Back in January at CES when we visited with Cooler Master they showed us their Q300L and Q300P mini-tower cases. These cases not only looked great, but had an equally great price at $39.99 for the Q300L and $69.99 for the Q300P. On the inside both of these cases are the same supporting Micro-ATX motherboards, full-size graphics cards, 3 hard drives, and even some water-cooling. They offer all of that in a very small package. On the outside is where these cases are different. The Q300L is more subtle while the Q300P has extra paneling, handles on the top and bottom, and two RGB LED fans. Let’s take a look at these two affordable cases and see if they are perfect for your next build!
Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing us with the MasterBox Q300L & Q300P Cases to review.
Both cases come in pretty plain boxes. On the front of each box you have an illustration of the different cases.
Flipping over to the back there is a paragraph about each case and a small list of features in a handful of different languages.
Opening up the boxes both of the cases are nicely protected by large pieces of Styrofoam and come in plastic bags.
When we removed both cases they were intact and did not have any scratches or dents in them.