Cooler Master Unveils the Universal System P 100 (USP 100)

Cooler Master Unveils the Universal System P 100 (USP 100)

Chino, California – Cooler Master introduces USP 100, an enthusiast ready mid-tower chassis with an integrated 550W Extreme Power Plus power supply. USP 100 is a fully featured performance solution without the high-end price tag.

Wide Body Design
USP 100 offers a no compromise interior including many popular innovations from Cooler Master high end chassis. The wide body design includes over 11 inches for VGA card length and over 6.5 inches in CPU cooler clearance height for class leading support of the mainstream CPU coolers and graphics cards. A chassis width of over 8.4 inches makes cable management easy, allowing system cables to be hidden in spacious .5 inch clearance behind the motherboard tray. USP 100 includes a CPU retention hole for easy CPU cooler installation, hassle free tool-free drive bays, and an easy to clean front filter air intake.

Powered by 550W Extreme Power Plus
Answering increasing requests for more value, USP 100 combines a spacious, high airflow chassis with a quality 550W power supply. The Extreme Power Plus 550W has been field tested for both durability and performance with major graphics cards and CPUs. The combination of a power supply and chassis provides a stable, all-in-one solution perfect for mainstream system building. The USP 100 is exclusively available as a complete chassis and power supply solution.

Air Cooling Aesthetics
Taking cues from enthusiasts, the USP 100 is factory painted in crimson. Using proven all mesh front panel design, the USP 100 provides enhanced airflow to keep internal temperatures minimal. Front air filters increase dust management while reducing system maintenance. A hidden power button, red themed LED front fan, and crimson LEDs add a bold and edgy flair to any system.

USP 100 Availability
The USP 100 will be available Q1 2010 in North America, Canada, Mexico and Latin America. USP 100 with Extreme Power Plus 550W power supply will be available at a suggested market price of $99 USD. Other markets availability and pricing may be different.
 
Specifications

eXtreme Power Plus 550W

Via:  Cooler Master
Comments
mentaldisorder 4 years ago

Some nice features there, however that case looks terrible with the red.  I also don't like when manufacturers position the bays perpendicular to the case.

3vi1 4 years ago

[quote user="mentaldisorder"]

Some nice features there, however that case looks terrible with the red.  I also don't like when manufacturers position the bays perpendicular to the case.

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I could take or leave the styling.  What don't you like about the perpendicular drive bays?  None of my current cases use them, but it seems like it would make things a lot easier to install them down low and have easy access to the power/data cables.

In my Antec 900, I can't even use my upper x16 PCI-E slot because it's on the same level with the drives and the 9800GTX+ is so long.

mentaldisorder 4 years ago

Honestly, I'm not sold on the thought that the cooling would be as good as an unobstructed front vent.  The bays act as a wall and you only have a few small passages for air to move through, additionally that system would seem to only work if you had drives to direct the air to the back of the case.  Rather than most of the air getting stuck at the front of the case.

ratshady 4 years ago

I have one question!Can you remove the psu?

mentaldisorder 4 years ago

[quote user="ratshady"]

I have one question!Can you remove the psu?

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Yes, you can.

RyuGTX 4 years ago

The better question would be if they will release a variant that doesn't include a psu. That would be nice and the price should be great too! Position it to compete against the Antec Three Hundred.

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