The new CiT Master is an excellently designed Mid–Tower Gaming case with a front panel made of both Mesh & ABS, accompanied by two ARGB LED strips. The latest addition to the CiT family has the perfect balance of aesthetics and performance. Features
Airflow is at the forefront of the design, with half of the front panel made using fine mesh this allows large volumes of air to be easily taken in to your system.
The master has room for various cooling configurations with space for up to 6 fans. This case is more than capable of keeping even the most demanding system cool.
No controller is needed, built in to the LED strips is an IC connection that allows you to sync your ARGB fans with your ARGB LED strips.
You can change the colour mode using the LED button or through your motherboard with 3 Pin AURA and VDG connectors included.
The left side, made from 4mm tempered glass allows the user to show off their build and show off the light coming from the two included ARGB fans.
The I\O panel, located on the top gives you easy access to the two USB2.0, one USB3.0 ports and HD Audio (Headphone and Microphone) allowing for connection to a variety of different devices. The chassis supports GPUs that are a 315mm in length and CPU coolers that are max. height of 154mm.
Design - The Master is a well thought out PC case with room to fit an ATX motherboard and a large mesh cut out situated on the front enables direct airflow. Two ARGB fans and two ARGB LED strips included create a stunning gaming atmosphere, the Master stands tall in any gaming environment.
Cooling Support - With plenty of cooling support, the CiT Master has the ability to install up to six fans and room to install up to a 280mm water cooling radiator at the front, a 240mm radiator at the top and a 120mm radiator at the back.
Motherboard Sync - You can now take your colour customisation to new levels with the included ARGB motherboard connector, simply connect the 3pin to your motherboard and you can use the mobo software to sync your fans the way you like. Not only does the Master include a 3 Pin AURA but it comes with a VDG connection, compatible with ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte RGB Fusion.
Easily Sync Your LED Lighting - A smarter and cleaner way to sync your components (fans and LED strips) no hub is required. This unique design enables you to connect your fans and LED strips using the built in IC that is included in the LED strip and by using the 3 Pin 5V Male and Female connections you can control them using the included LED button or through your motherboard set up.
Tempered Glass - A full left side tempered glass panel has been included allowing the user to show off their internal components and it allows you to show off the glow from the ARGB fans.
CiT Master Gaming, Mid Tower Case, with Tempered Glass Window, Black, 2x 120mm ARGB LED Fans, ATX/M-ATX/Mini-ITX is rated
Rated 4 out of
Very good for the money
I've built in a range of cases, and this case offers very good value, offering a similar building experience to £70 Corsair cases
It looks great, has easy cable management aswell as plenty of front io, cable tie-downs, and holes in the motherboard tray, aswell as pre-applied standoffs. I opted for the tempered glass case, unlike the other reviewer, which looks good, is attached via thumbscrews, and was completely wrapped in plastic packaging when it arrived to prevent scratches
It was well packaged, and even came with a motherboard speaker!
I've removed a star, as the fans are Molex and not PWM, they're not noisy, but I feel like this was a cheap out and my build could be quieter
RGB is pre-wired to led button on the front, just plug in all the 3pin connectors to each other, plug in the SATA power and that's the RGB sorted, very simple
Date published: 2020-05-11
Rated 4 out of
Sturdy build but several compromises to save on cost
The frame itself is sturdy and easy to assemble in. One issue with the cpu power cable cut out is that the position makes it almost impossible to use. I needed to flatten the cable and run it under the motherboard for it to fit.
Also the included argb fans are Sata powered so run at fixed speeds and can not be controlled. They do however look quite nice and run quiet at the one speed they have.
Date published: 2020-05-08