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Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System

Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System

Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower with Mesh & Transparent Front Panel Option, Dual 200mm ARGB Fans, Tempered Glass & ARGB Lighting System
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Features

  • Mesh and transparent front panel – Both the mesh and transparent front panel are included for maximized airflow and offering a crystal-clear view of the fans
  • Dual 200 millimeter ARGB fans – The iconic, addressable RGB fans are the core of the H-series in design and function, capable of operating quietly while moving high volumes of air due to their size
  • ARGB lighting system – The pre-installed ARGB fans can be managed by either the motherboard or an included controller, connected by the included splitter, to create a comprehensive ARGB lighting system
  • Tempered glass side panel – Gaming hardware, custom-loop cooling, and the pure pride of the builder is shown in panoramic view through an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel
  • Optimized airflow – Filtered ventilation on the top panel provides additional thermal support while also offering mounting options for future cooling upgrades

Description

Two front panels, two 200mm ARGB fans, and a handle to grip onto when the adrenaline kicks in. The MasterCase H500 is established as the go-to ATX PC chassis for high performance airflow. Now, with 200mm ARGB fans, its legacy is upgraded with premium lighting. Each choice of front panels decide whether the build will excel at ruthless airflow performance or head-turning aesthetics. Of course, the mesh is the ideal choice for providing the pre-installed fans with high volumes of fresh air. The transparent panel, on the other hand, parades those fans in crystal clear view. With the included accessories, substantial ventilation, and iconic H-Series design elements, the MasterCase H500 retains all of the advantages of the original while adding ARGB fans for good measure.


Brand Cooler Master


Item model number MCM-H500-IGNN-S01


Item Weight 20.3 pounds


Product Dimensions 22.4 x 12.2 x 23.9 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 22.4 x 12.2 x 23.9 inches


Color Addressable RGB


Manufacturer Coolermaster


ASIN B07DRVHBWK


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available June 15, 2018


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,125 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #13 in Computer Cases


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Features

  • Mesh and transparent front panel – Both the mesh and transparent front panel are included for maximized airflow and offering a crystal-clear view of the fans
  • Dual 200 millimeter ARGB fans – The iconic, addressable RGB fans are the core of the H-series in design and function, capable of operating quietly while moving high volumes of air due to their size
  • ARGB lighting system – The pre-installed ARGB fans can be managed by either the motherboard or an included controller, connected by the included splitter, to create a comprehensive ARGB lighting system
  • Tempered glass side panel – Gaming hardware, custom-loop cooling, and the pure pride of the builder is shown in panoramic view through an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel
  • Optimized airflow – Filtered ventilation on the top panel provides additional thermal support while also offering mounting options for future cooling upgrades

Description

Two front panels, two 200mm ARGB fans, and a handle to grip onto when the adrenaline kicks in. The MasterCase H500 is established as the go-to ATX PC chassis for high performance airflow. Now, with 200mm ARGB fans, its legacy is upgraded with premium lighting. Each choice of front panels decide whether the build will excel at ruthless airflow performance or head-turning aesthetics. Of course, the mesh is the ideal choice for providing the pre-installed fans with high volumes of fresh air. The transparent panel, on the other hand, parades those fans in crystal clear view. With the included accessories, substantial ventilation, and iconic H-Series design elements, the MasterCase H500 retains all of the advantages of the original while adding ARGB fans for good measure.


