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Review: Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t

by Parm Mann on 12 December 2016, 09:00

Tags: Cooler Master

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Performance

The MasterCase Maker 5t may look unique, yet the default cooling configuration hasn't changed. No modern mid- or full-tower chassis should have any problem taming our overclocked Core i5-3570K and the Maker 5t is no exception.

Preventing our dual GTX 970s from hitting 80ºC when gaming is a problem for many chassis in our line-up. The Maker 5t succeeds where others have failed, ensuring the GPUs didn't throttle under load.

Cooling performance is good, however noise levels could be better. We wouldn't go as far as to call the stock fans noisy, but they don't sound quite as smooth as premium alternatives. Four-pin PWM fans with rubber mounts and low-noise optimisations could make this case even quieter.