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Coolermaster MasterCase 5 - PC Chassis £84.99 @ Box

£84.99 @ Box.co.uk
CoolerMaster MasterCase 5 PC Chassis - good large, open case that should deal with excess temperatures well (overclocking). Delivery is free 1-5 days, but there are options of 2 day (£4.99) up to N… Read More
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
CoolerMaster MasterCase 5 PC Chassis - good large, open case that should deal with excess temperatures well (overclocking).

Delivery is free 1-5 days, but there are options of 2 day (£4.99) up to Next Day (£15).

Best price I have spotted so far and the sales weekends should be ending til January Sales.
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Have this for a year now. Good looking, pretty nice in terms of modularity but god is it huge and heavy to carry around with a system in it. Not too great for frequent lan players or if you know you're gonna be moving your stuff. Otherwise, recommended, but there just are better alternatives.
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quadlt
Have this for a year now. Good looking, pretty nice in terms of modularity but god is it huge and heavy to carry around with a system in it. Not too great for frequent lan players or if you know you're gonna be moving your stuff. Otherwise, recommended, but there just are better alternatives.


Yeah this is fair. I am basically patching up my pc for cpu rendering. It is noisy and overheating, so figured I would pick up an Evo 212x, new psu and this to help it keep cool and quiet. I also run all AMD parts, so hope omto overclock the 8320 to 4.7ghz or so to gives the cores a bit more oomph.

But yeah, this seemed like a decent price for performance and is currently the cheapest out there, so figured I would post it on the offchance it could help someone here :).
#3
Is there any better mid or full tower with sturdy handles? Want to build a VR PC so needs to be mobile.
#4
Been using this case for half a year or so now and it's great aside from not being able to mount my AIO cooler at the top.

Handles on top very sturdy, but if you're putting top of the line parts inside it's going to also be more of a struggle picking it up and carrying it.
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CHAOSEN3
Been using this case for half a year or so now and it's great aside from not being able to mount my AIO cooler at the top.

Handles on top very sturdy, but if you're putting top of the line parts inside it's going to also be more of a struggle picking it up and carrying it.


Yeah from what I can tell this is reviewed as a solid case - I work with 3D renderers who swear by the case (as well as Corsair Vengeance case).

The 'pro' case is about £40 dearer, but I think you can top mount your cooler on that one. But to be fair if you have owned this case for half a year, then you are probably more clued up with pc components than I am :P
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Domokun
Is there any better mid or full tower with sturdy handles? Want to build a VR PC so needs to be mobile.


Best bet would be searching ebuyer, novatech, amazon, ebay, google shopping and here.

If you have a budget in mind CNet are good to show you a decent 'top pc case' list, with graphs displaying performance to value. Could be a solid start?

Best of luck to you!

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