Brand Cooler Master


Item model number MCM-H500-IGNN-S01


Item Weight 20.3 pounds


Product Dimensions 22.4 x 12.2 x 23.9 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 22.4 x 12.2 x 23.9 inches


Color Addressable RGB


Manufacturer Coolermaster


ASIN B07DRVHBWK


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available June 15, 2018


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,125 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #13 in Computer Cases


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Mesh and transparent front panel – Both the mesh and transparent front panel are included for maximized airflow and offering a crystal-clear view of the fans
  • Dual 200 millimeter ARGB fans – The iconic, addressable RGB fans are the core of the H-series in design and function, capable of operating quietly while moving high volumes of air due to their size
  • ARGB lighting system – The pre-installed ARGB fans can be managed by either the motherboard or an included controller, connected by the included splitter, to create a comprehensive ARGB lighting system
  • Tempered glass side panel – Gaming hardware, custom-loop cooling, and the pure pride of the builder is shown in panoramic view through an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel
  • Optimized airflow – Filtered ventilation on the top panel provides additional thermal support while also offering mounting options for future cooling upgrades

Description

Two front panels, two 200mm ARGB fans, and a handle to grip onto when the adrenaline kicks in. The MasterCase H500 is established as the go-to ATX PC chassis for high performance airflow. Now, with 200mm ARGB fans, its legacy is upgraded with premium lighting. Each choice of front panels decide whether the build will excel at ruthless airflow performance or head-turning aesthetics. Of course, the mesh is the ideal choice for providing the pre-installed fans with high volumes of fresh air. The transparent panel, on the other hand, parades those fans in crystal clear view. With the included accessories, substantial ventilation, and iconic H-Series design elements, the MasterCase H500 retains all of the advantages of the original while adding ARGB fans for good measure.


Brand Cooler Master


Item model number MCM-H500-IGNN-S01


Item Weight 20.3 pounds


Product Dimensions 22.4 x 12.2 x 23.9 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 22.4 x 12.2 x 23.9 inches


Color Addressable RGB


Manufacturer Coolermaster


ASIN B07DRVHBWK


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available June 15, 2018


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,125 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #13 in Computer Cases


