Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 3 Chassis Review

Today we will be covering the Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 3. Nothing is better than the smaller version of something great, right? Well with the Pro 3 we have just that. We get everything good from the Pro 5 condensed down for our Micro ATX builds. Having the option available in a smaller size make life way easier when you can save money and still have all the bells and whistles as the bigger counterpart. We have not had a chance to cover the Pro 5 but everything we have seen from the pictures, these 2 cases are pretty similar and offer many of that same great modular designs.


The MasterCase returns in a smaller Micro-ATX form factor.Compared to the MasterCasePro 5, the MasterCasePro 3 is smaller, lighter, and more inexpensive. The Micro-ATX size is ideal for the user who wants a powerful and flexible build in a smaller chassis.


I would like to thank Cooler Master for providing this review sample! Let us see what Cooler Master has to say about themselves on their website:

We’re all about the things that make building a PC such a rewarding experience. The sense of achievement. The joy of making and creating something uniquely yours in form and function. The freedom that comes from complete control. And of course, the thrill of bringing your creation to life without melting your components.


Roger was the first to grasp that people would appreciate toolless motherboard heatsinks, and that cooling isn’t just about heatsinks and fans, but air flow through the case as well. Inspired by cutting-edge stereo designs appearing from Japan, he challenged his engineers to make the industry’s first aluminum PC case. They were handmade, high-value, market-leading products that sold out immediately.

Now let us see what this Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 3 Chassis is all about!


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