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    Cooler Master MasterBox 5t

    A mid-tower chassis for gamers taking the red-on-black approach.
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    Re: Cooler Master MasterBox 5t

    Well it ain't a looker. I really like the concept of the MasterBox series, but it still seems to fall short.

    I want a top-to-bottom set of (removable) 5.25" bays. Not that I have a lot of 5.25" drives (but controllers and what not do take up these slots), but they're then flexible for other things. Mostly the ability to put in HDD cages with fans and what not on.

    I feel all the case manufacturers have been lacking with real flexibility on the front grille in recent years.

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    Re: Cooler Master MasterBox 5t

    It has the looks that you will like for the first few months, you will then wonder "why do I have this damn thing on my desk instead of under it", and if it's under the desk you can't see it, so win-win.

    For £75 you will probably be better of with the CoolerMaster 690 III, good solid case, lots of space for drives/fans or water cooling. It just works.

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