abunda_amazon_reviews Where to start... well let’s make this short and simple. I decided to buy in this case and wow what a horrible decision. I ordered all new parts for this build and was extremely excited to build. Opened the box for this case all seems great except..: absolutely no instructions on how to hook rgb fans up literally zero. The case does not come with a. Rgb controller or main hub to connect all the fans (huge disappointment). I get everything installed and working and no rgb lights whatsoever. I power pc off connect all the rgb fans (one section required molex apparently) connect then power pc on... then pop pc shuts off. This case and fans literally fried my brand new motherboard.. what in the hell, are you kidding me? I had to completely disassemble and now I am without a computer. I will never purchase from coolermaster again (I was a huge fan);;Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;WARNING! Do not buy because of rgb fan connectors;;Tech4ever;;;i Love this case for the most part. Was easy to build in. The cable management is great. Very nice look. What I hate about it is the front bottom fan came DOA. I contacted amazon they wanted me to unbuild my pc and send the whole case in for a replacement rather than replace just the fan. Well I had to cough up some cash for a different fan. Wish they’d test their cases before shipping them out.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Fan came DOA;;Chris M.;;;Now that CoolerMaster has this H500 all sorted out, this thing is not only gorgeous to look at, but so far a pleasure to build in.Best case I ever purchased. Don't buy the original H500P that Gamers Nexus (YouTube Channel) showed, but the most recent H500 (No suffix) case got a good review. A few things to mention: That vertical bar to hide cables IS removable, as is the drive cage. No drilling, just phillips screws. Also, the fasteners on the tempered glass ARE captive, meaning they won't fall off and get lost. Still in the midst of this build and this case DOES NOT DISAPPOINT. High quality feel throughout. Impressed!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Steve@ Gamers Nexus was Right. The CM H500 (no suffix) is darned good.;;Steve;;;I was under the impression this had a tempered glass front panel . WRONG it's PLASTIC ! The PSU cover is ….you guessed it PLASTIC !!! HDD cages are far too few and 0 Trays for SSD's . For $100 I expected more, and this will influence any future thoughts on buying Cooler master cases . The removable dust screen for the psu IS WAY too small . I could have bought another brand case for less that was full size and added RGB to it . It IS what it IS at this point . UPDATE . I now see it at $10 less then what I paid for mine . Looks like Next case will be a Phanteks because I know they put out better products for the $$ . I'm VERY disappointed with Cooler Master . Mother board stand off's weren't pre installed and are black making it very hard to see how to line up the holes .;;Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;SOOO MUCH PLASTIC !!!;;ItchyTaint;;;I'm a fan girl of NZXT's towers and was planning another NZXT-based build. I decided, however, to try something new, something that would be different from my regular builds. Cue in this Cooler Master H500. It has been nothing short of amazing. If you'd like the "short and sweet" bulleted points, then just read this part, otherwise I've written a lot of information. - a total of up to x6 (if solely using) 120mm fans, x4 (if solely using) 140mm fans, or x3 (if solely using) 200mm fans - a front mesh panel that captures dust; there is also an optional acrylic panel that can be used instead if preferred (more on this later) - tempered glass panel that has two screws that cannot be taken off (so it's no longer easy to misplace). The glass panel also has hinges at the bottom so it won't accidentally fall and shatter, etc - supports ATX, mATX, or miniATX builds - has x2 M.2 slots, x2 3.5" hard drive bays (an additional mount can be purchased to support 4 more), and x4 2.5" SSD bays. 2 SSD's can be mounted on the right side of the case with little plugs, therefore offering a tool-less assembly). The HDD drive bay can also be removed if you just plan on only using the 2 SSD mounts - in regards to cable management, there is a vertical bar with rubberized routing holes. This is removable if you prefer a more spacious build - x2 200mm CoolerMaster MasterFan 200R RGB fans installed in the front panel and 1 generic 120mm fan - a removable PSU cover - 3 dust filter covers (for the top, front and bottom of the case) - a vertical GPU mount (riser cable not included) - multiple zip ties in order to manage the cables inside (among other small things) So, I won't be able to touch on everything, as I don't use the vertical GPU mount for starters, but I can give insight on other aspects. First off, this case comes with many fan placement options. For reference, I have x2 120mm fans up top, x1 120mm fan in the back, and x2 200mm fans up front. I currently have Corsair SP LL120 RGB's and they work great paired with the CoolerMaster fans. Side note, if you are in the market for the Corsair SP LL120 RGB's and would like it to pulse, breath, or mimic the 200mm fans, then you'll need to purchase the CORSAIR iCUE Commander PRO Controller. Anyway, the case does come with a handy magnetic dust filter for the top of the case (fan area). 