Cooler Master MasterCase H500P surfaces on Newegg

Back at Computex in June, we got a brief look at Cooler Master's MasterCase H500P case, the apparent revival of the company's HAF line of high-airflow cases. A product page for the case has now popped up on Newegg. The H500P is highlighted by the pair of enormous 200-mm, RGB LED-illuminated fans stuffed behind an acrylic front panel with ventilation along its sides. 

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The MasterCase H500P is a roomy chassis with enough space to accept E-ATX motherboards, CPU cooling towers up to 7.5" (19 cm) tall, and graphics cards as long as 16.2" (41 cm). Buyers that want to flaunt a fancy graphics card can show it off through the tempered glass side panel thanks to the pair of vertically-mounted PCI expansion covers. Graphics extroverts will need to supply their own PCIe riser cables to make that happen, though.

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The H500P's raison d'etre is high-performance cooling. The front of the case is stocked with two RGB LED-lit 200-mm fans that spin at a leisurely 800 RPM. Water cooling enthusiasts can replace the fan pair with a radiator up to 360-mm in size if desired. The top of the case can likewise fit two 200-mm spinners or a heat exchanger as long as 360 mm. A hole in the back of the case is filled with a 140-mm fan.

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The ability to hold large components and wide-bore fans means the MasterCase H500P is big. The case measures 21.3" tall, 9.5" wide, and 21.4" deep (54 cm x 24 cm x 54 cm). Steel and tempered glass aren't known for their light weight, so an empty H500P tips the scales at 25 lbs (11.3 kg).

According to Reddit users, Newegg's Cooler Master MasterCase H500P product page briefly listed a $150 price tag and a November 8 release date for the H500P. That figure is the same exact one we heard directly from Cooler Master during our Computex tour.

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    • jmaster299
    • 2 years ago

    The 200mm fans do NOT need to be removed to install a radiator. This has been known since Computex as the display model there had both the 200mm fans installed and Cam’s soon to be released open loop cooler installed.

    This is an image from your own website showing exactly that. The rad can install in the front behind the 200mm fans with the rad fans mounted inside in pull config. The case has plenty of room for all that, plus the res/pump, in the main chamber. And that’s with a long triple fan GPU installed. This goes for the top too, the exterior viewed fans are independent of rad installing.

    The fans can be removed in favor of smaller fans if you want more direct push/pull on the rad, but it’s unnecessary. Supplying that rad with fresh air from those big fans, with the static pressure fans to pull it through the final efficiently will make for excellent cooling.


    • deinabog
    • 2 years ago

    That’s a nice-looking case but I’m vested in the HAF 932 that my living room PC resides in.

    • MNMadman
    • 2 years ago

    Looks good. Haven’t decided on a case for my next build yet, but this one is one of the three in consideration.

    • RoxasForTheWin
    • 2 years ago

    As impractical as it is, I’d love to see a 400mm rad watercooled build in one of these things

    • Hopscotch_Ops
    • 2 years ago

    This thing brings a higher price tag than I am typically willing to spend on a case, but I am seriously tempted.

    • LostCat
    • 2 years ago

    That looks like a well made version of so many awful cases I’ve seen. I don’t need it, but I’d take it.

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