Cooler Master Masterbox MB530P Reviews

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Cooler Master MasterBox MB530P Review

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: Cooler Master's brilliant ARGB fans find an excellent showcase in the MasterBox MB530P chassis, a top-notch PC-case pick that sports tempered-glass panels on three sides for a spectacular builder's foundation.
Cooler Master put its new midsize MasterBox-family PC case, the MasterBox MB530P, on the cutting edge of PC DIY trendiness by loading it with three panes of tempered glass and a tower of addressable RGB (ARGB) LED fans. The new, brightly colored fans won't connect to the bulk of motherboards on the market (ARGB support is very new), but a built-in controller ensures that you can power and adjust the lights regardless of your motherboard model. And with a price of $109.99, the MB530P makes it very tempting to see what all the ARGB fuss is about. PC builders looking to deck out a tower of glow-and-glass will find this a fine value. The Design: Radical Transparency Most ATX cases also support smaller motherboard sizes, but not all support both MicroATX and Mini-ITX. The MasterBox MB530P handles all three sizes, making it a versatile PC case. Although gamers will be attracted to the MasterBox MB530P in spades, I can see how many DIYers would like this case for a home-entertainment PC...
Pros: 
  • Brilliant ARGB LED intake fans
  • Gorgeous tempered-glass panels
  • Built-in controller rescues non-ARGB motherboards
  • Multiple options for placing liquid-cooling gear
  • Sturdy construction
Cons: 
  • Many motherboards lack ARGB headers
  • Manual is light on written instructions
2 years ago

Fantastic looking compact case

★★★★ 4.0
Very nice looking case with tempered glass front and both sides / Was worried about cables showing on the right side at the back but the tint on that side plus the pattern design by the power supply + cover hide the cables almost perfectly. I have a 360mm radiator in the front with push+pull fan setup and it fits in easily. There's also plenty of room for that setup to get air as the intakes are about 2.5cm wide all the way down each side of the front of the case, and well in front of the fans. This case is all about rgb and gotta say it looks fantastic if that's your thing and also in a compact case that's not huge! I Didn't give case...view more
2 years ago

Great looks, cooling, and space

★★★★★ 5.0
Built a new PC 2 weeks ago and chose this case over a Corsair iCUE 4000X as this case has better airflow, and I have to say I love the way it looks. Plenty of options for cable management, the case fans look great synced up to the rest of the PC lighting, and there's plenty of space for even the biggest of graphics cards. Only complaint is that there's not much room between the cables and the PSU as the hard drive bay is in the way and cable management on the back is a little tight when putting on the panel. It still looks great, works great, and I would 100% recommend this case.
10 months ago

A Good Purchase

★★★★★ 3.0
Not a bad buy with a decent amount of room. Only gripe(s) i have were, how awkward it was to wire in my modular power supply and the lack of room between the PSU and where the hard drives are located. It makes it tricky to wire them in. Also the fact that with my hard drives wired they don't lock properly into their slots as the SATA cables hit the wall. That was a little frustrating. Those gripes a side though and with the my computer up and running it does look damn sexy :)
10 months ago

great case

★★★★★ 5.0
It's my favourite looking case for the price honestly epic
10 months ago

Great RGB casing

★★★★★ 5.0
Pros: Great price for casing with RGB fans included Cons: Find a hard time to look for the right motherboard that would fit my coolermaster cpu watercooler.
1 year ago

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