1 month later and I can tell that it is definitely doing its job. The front of the case has another mesh like structure and this allows for better airflow throughout the case. My build has been averaging 25-30C on idle with a max of 50C on high detailed games. Now, I have tried the acrylic panel and found that my temperatures, unsurprisingly, do go up: 30-45C on idle and 50-65C on load. It's not terrible temps but, while the acrylic does look cleaner, keep in mind that you're swapping temperatures for aesthetics. The side tempered glass panel is another nice aspect of the H500. It's not clear like NZXT's line, but I would say it's around 40-50% tint, perhaps even 30%. It's definitely on the dark side. I didn't realise how tinted it would be, but it honestly looks amazing. Due to the 'heavier' tint, the cables inside are pretty much invisible and the RGB/lightning looks like its coming through the darkness. Honestly, it looks great and is definitely something I didn't know I wanted for my build. The x2 200mm fan does deserve a mention as well, but this one's not as positive. It could be the lack of experience with RGB fans, but the cables were confusing as heck to pair with respective wires. I've didn't even spend as much time on the rest of the build combined compared to the fan wires themselves. I'm not going to lie when I say I cried a little out of frustration. The instructions aren't very helpful. If I remember correctly, the RGB cables were pinned into cables that were unnecessary towards the whole build. Figuring out that cable was not necessary took an amazingly stupid amount of time. After taking out the unnecessary cables and then figuring out the appropriate ones, it was smooth sailing after that. I'm not sure why it's become the new standard, but pictorial instructions are ridiculous. I can only imagine how difficult it would be for someone just starting out. Cable management wise, there's really not much to say. It's superb and there's nothing difficult about it. You'll definitely need more zip ties than provided if you want a cleaner look. Also, the provided ties are surprisingly very thin so may snap easily if you stress it enough. There are notches on the cable side of the tower that allow you to zip tie cables on. Make sure to not zip tie in the panel grooves though. The rubberized routing holes and removable vertical bar is also appreciated. Some small thing that don't really detract but should be mentioned: if you're not going to fill the inside of this case, then be prepared to hear A LOT of air being pushed around. I have a lot of open space and it does sound cavernous. Also, this case is very much on the heavy side. It weighs a whopping 23.2lbs, maybe 30lbs+ after all the components are installed, compared to NZXT's 17.9lbs. If you've stuck it out and read through my long speech, then in short I highly recommend this case. I've been very pleased with it and I'm glad I took a chance. Like a lot of people have been saying, don't go for any other H500 (for example, H500P or H500M). Just stick with the H500-NO SUFFIX. It is Cooler Master's best - as of right now - and pretty much offers everything required for a high end build. This is a great starter case, offering excellent airflow and enough space to experiment around with. You won't be disappointed.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This is a monster of a case: from average to elite builds, it can house it all.;;alpackii;;;Fantastic case and easy to work with.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love the case;;Memo;;;I love the Mastercase H500. It has great air flow, is awesome looking, was large enough for mounting the GPU vertically without the tempered glass side smoothing the fans while making cable management a breeze. It came with 2 200mm RGB fans in the front and a standard 120mm in the rear which I replaced with a matching 120mm RGB fan. I also added a third 200mm RGB fan in the top to keep everything nice and cool. I highly recommend this case.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A very good case. Awesome air flow, and easy to build in.;;Jim Williams;;;A nice upgrade from HAF 922. Even though it is about the same size as HAF 922, it is much lighter. It is well built and allows for good airflow with the mesh setup. RGB introduces too many unnecessary wires. Cable management could be a bit better, unless all your HDD/SDD are m.2. I uses H500 to house Asus Zenith Extreme motherboard, Deepcool Fryzen, SuperNova 850Watt and 2950X CPU. The case provides enough clearance for the Fryzen and efficiently keeps the air moving. Don't get H500p, but only H500. p is not the front mesh model.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Airflow!;;Z

