Cooler Master TD500 MAX Case Review

We are no stranger to Cooler Master’s MAX series of products as we’ve taken a look at their NR200P MAX and NCORE 100 MAX. The whole idea of the MAX series is to bring together a chassis, cooling solution, and power supply. This creates an almost pre-built system where the end-user can just slot in their motherboard, graphics card, and storage. This really takes the guess work out of selecting specific parts and can save you quite a lot of time as well. On top of that these type of products are great for first time builders as they are a little easier to put together than a fully-fledged custom build. While the first two MAX products were centered around mini-ITX builds, the TD500 MAX we are taking a look at today is made for full-size ATX builds. So you get a Cooler Master TD500 Mesh V2 case that has a pre-installed GX II Gold 850W ATX 3.0 power supply, and a “MAX Edition” version of their ML360 Atmos AiO cooler that has a thicker 38mm radiator and flagship Mobius 120p fans. Is this going to be another winner like the other two MAX cases we’ve taken a look at from Cooler Master? Read on as we find out!

Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing us with the TD500 MAX to review.


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The TD500 MAX comes in your standard case box. On the front there is a picture of the case. Flipping over to the back there is information about the case and a list of features.

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Opening the box up you’ll find all of your accessories on the top of the case and the case nicely protected. The side panel also has plastic film on it so you don’t have to worry about it getting scratched during shipment.

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When it comes to accessories you have your cable connectors, mounting hardware and thermal paste for the AiO, mounting hardware and zip ties for the case itself, a power cable, and your user’s guide.

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