty with a mains panel that invests in air circulation, which also offers ARGB-illuminated 200 mm fans on its front panel. In addition to these, 120 mm fans are pre-installed on the rear panel and on the HDD frame at the bottom of the front. In addition to the pre-installed fans, the roof of the housing has space for a maximum of two 200 mm fans.
Another novelty in the ATX size class is the Cooler Master MasterBox 500, which offers a look focused on futuristic design. The front panel is decorated with only one 120 mm ARGB fan at the bottom and the space above it is decorated with low-key RGB light strips. The manufacturer has placed another 120 mm fan in the rear panel.
Despite the solid-looking top of the front panel, there are three 120 or two 140 mm fans in front of the case. The same range also fits in the ceiling of the housing, which is completely removable for easier installation. Motherboard compatibility also extends in the MasterBox 500 up to the E-ATX, but unlike the HAF, the maximum size is a notch smaller by about 305 x 272 mm (12 ”x 10.7”).
Cooler Master also had something to inform lovers of the mid-range of large and small enclosures, as the manufacturer introduced the network-front panel mATX-sized MasterBox TD300 Mesh, which is virtually a reduced-to-Micro-ATX size version of the ATX-sized TD500 Mesh released last year. The Cooler Master TD 300 Mesh comes with two ARGB-illuminated 120 mm SickleFlow fans mounted on the front panel. In addition to these, the rear panel has space for one 120 mm fan and the removable roof panel has space for two 120 or 140 mm fans.
Cooler Master did not publish the exact sales schedules or pricing of the cases it presented.
Source: Cooler Master
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