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Tech4ever - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2019
WARNING! Do not buy because of rgb fan connectors
Where to start... well let’s make this short and simple. I decided to buy in this case and wow what a horrible decision. I ordered all new parts for this build and was extremely excited to build. Opened the box for this case all seems great except..: absolutely no instructions on how to hook rgb fans up literally zero. The case does not come with a. Rgb controller or main hub to connect all the fans (huge disappointment). I get everything installed and working and no rgb lights whatsoever. I power pc off connect all the rgb fans (one section required molex apparently) connect then power pc on... then pop pc shuts off. This case and fans literally fried my brand new motherboard.. what in the hell, are you kidding me? I had to completely disassemble and now I am without a computer. I will never purchase from coolermaster again (I was a huge fan)

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Chris M. - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2019
Fan came DOA
i Love this case for the most part. Was easy to build in. The cable management is great. Very nice look. What I hate about it is the front bottom fan came DOA. I contacted amazon they wanted me to unbuild my pc and send the whole case in for a replacement rather than replace just the fan. Well I had to cough up some cash for a different fan. Wish they’d test their cases before shipping them out.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Steve - Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
Steve@ Gamers Nexus was Right. The CM H500 (no suffix) is darned good.
Now that CoolerMaster has this H500 all sorted out, this thing is not only gorgeous to look at, but so far a pleasure to build in.Best case I ever purchased. Don't buy the original H500P that Gamers Nexus (YouTube Channel) showed, but the most recent H500 (No suffix) case got a good review. A few things to mention: That vertical bar to hide cables IS removable, as is the drive cage. No drilling, just phillips screws. Also, the fasteners on the tempered glass ARE captive, meaning they won't fall off and get lost. Still in the midst of this build and this case DOES NOT DISAPPOINT. High quality feel throughout. Impressed!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By ItchyTaint - Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2018
SOOO MUCH PLASTIC !!!
I was under the impression this had a tempered glass front panel . WRONG it's PLASTIC ! The PSU cover is ….you guessed it PLASTIC !!! HDD cages are far too few and 0 Trays for SSD's . For $100 I expected more, and this will influence any future thoughts on buying Cooler master cases . The removable dust screen for the psu IS WAY too small . I could have bought another brand case for less that was full size and added RGB to it . It IS what it IS at this point . UPDATE . I now see it at $10 less then what I paid for mine . Looks like Next case will be a Phanteks because I know they put out better products for the $$ . I'm VERY disappointed with Cooler Master . Mother board stand off's weren't pre installed and are black making it very hard to see how to line up the holes .

