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Cooler Master launches H500P Mesh White

Back in October, we saw a spiritual successor to Cooler Master's legendary HAF case. This arrived in the form of the MasterCase H500P, which we reviewed positively at the time. Now this week, Cooler Master is expanding on the H500P line, with the new H500P Mesh White.

As Dominic said in our initial H500P review, at its core, the H500P is a very user-friendly chassis thanks to the sheer amount of features put in place. Both front and top panels are removable, the tempered glass side panel attaches via a single latch mechanism, it has a two-piece power supply shroud that is also removable, a large cable management plate is included and let’s not forget about those two huge RGB fans. The new Mesh White version gives buyers a new color option, with a white exterior and interior.

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The mesh on the front panel of the case has two layers, a steel mesh layer and a second screen to help protect the two large 200mm front fans from dust. On the interior, you get two additional PCI slots, allowing you to mount a graphics card in the case vertically, which is always a nice touch.

Like most high-end cases, this one is built with custom liquid cooling in mind, with room for 360mm radiators in the front and roof of the case. The H500P also has plenty of ventilation for optimal airflow and cooling.

The new Cooler Master MasterCase H500P Mesh White will be available within the next couple of weeks with a price tag of £149.99.

KitGuru Says: We really liked the H500P back when we first reviewed it and this new white model looks like a great second option. Are many of you planning to build a new rig soon? What do you think of the new white H500P?

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