Cooler Master MasterBox MB600L Review: Page 5 of 5
Final Thoughts & Conclusion
Being a Mid-tower chassis the Masterbox MB600L chassis is geared for medium-sized builds and covers that market well. The PSU Chamber was a tad small for our liking but perhaps if we spent more time cabling we would have had a better outcome. In retrospect, it would have been better to wire some of the wires up from the PSU across the back of the motherboard tray. This chassis does exactly what Coolermaster claims it will do. Among those claims being able to use large video cards, larger sized ATX motherboards, also being able to house a triple 120/140mm radiator without cluttering the main interior of the chassis with a bunch of wires from our PSUs, and other computer-related cabling. In the end that will help keep our computer components cooler, while also protecting them from the outside environment, which is what a computer chassis was designed to do in the first place.
Modern PSU in the 1500W range specifically the SilverStone Silver Strider ST1500W-GS will easily fit in this chassis and for most end users a 750 or 850W fully modular will be plenty and reduce the spaghetti tangle. We would recommend flat wires on your PSU if it's in the budget and fully modular is always better partially but either should be a breeze to wire in the MasterBox. Being a Mid-tower you will have to understand space is limited but with the elegant features of the MasterBox MB600L you should be able to create a masterpiece for your MasterBox.
The MasterBox MB600L is a well designed well-engineered sculpture waiting for your personal touch to make it harbor your dream machine!