5.0 out of 5 stars
By alpackii - Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019
This is a monster of a case: from average to elite builds, it can house it all.
I'm a fan girl of NZXT's towers and was planning another NZXT-based build. I decided, however, to try something new, something that would be different from my regular builds. Cue in this Cooler Master H500. It has been nothing short of amazing. If you'd like the "short and sweet" bulleted points, then just read this part, otherwise I've written a lot of information. - a total of up to x6 (if solely using) 120mm fans, x4 (if solely using) 140mm fans, or x3 (if solely using) 200mm fans - a front mesh panel that captures dust; there is also an optional acrylic panel that can be used instead if preferred (more on this later) - tempered glass panel that has two screws that cannot be taken off (so it's no longer easy to misplace). The glass panel also has hinges at the bottom so it won't accidentally fall and shatter, etc - supports ATX, mATX, or miniATX builds - has x2 M.2 slots, x2 3.5" hard drive bays (an additional mount can be purchased to support 4 more), and x4 2.5" SSD bays. 2 SSD's can be mounted on the right side of the case with little plugs, therefore offering a tool-less assembly). The HDD drive bay can also be removed if you just plan on only using the 2 SSD mounts - in regards to cable management, there is a vertical bar with rubberized routing holes. This is removable if you prefer a more spacious build - x2 200mm CoolerMaster MasterFan 200R RGB fans installed in the front panel and 1 generic 120mm fan - a removable PSU cover - 3 dust filter covers (for the top, front and bottom of the case) - a vertical GPU mount (riser cable not included) - multiple zip ties in order to manage the cables inside (among other small things) So, I won't be able to touch on everything, as I don't use the vertical GPU mount for starters, but I can give insight on other aspects. First off, this case comes with many fan placement options. For reference, I have x2 120mm fans up top, x1 120mm fan in the back, and x2 200mm fans up front. I currently have Corsair SP LL120 RGB's and they work great paired with the CoolerMaster fans. Side note, if you are in the market for the Corsair SP LL120 RGB's and would like it to pulse, breath, or mimic the 200mm fans, then you'll need to purchase the CORSAIR iCUE Commander PRO Controller. Anyway, the case does come with a handy magnetic dust filter for the top of the case (fan area). 1 month later and I can tell that it is definitely doing its job. The front of the case has another mesh like structure and this allows for better airflow throughout the case. My build has been averaging 25-30C on idle with a max of 50C on high detailed games. Now, I have tried the acrylic panel and found that my temperatures, unsurprisingly, do go up: 30-45C on idle and 50-65C on load. It's not terrible temps but, while the acrylic does look cleaner, keep in mind that you're swapping temperatures for aesthetics. The side tempered glass panel is another nice aspect of the H500. It's not clear like NZXT's line, but I would say it's around 40-50% tint, perhaps even 30%. It's definitely on the dark side. I didn't realise how tinted it would be, but it honestly looks amazing. Due to the 'heavier' tint, the cables inside are pretty much invisible and the RGB/lightning looks like its coming through the darkness. Honestly, it looks great and is definitely something I didn't know I wanted for my build. The x2 200mm fan does deserve a mention as well, but this one's not as positive. It could be the lack of experience with RGB fans, but the cables were confusing as heck to pair with respective wires. I've didn't even spend as much time on the rest of the build combined compared to the fan wires themselves. I'm not going to lie when I say I cried a little out of frustration. The instructions aren't very helpful. If I remember correctly, the RGB cables were pinned into cables that were unnecessary towards the whole build. Figuring out that cable was not necessary took an amazingly stupid amount of time. After taking out the unnecessary cables and then figuring out the appropriate ones, it was smooth sailing after that. I'm not sure why it's become the new standard, but pictorial instructions are ridiculous. I can only imagine how difficult it would be for someone just starting out. Cable management wise, there's really not much to say. It's superb and there's nothing difficult about it. You'll definitely need more zip ties than provided if you want a cleaner look. Also, the provided ties are surprisingly very thin so may snap easily if you stress it enough. There are notches on the cable side of the tower that allow you to zip tie cables on. Make sure to not zip tie in the panel grooves though. The rubberized routing holes and removable vertical bar is also appreciated. Some small thing that don't really detract but should be mentioned: if you're not going to fill the inside of this case, then be prepared to hear A LOT of air being pushed around. I have a lot of open space and it does sound cavernous. Also, this case is very much on the heavy side. It weighs a whopping 23.2lbs, maybe 30lbs+ after all the components are installed, compared to NZXT's 17.9lbs. If you've stuck it out and read through my long speech, then in short I highly recommend this case. I've been very pleased with it and I'm glad I took a chance. Like a lot of people have been saying, don't go for any other H500 (for example, H500P or H500M). Just stick with the H500-NO SUFFIX. It is Cooler Master's best - as of right now - and pretty much offers everything required for a high end build. This is a great starter case, offering excellent airflow and enough space to experiment around with. You won't be disappointed.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Memo - Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018
Love the case
Fantastic case and easy to work with.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jim Williams - Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2018
A very good case. Awesome air flow, and easy to build in.
I love the Mastercase H500. It has great air flow, is awesome looking, was large enough for mounting the GPU vertically without the tempered glass side smoothing the fans while making cable management a breeze. It came with 2 200mm RGB fans in the front and a standard 120mm in the rear which I replaced with a matching 120mm RGB fan. I also added a third 200mm RGB fan in the top to keep everything nice and cool. I highly recommend this case.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Z - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2018
Airflow!
A nice upgrade from HAF 922. Even though it is about the same size as HAF 922, it is much lighter. It is well built and allows for good airflow with the mesh setup. RGB introduces too many unnecessary wires. Cable management could be a bit better, unless all your HDD/SDD are m.2. I uses H500 to house Asus Zenith Extreme motherboard, Deepcool Fryzen, SuperNova 850Watt and 2950X CPU. The case provides enough clearance for the Fryzen and efficiently keeps the air moving. Don't get H500p, but only H500. p is not the front mesh model.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Tech4ever - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2019
WARNING! Do not buy because of rgb fan connectors
Where to start... well let’s make this short and simple. I decided to buy in this case and wow what a horrible decision. I ordered all new parts for this build and was extremely excited to build. Opened the box for this case all seems great except..: absolutely no instructions on how to hook rgb fans up literally zero. The case does not come with a. Rgb controller or main hub to connect all the fans (huge disappointment). I get everything installed and working and no rgb lights whatsoever. I power pc off connect all the rgb fans (one section required molex apparently) connect then power pc on... then pop pc shuts off. This case and fans literally fried my brand new motherboard.. what in the hell, are you kidding me? I had to completely disassemble and now I am without a computer. I will never purchase from coolermaster again (I was a huge fan)

