is well respected for their computer cases, and Bigbruin.com has recently had the chance to enjoy a selection of their latest offerings in reviews. The most recent review conducted was of the Centurion 532
, and now we are back with another case from Cooler Master, the Centurion 534.
I have been using a Cooler Master Centurion 532 that I purchased on my gaming computer for about a month now. I figure the Centurion 534 would be an improvement on what I consider to be a really nice case. For this review I will be moving a different test system from its ancient eyesore of a tower case, into the Centurion 534.
Before diving into the heart of the review, let's look at some published data on the Centurion 534, taken from the Cooler Master
» Superior Airflow
» Special mesh design provides the superior airflow and maximum cooling performance.
» Tool-free Design
» Easy assembly for quick maintenance and upgrade.
» 120mm Case fan
» 120mm fans in the front and rear to give your PC the best ventilation while maintain silent cooling solution.
» Available Color: Silver / Black
» Dimensions: L480 x W202 x H435 mm
» Weight: 9.7kg
» Material: Aluminum & Mesh bezel, SECC chassis
» M/B Type: ATX , m-ATX
» 5.25" drive bay: 5 (Exposed)
» 3.5" drive bay: 1 (Exposed); 4 (Hidden)
» Cooling System:
» One 120x120x25mm front Blue LED fan(Intake)
» One 120x120x25mm rear fan (Exhaust) (Option)
» I/O Panel: USB2.0 x 2; MIC x 1; SPK x 1; IEEE1394 x 1( Support Intel HD Audio)
» Power Supply: Standard ATX PS2 (option)
The Cooler Master
Centurion 534 came boxed with the standard Cooler Master & Centurion logos and full color image of the case with a glossy finish. Although the outside of the box had some wear from shipping, the case was in great shape. Removing the cardboard box reveals the standard packaging of plastic wrapped around the case with Styrofoam on the top and bottom.