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Cooler Master TD500 Mesh or Cooler Master MB511

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I'm thinking of buying a new case for my PC and these two are the ones I'm debating between. Can someone tell me which one is better for airflow and other features like cable routing and management? Feedback or reviews from owners of the case will be appreciated. Thanks!

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Many CoolerMaster cases are very similar to each other. They should both give you very good airflow when equipped with at least 3 fans (only with the MB511 with mesh font!). Cable management will be very similar aswell. This is pretty much a matter of which looks you like more and which one is less expensive.


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Personally, I like the looks of the TD500 Mesh, but both are basically the same thing in terms of airflow and cable management. The MB511 RGB is $90 while the TD500 is $100. I would go with what's cheaper. Also, it seems that the MB511 is prone to either leak noise more, or fans are louder, than the TD500 Mesh.

 


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On 7/3/2020 at 7:50 AM, RusselTheMuscle said:

Can someone tell me which one is better for airflow and other features like cable routing and management? 

They are nearly the exact same internal frame, so they will be identical in every aspect of cable management (with the exception of rubber grommets in the TD500) and build quality. The main difference is styling, and the MB511 RGB comes with an exhaust fan which helps a lot in removing hot air from the case.

 

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