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Chris M. - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2019
Fan came DOA
i Love this case for the most part. Was easy to build in. The cable management is great. Very nice look. What I hate about it is the front bottom fan came DOA. I contacted amazon they wanted me to unbuild my pc and send the whole case in for a replacement rather than replace just the fan. Well I had to cough up some cash for a different fan. Wish they’d test their cases before shipping them out.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Steve - Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
Steve@ Gamers Nexus was Right. The CM H500 (no suffix) is darned good.
Now that CoolerMaster has this H500 all sorted out, this thing is not only gorgeous to look at, but so far a pleasure to build in.Best case I ever purchased. Don't buy the original H500P that Gamers Nexus (YouTube Channel) showed, but the most recent H500 (No suffix) case got a good review. A few things to mention: That vertical bar to hide cables IS removable, as is the drive cage. No drilling, just phillips screws. Also, the fasteners on the tempered glass ARE captive, meaning they won't fall off and get lost. Still in the midst of this build and this case DOES NOT DISAPPOINT. High quality feel throughout. Impressed!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By ItchyTaint - Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2018
SOOO MUCH PLASTIC !!!
I was under the impression this had a tempered glass front panel . WRONG it's PLASTIC ! The PSU cover is ….you guessed it PLASTIC !!! HDD cages are far too few and 0 Trays for SSD's . For $100 I expected more, and this will influence any future thoughts on buying Cooler master cases . The removable dust screen for the psu IS WAY too small . I could have bought another brand case for less that was full size and added RGB to it . It IS what it IS at this point . UPDATE . I now see it at $10 less then what I paid for mine . Looks like Next case will be a Phanteks because I know they put out better products for the $$ . I'm VERY disappointed with Cooler Master . Mother board stand off's weren't pre installed and are black making it very hard to see how to line up the holes .

