Cooler Master showcased the full range of Master Case series at Computex 2016.
Master Case 3
Cooler Master showcase a smaller version of Master Case for micro-ATX systems, with the new Master Case 3. The case is almost identical to ordinal Master Case 5 Pro with same design language. Master Case 3 comes with five expansion slots and over 30 cm of graphics card length room. The case also features a modular layout with removable cages.
Master Case 5T
The Master Case 5T next addition to Cooler Master’s Master Case series featuring cm storm trooper like design with a carry handle on top. Master Case 5T resembles the original Master Case 5, but with a new Crimson red+black finish.
Master Case Maker 7
Cooler Master’s Master Case 5 are well received by modders all over the world, but many modders complain about the size of the case; it’s only a mid-tower so there not much room for big water cooling or components. Cooler Master answer to this is a larger full-tower, the Master Case 7 Maker. This case has room for large motherboard form-factors such as HPTX, XL-ATX, EATX, SSI-EEB, and ATX.
The Maker 7 also has enough space for three 480 mm x 120 mm (or 420 mm x 140 mm) radiators. The case comes with over a dozen 3.5-inch drives bay and a tempered glass side panel. Grill covers the bottom chamber with space for PSU and drives bays, which can be removed for radiator support.
Master Case 4 and Master Case 6
Between the smallest Master Case 3 and Master Case Maker 7, they have two more cases. The Master Case 4 and Master Case 6, both cases are built on a slightly different design language than the Master Case 3, Master Case 5, and Master Case Maker 7, in that they don’t have the signature top-edge hexagonal element for the front-panel. The Master Case 4 is a micro-ATX tower and the Master Case 6 is a mid-tower with the similar interior design.