|Manufacturer||Ingram Micro CE|
|Product Dimensions||35.2 x 27.1 x 37.5 cm; 2.66 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||MCM-H100-KANN-S00|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MCM-H100-KANN-S00|
|Item Weight||2.66 kg|
Cooler Master MasterCase H100 Mini-ITX Case 200mm RGB Fan with Mesh Front Panel - Black - MCM-H100-KANN-S00
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|Hard disk form factor||2.5 Inches, 3.5 Inches|
|Motherboard compatibility||Mini ITX|
About this item
- Compact Mini-ITX
- Fine mesh ventilation
- 200mm RGB Fan
- ATX Power Supply Compatible
- Built-in handle
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The MasterCase H100 is a conveniently sized mini-ITX case that can be configured as a portable gaming rig, a tiny living room PC and a desktop space-saver. From its industrial construction to its entirely mesh front panel, the H100 fits neatly in the series as a travel-sized alternative. A highly compact layout efficiently uses space to keep dimensions minimized. The entire front panel and part of the top panel feature Cooler Master’s signature Fine Mesh, proven to filter out dust, provide unrestricted ventilation and makes the cleaning and maintenance process more efficient. Even with compact dimensions, the MasterCase H100 features the H-Series’ iconic 200mm RGB fan. Full-sized ATX power supplies are supported to improve hardware compatibility and ensure efficient power to the system. A handle is built into the top panel for added portability and on-the-go gaming. One RGB controller is included in the accessory pack. Lighting can also be controlled through the reset button if the motherboard does not support RGB control. Motherboard Support: Mini ITX. Expansion Slots: 2. 5.25" Drive Bays: 0. 2.5" / 3.5" Drive Bays (Combo): 1. 2.5" Drive Bays: 4 (3+1 combo): I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 (formerly USB 3.0), 1x 3.5mm Audio Jack, 1x 3.5mm Mic Jack, 1x RGB Controller. Pre-Installed Fans - Front: 1 x 200mm RGB Fan (Speed: 800RPM / Connector: 3Pin + RGB 4pin). Fan Support - Front: 1x 120mm / 1x 140mm / 1x 200mm. Radiator Support - Front: 120mm, 200mm, 140mm. Clearance - CPU Cooler: 83mm. Clearance - GFX: 210mm (w/o radiator installed), 180mm (with radiator installed). Clearance - PSU: 210mm (w/o radiator installed), 160mm (with radiator installed). Power Supply Support: ATX PS2.
From the manufacturer
Make It Yours.
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 and, of course, the thrill of bringing your creation to life without melting your components
A Little Game Changer
The MasterCase H100 remains fiercely loyal to the H Series, unwilling to part from the 200mm RGB fan despite its mini-ITX form factor. From its industrial design elements to its generous use of mesh, the H100 fits neatly in the series as a travel-sized variant.
- Compact Mini-ITX
- Fine Mesh Ventilation
- 200mm RGB Fan
- ATX Power Supply
- Built-In Handle
- RGB Lighting Control
A highly compact layout efficiently uses space to keep dimensions minimized
ATX Power Supply
Full-sized ATX power supplies are supported to improve hardware compatibility and ensure efficient power to the system
RGB Lighting Control
One RGB controller is included in the accessory pack. Lighting can also be controlled through the reset button if the motherboard does not support RGB control
A handle is built into the top panel for added portability and on-the-go gaming
Fine Mesh Ventilation
The entire front panel and part of the top panel feature fine mesh, which achieves efficient airflow while also filtering out dust
200mm RGB Fan
Even with compact dimensions, the H-Series's iconic 200mm RGB fan is included
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It can take a ATX PSU which sits above the CPU and is just ok for the newer coolest running new CPUs with normal air fans.
The 5.25" wide CD caddy has wasted space of 1" either side and underneath where excess PSU cables and front case cables reside.
Strong case with middle handle inside. I would recommend assembling your PC on the floor as the PSU needs temporary support when building.
Basic steps for this small case are:-
1. Assemble CPU + Cooler + RAM
2. Insert mobo 4 screws - wire everything up to mobo inc PSU
3. Slide PSU in at side
4. Add GPU (maybe)
5. Tidy cables
6. Add CD
That's it and reverse order to undo.
Went well with ASRock mobo and Ryzen.
Can stick up to a 120mm water cooler or a slimhero 120mm, the cooler height is 54mm but my slimhero was 59mm with HS and fitted easily with about 5mm room to spare, so this probably only counts the visible diameter.
I have water cooling in it, a hard drive on the side, a barely lying SSD inside the case, a ATX Be quiet 700w 80+ silver PSU, and a mini-ITX mobo, a AMD Ryzen AM4 one, Biostar X370GTN Racing REV.5.0 with R3 2200G and a full sized dual fan Sapphire RX 470 NITRO+ 4GB Hynix.
