Cooler Master’s MasterCase 5 was one of the my favorite cases that I reviewed last year. I awarded it a perfect 10 out of 10 score and our Editor’s Choice Award. I liked the case so much that I made it a the base case that we use for CPU cooler reviews. Cooler Master has really reinvented themselves with their MasterCase Series of cases and today they are launching the MasterCase Pro 3 case. This case is very much like the MasterCase Pro 5, but smaller only supporting MicroATX motherboards. The case still will feature that solid design we know the MasterCase Series for, the FreeForm modular system which makes relocating parts and upgrading easy, removable radiator brackets, SSD mounts, and much more. Let’s take a look at what Cooler Master’s latest case has to offer.
Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing us with the MasterCase Pro 3 Case to review.
The MasterCase Pro 3 comes in a very nice retail box from Cooler Master. The front of the box shows a couple shots of the case and tells us about the FreeForm modular system.
Flipping the box over to the back there is an exploded view of the case showing off all the parts. There is also more information on the FreeForm modular system and the features are listed in quite a few different languages.
Opening the box up we find our accessories and users guide inside on top of the large Styrofoam that protects the case. The case actually comes very well protected, better than most cases that come our way. As far as accessories go you have all of your mounting hardware, cable ties, and two molex to 3-pin power adapters.