CoolerMaster adds two new cases to its vast portfolio: the MasterBox 540 for RGBG lovers and the MasterBox MB600L V2 for those who prefer a minimalist design
CoolerMaster MasterBox 540 and MasterBox MB600L V2: main features
The CoolerMaster MasterBox 540 has a unique ARGB ether front panel to create good lighting with lots of customizable colors. Users can choose to customize RGB lighting via the controller even or synchronize it with the motherboard and other components. The front panel is equipped with a door USB-C 3.2 (Gen 2), 2 gate USB-A 3.2 (Gen 1) and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The top panel can be removed to improve system access, which is especially useful when installing a AIO cooler. The side panel in tempered glass it can also be easily removed thanks to its screwless and tool-free design. Inside, users can install GPUs up to 410mm long, CPU coolers up to 165mm high, due maximum 360 mm radiators and up to 7 fans of about 120 mm.
Featuring a slimmer design, the MasterBox MB600L V2 features a brushed front panel with mesh side vents and the CoolerMaster hexagonal logo. If you install an RGB fan on the front panel behind the hexagon, the colors shine. There will be a version with ODD support and another without, where the first is slightly deeper. Also, there will be a side panel model in tempered glass and side panel in steel.
The MasterBox MB600L V2 offers broad support for cooling components, allowing users to install up to 6 fans and front and top radiators, although the size of the radiator differs depending on whether you choose the ODD version or the standard version. Inside the case, there is also support for GPUs up to 400mm long and coolers up to 161 mm high. Users can also remove the included HDD grille to increase compatibility with longer power supplies.
Prices and availability
Both cases are now available. The MasterBox 540 is priced at around $ 109.99 and the MasterBox MB600L V2 at approx $ 49.99 with a steel panel and approx $ 59.99 with a tempered glass panel. At the moment we have no information on related prices in Italy.
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