The N300 and N500 are the first releases in Cooler Master’s new N series of compact mainstream cases.
Cooler Master advertises its new N300 and N500 mid-tower ATX cases as having been “designed with cooling performance in mind." To that end, the cases feature liquid cooling support with room for up to 240 mm radiators, a full mesh front panel, and offer provisions to mount up to eight 120 mm cooling fans on the N300 and up to seven 120 mm and two 140 mm fans on the N500.
The N300 features two 5.25” drive bays, eight 3.5” bays, a single dedicated SSD slot, and supports graphics cards of up to 320 mm in length. The N500 features three 5.25” drive bays, four 3.5” bays, a “dedicated tool-less SSD cage” for up to three 2.5” SSDs, and can support graphics cards of up to 400 mm in length.
Both cases are available in four distinct configurations, with or without a windowed side panel and with a choice of either two USB 3.0 ports (N2 Edition) or with a single USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports (N1 Edition) on the front panel.
The Cooler Master N300 and N500 chassis will be available this month in the EU with prices that “may vary by region.”