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Sunday, 05 May 2013 12:07

Cooler Master launches N300 and N500 ATX cases

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Mid-tower N-series

Cooler Master has announced the N-series, a brand new series of compact mid-tower mainstream cases that feature support for 240mm radiators, improved air cooling performance as well as a subtle and simplistic design.

According to Cooler Master, the new N-series were designed with cooling performance in mind, especially liquid cooling. The entire series will feature full mesh front panels with large amount of vents for maximum air streaming as well as enough room to instal extra long graphics cards and several ODDs, HDDs or SSDs, despite its compact design.

The N500 has support for up to 9 fans while N300 will have stick with support for up to 8 fans. The N500 can take two 120/140mm on top, two 120mm front fans, two 120mm rear, two 120mm side, one 120mm bottom fan as well as the one optional HDD cage 120mm fan. As noted earlier, both cases support top 240mm radiator. There is enough room for 400mm long VGA cards (320mm long on the N300) that are placed next to a 2.5-inch rack that can hold three 2.5-inch HDDs/SSDs.

Both the N300 and the N500 will be available in four different versions, with and without a window side panel and with either two USB 3.0 or one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports on the I/O panel.

Both cases will be available in Europe as of this month, but the precise MSRP has not been announced.

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