Previously, we took a look at the MasterBox Q300L here – and we have to say, it’s a pretty good case. Knowing Cooler Master’s naming scheme, the “L” there represents “lite” and the Q300P’s “P” here represents “premium”. And today, we’ll be taking a look at what the Cooler Master MasterBox Q300P has to offer!

In an overview, the MasterBox Q300P looks like a mini COSMOS C700P to me personally. There’s something about those facet angles and the handlebars that make the MasterBox Q300P interesting. The handlebars, however, does raise the concern of them being sticky over time as it is made out of soft-touch rubber material. These handlebars are removable, by the way.

The front and top panels raise another issue, too. Remember the Cooler Master H500P? Yes – that case has a closed off front and top panel. They’re blocked by a large piece of acrylic that spans the entire height and length of the case respectively, and it’s only breathable through the openings on both ends. The same is seen here on the MasterBox Q300P.

Cooler Master MasterBox Q300P

However, when it comes to aesthetics, the MasterBox Q300P does not disappoint. It comes with a total of 2x 120mm RGB LED fans at the front, and a single non-RGB 120mm fan at the back. It even comes with a 1-to-3 RGB splitter as well as a 1-to-3 Molex 3-pin fan adapter.

At the bottom of the MasterBox Q300P there is a dust filter too.

Inside of the MasterBox Q300P, it’s actually using the same frame as the Q300L. It supports up to an mATX form factor, 2x 2.5-inch SSDs with special side mounts, and a single 3.5-inch HDD at the behind the motherboard tray. You can pretty much estimate how much space there is behind the motherboard as you can fit in an entire 3.5-inch hard disk.

One specialty of the MasterBox Q300L is also present on the Q300P, where the I/O panel at the side can be detached and placed at any side of the case. You can even swap the side panels and place the I/O panel at the rear, too. Speaking of which, the MasterBox Q300P can also be laid down on its side or propped upright.

As for pricing and availability, we still do not have any information from Cooler Master yet. The final product has not been finalized yet, but it’s close to the final product.

Stay tuned for more updates and tell us down in the comments section below – do you like what you see on the MasterBox Q300P?