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Cooler Master MasterCase H100 Review: Small Case with Large Ventilation

With the MasterCase H100, Cooler Master has introduced a compact Mini-ITX case that can be used as a portable PC and as a tiny living room PC as a game changer. We looked at whether the case with its small external dimensions and the low price of approx. 65 Euro is technically convincing.

Technical Details

Model: Cooler Master MasterCase H100
Housing type: Mini-Tower
Dimensions: 216 x 301 x 312 mm (W x H x D)
Weight: approx. 2.66 kg
Material: Steel, plastic
Color: Black
Front connections 2x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1x loudspeaker, 1x microphone
Drive bays:
  • 3x 2.5″
  • 1x 2.5″/3.5″
Extension slots: 2
Form factors: mini-ITX
Ventilation: Front: 1x 200/140/120 mm (1x 200 mm pre-installed)
Radiators: Front: 1x 200/140/120 mm
Max. CPU cooler height: 83 mm
Max. Graphics card length: 210 mm
Max. Power supply length: 210 mm
Cable management space:
Price: € 62.38
Special features: RGB LED fan, RGB LED control

Scope of Delivery

The MasterCase H100 is delivered in a plain brown cardboard box that contains all important information about the case. Inside, the case is well wrapped in a plastic bag and sufficiently padded with polystyrene. The accessories are fixed in the case. Here we find the obligatory instructions as well as the screws for mounting the mainboard, power supply and hard disks. The hard disks can also be mounted decoupled. Also included is the pre-assembled case fan as well as an RGB LED controller to control the RGB LEDs of the fan, if buyers don’t have a compatible mainboard.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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