Cooler Master MasterCase H500M has four glass panels and costs 199 euros

Cooler Master releases a new model in its MasterCase H500 series. The H500M is the most expensive version and has four panels of tempered glass. Two 200mm fans with RGB lighting are installed at the front.

The tempered glass panels are located on the sides, the top and the front. Cooler Master also supplies a mesh front panel that panel with mesh provides better airflow. According to Cooler Master, the H500M is not only an aesthetic improvement over the H500P Mesh, but also the design is adjusted for better performance. There is additional ventilation space on the sides of the front panel, which should ensure a better intake of air.
Cooler Master supplies the new housing with a total of nine covers to hide cables behind. The psu cover consists of two parts and should offer more space for the elimination of cables. It also includes a removable piece to allow for a view of the power supply and a removable plate for attaching thicker radiators at the front.
With regard to dimensions and installation options, the H500M is similar to the other H500 models. There is room for motherboards up to the e-atx format and a radiator for water cooling can be installed on both the front and the top. The cpu cooler can be up to 190mm high and the video card 412mm long.
In the course of June, the MasterCase H500M will be on the market for a suggested retail price of 199 euro.

 Cooler Master MasterCase H500M

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