5.0 out of 5 stars
By alpackii - Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019
This is a monster of a case: from average to elite builds, it can house it all.
I'm a fan girl of NZXT's towers and was planning another NZXT-based build. I decided, however, to try something new, something that would be different from my regular builds. Cue in this Cooler Master H500. It has been nothing short of amazing. If you'd like the "short and sweet" bulleted points, then just read this part, otherwise I've written a lot of information. - a total of up to x6 (if solely using) 120mm fans, x4 (if solely using) 140mm fans, or x3 (if solely using) 200mm fans - a front mesh panel that captures dust; there is also an optional acrylic panel that can be used instead if preferred (more on this later) - tempered glass panel that has two screws that cannot be taken off (so it's no longer easy to misplace). The glass panel also has hinges at the bottom so it won't accidentally fall and shatter, etc - supports ATX, mATX, or miniATX builds - has x2 M.2 slots, x2 3.5" hard drive bays (an additional mount can be purchased to support 4 more), and x4 2.5" SSD bays. 2 SSD's can be mounted on the right side of the case with little plugs, therefore offering a tool-less assembly). The HDD drive bay can also be removed if you just plan on only using the 2 SSD mounts - in regards to cable management, there is a vertical bar with rubberized routing holes. This is removable if you prefer a more spacious build - x2 200mm CoolerMaster MasterFan 200R RGB fans installed in the front panel and 1 generic 120mm fan - a removable PSU cover - 3 dust filter covers (for the top, front and bottom of the case) - a vertical GPU mount (riser cable not included) - multiple zip ties in order to manage the cables inside (among other small things) So, I won't be able to touch on everything, as I don't use the vertical GPU mount for starters, but I can give insight on other aspects. First off, this case comes with many fan placement options. For reference, I have x2 120mm fans up top, x1 120mm fan in the back, and x2 200mm fans up front. I currently have Corsair SP LL120 RGB's and they work great paired with the CoolerMaster fans. Side note, if you are in the market for the Corsair SP LL120 RGB's and would like it to pulse, breath, or mimic the 200mm fans, then you'll need to purchase the CORSAIR iCUE Commander PRO Controller. Anyway, the case does come with a handy magnetic dust filter for the top of the case (fan area). 1 month later and I can tell that it is definitely doing its job. The front of the case has another mesh like structure and this allows for better airflow throughout the case. My build has been averaging 25-30C on idle with a max of 50C on high detailed games. Now, I have tried the acrylic panel and found that my temperatures, unsurprisingly, do go up: 30-45C on idle and 50-65C on load. It's not terrible temps but, while the acrylic does look cleaner, keep in mind that you're swapping temperatures for aesthetics. The side tempered glass panel is another nice aspect of the H500. It's not clear like NZXT's line, but I would say it's around 40-50% tint, perhaps even 30%. It's definitely on the dark side. I didn't realise how tinted it would be, but it honestly looks amazing. Due to the 'heavier' tint, the cables inside are pretty much invisible and the RGB/lightning looks like its coming through the darkness. Honestly, it looks great and is definitely something I didn't know I wanted for my build. The x2 200mm fan does deserve a mention as well, but this one's not as positive. It could be the lack of experience with RGB fans, but the cables were confusing as heck to pair with respective wires. I've didn't even spend as much time on the rest of the build combined compared to the fan wires themselves. I'm not going to lie when I say I cried a little out of frustration. The instructions aren't very helpful. If I remember correctly, the RGB cables were pinned into cables that were unnecessary towards the whole build. Figuring out that cable was not necessary took an amazingly stupid amount of time. After taking out the unnecessary cables and then figuring out the appropriate ones, it was smooth sailing after that. I'm not sure why it's become the new standard, but pictorial instructions are ridiculous. I can only imagine how difficult it would be for someone just starting out. Cable management wise, there's really not much to say. It's superb and there's nothing difficult about it. You'll definitely need more zip ties than provided if you want a cleaner look. Also, the provided ties are surprisingly very thin so may snap easily if you stress it enough. There are notches on the cable side of the tower that allow you to zip tie cables on. Make sure to not zip tie in the panel grooves though. The rubberized routing holes and removable vertical bar is also appreciated. Some small thing that don't really detract but should be mentioned: if you're not going to fill the inside of this case, then be prepared to hear A LOT of air being pushed around. I have a lot of open space and it does sound cavernous. Also, this case is very much on the heavy side. It weighs a whopping 23.2lbs, maybe 30lbs+ after all the components are installed, compared to NZXT's 17.9lbs. If you've stuck it out and read through my long speech, then in short I highly recommend this case. I've been very pleased with it and I'm glad I took a chance. Like a lot of people have been saying, don't go for any other H500 (for example, H500P or H500M). Just stick with the H500-NO SUFFIX. It is Cooler Master's best - as of right now - and pretty much offers everything required for a high end build. This is a great starter case, offering excellent airflow and enough space to experiment around with. You won't be disappointed.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Memo - Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018
Love the case
Fantastic case and easy to work with.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jim Williams - Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2018
A very good case. Awesome air flow, and easy to build in.
I love the Mastercase H500. It has great air flow, is awesome looking, was large enough for mounting the GPU vertically without the tempered glass side smoothing the fans while making cable management a breeze. It came with 2 200mm RGB fans in the front and a standard 120mm in the rear which I replaced with a matching 120mm RGB fan. I also added a third 200mm RGB fan in the top to keep everything nice and cool. I highly recommend this case.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Z - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2018
Airflow!
A nice upgrade from HAF 922. Even though it is about the same size as HAF 922, it is much lighter. It is well built and allows for good airflow with the mesh setup. RGB introduces too many unnecessary wires. Cable management could be a bit better, unless all your HDD/SDD are m.2. I uses H500 to house Asus Zenith Extreme motherboard, Deepcool Fryzen, SuperNova 850Watt and 2950X CPU. The case provides enough clearance for the Fryzen and efficiently keeps the air moving. Don't get H500p, but only H500. p is not the front mesh model.