Cooler Master is rolling out the latest pieces of it's master plan with the introduction of its MasterCase Maker 5 and MasterBox 5 cases along with the MasterWatt Maker 1200 PSU.
The MasterCase Maker 5 improves on the original MasterCase 5 by adding more USB ports to the top I/O panel and allowing for LED and fan speed control from that location, as well. The Maker also gives users the option to select sound dampening panels for the front and top of the case.
The MasterBox 5 continues the flexible philosophy of the Master series by making room for mounting drives at the bottom of the case or on the back of the motherboard tray as well as adding support for 360mm radiators. This case is intended to be an entry-level option in the Master case lineup.
The MasterWatt 1200 is a power supply designed to give users full control of how it operates. This 1200W unit is 80 Plus Titanium rated and fully modular. Cooler Master tells us it used its own proprietary low-resistance modular connector design for more stable power delivery. The Cooler Master Connect feature uses Bluetooth and either a Windows, Android, or iOS app so a PC or mobile device can be used to monitor all manner of vital information about the PSU. The app can also set fan curves, control over-current protection settings, and more.
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