It is hard to put i/o shield on in my case - but everything is functional, came with 4 standoffs, thumbscrews, screws i used for standoffs for my full ATX Crosshair VI Hero ASUS PC in a other, NZXT case.
Still has a optical bay free after all this, so you can either get a 5.25 rack with more SATA SSDs, or get a optical drive, and either leave SSD laying around like i do inside the case (with this little room it's not really going to run away let's be honest) it's a good case, or m/2 drive and optical drive either way.
I had a optical drive - accidentally killed it due to my mobo's cheap sata cable, might add one soon again. The front fan has a filter which can be taken off but got ripped off a bit. Part of that case is plastic that part but most and rest is definitely solid.
No, the reason being I couldn't get all of my components in *neatly*. Cabling is a nightmare.
Anyway, I wanted to do a Mini ITX build consisting of an i7 (stock cooled), a 64Gb SSD and two 2Tb mechanical hard drives to replace my current ATX i5 second gen.
When the case arrived, I did a dummy build using the SSD and PSU - and two old hard drives and the SSD - before ordering the motherboard and CPU.
This was to see how elegant (or not) the cabling would be within relatively small confines.
My thinking was, if the build wasn't practical, I'd send the case back and get a bigger one. I didn't want to do this as I desired a *small* unit - otherwise I may as well have stuck with my current set up and simply replaced a few components.
Although the PSU was modular, I still ended up using all of the cables so a bit of a waste of time, really. If you are simply going to have a single drive and/or an SSD then use modular. Otherwise you may as well get a normal PSU. The two built-in fans use the old 4-pin molex type connectors which is a shame as they have a smaller connection on them which then goes into the molex making the wiring messy. Remember there are two of these sets of wires. I guess this is the way it has to be as there are no power supplies for the smaller types.
The first build issue I found was the SSD. The best place for this is under the optical bay where there are some mounting points. However, if you place the SSD the correct way, the screws will not go into the SSD. It's as if the holes are slightly off-centre. I don't know if this is a fault with the case or the SSD. You could simply use tape or a cable tie or, as I did, place it upside down. This means that you have to invert the cables into the SSD. Not necessarily a problem - but since the main hard drive sits on the floor below the optical drive - the power cable won't quite reach as you have to twist it. The other hard drive sits vertically on the side wall so I ended up using two power cables when one could have sufficed.
What this meant was that it was impossible to get cabling neat. A shame as adding a proper hard drive cage under the optical drive would have been ideal. Perhaps airflow was a problem if they did this?
Anyway, when you do the build proper, cables are everywhere and cable clutter is almost inevitable unless your build is simple.
The other issue for you overclockers out there is that you can't use a large CPU fan. The CPU sits right under the PSU and there simply isn't enough room. Mind you, there are coolers out there which are low-profile. I have the ARTIC Alpine 11 REV. 2 on order. I just hope it'll fit. However, the stock cooler does a reasonable job as it should.
The main components in my case are:
Intel Core i7-4790K
Corsair CMY8GX3M2A2400C11R Vengeance Pro Series 8GB (2x4GB)
SanDisk SDSSDHII-120G-G25 120GB 2.5 inch Ultra II SATA III Internal Solid State Drive
Be Quiet Pure Power L8 530W PSU
2TB mechanical Drive x2
1 x Optical Drive
Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 2GB GDDR5 DirectCU II Mini Graphics Card
( I recommend the 'mini' which saves a bit of space over the full-size version).
Overall, the unit is reasonably quiet and sound not intrusive. There is a slight murmur coming from one of the fans but I can live with it.
I suspect that the case is designed with water cooling in mind due to the lack of space available for a full-size CPU fan.
Anyway, I'm glad I stuck with the case. Yes, the wiring is messy and the inside of the case is nothing I'm proud of - but it works and works well, Also, the case takes a DVD drive (not all of them do).
Would I recommend the case? Absolutely! It's small, cheap and looks great. Unless you want loads of PCI components, Mini ITX is the future!
Great case for a compact build. Finally an ITX case that can support a Full size graphic cards, and sturdy enough to be carried around. A lot of space for anything you might want to throw in including a liquid cooling system !
I am a student and i was looking for a case i could carry with me when i go back home and this is perfect. Fits on a desk in my dorm room and is easy to carry back home in a custom case.
Really recommend this for anyone from the newbie who is building his first rig to the professional looking to build a new ITX.system.
I would recommend removing the additional SSD bracked and small fan if not required.
Makes it a lot easier to install and cable manage. With space being a high priority, I would suggest checking the pins on the motherboard you choose to put with this case as you may need to work out and manoeuvre cables from left to right, or vice versa.
Other than that, solid build, no issues with quality.
ASRock B75M ITX
I7 2600k with Corsair H60 closed-loop water cooler
Sapphire 2Gb Radeon HD7850 OC
8Gb Kingston Hyper X 1600 RAM
Corsair 750M Modular PSU
500Gb Sata3 Seagate HDD
Two external USB3.0 HDD