Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master USP-100 (RC-P100)
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Cooler Master USP 100 Mid Tower Case Review
Hi Tech Legion
26 December 2010
Summary: The Cooler Master USP 100, with it's stock single fan as an intake bundle, produced high temperatures for the CPU in particular. Adding an extra fan as an exhaust is highly recommended, especially when overclocking.
The Cooler Master USP 100 is an interesting piece of hardware.
Pros: Spacious interior, 550w power supply with support for 2x8-pin VGA power connector, Tool-free drive installation., Tool-free panel removal via thumbscrews., Tool-free add-on card installation, Price, Support for aftermarket heatsinks up to 160mm tall., Support for VGA up to 270mm long, Excellent c...
Cons: Thin plastic cover on top/front area, Some edges inside the case are sharp and can cause cuts, Only one fan bundled as intake, Very high thermal environment with stock cooling bundle, No support for mounting 2.5" drives
Conclusion: The USP 100 is a diamond in the rough. It is a well thought out case design with top notch craftsmanship to boot. The front honeycomb mesh panel will certainly stand out in any room or any event you may take it to.