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Cooler Master unveils N300 and N500 mid-tower chassis

Cooler Master launches N300 and N500 mid-tower PC cases.

@CharlesJGantt
Published Wed, May 1 2013 12:25 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:23 PM CST

Today Cooler Master announced the arrival of two new mid-tower PC chassis branded as the N series. This new series was designed with cooling performance in mind, most notably liquid cooling.

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Sporting a sleek, compact design both cases can support up to a 240mm radiator, a full mesh front panel, and a good number of vents, strategically positioned on the case to improve airflow. The N300 has room for up to eight fans, 320mm long video cards, and eight hard drives with room for an additional SSD.

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The N500 is capable of supporting up to nine fans total, video cards over 400mm long, and a dedicated SSD cage capable of housing three SSDs total. This comes in addition to the HDD and ODD bays. Both cases are available with or without side panel windows and feature USB 3.0 front ports.

No information on pricing was available at the time of writing, but we can expect to see the N series on retail shelves later this month.

NEWS SOURCE:coolermaster.com

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