Originally unveiled back at the Computex 2017 show in June, the new Cooler Master MasterCase H500P is made out of plastic and steel mesh outside with a steel body and tempered glass or steel panels. It measures 544 x 242 x 542mm (21.4 x 9.5 x 21.3-inch) which puts it into a mid-tower case lineup. It supports mini-ITX, mATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards, up to a 190mm tall CPU cooler, up to 412mm long graphics cards and ATX PSUs.
It also comes with 7 + 2 expansion slots with support for vertical graphics card installation, has two 3.5/2.5-inch drive bays, two dedicated 2.5-inch bays and optional bracket for a 5.25-inch drive bay. Cooler Master took cable management to a whole new level with H500P as it comes with a cover for CPU cut-out hole and the customizable PSU shroud, which will help users to get a clean build. The front I/O has been modernized with two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and audio ports.
Since this is pretty much a modernized HAF, it has to live up to the name of the series, so the cooling is something that H500P is all about. The two pre-installed 200x25mm 800RPM fans dominate the front and it also comes with a single 140x25mm rear fan, spinning at 1200RPM. It also supports up to three 120/140mm or two 200mm at the top, up to three 120/140mm or two 200mm at the front and single 120/140mm at the rear. This also means that it supports up to 360mm radiators at the front and top (maximum thickness of 55mm) and 140mm at the rear.
According to Cooler Master, the MasterCase H500P should be available as of today with a suggested retail price of US $149.99/€149.99.