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Cooler Master's MasterBox MB511 RGB was inspired by fast cars

By Koh Wanzi - on 29 Oct 2018, 12:22pm

Cooler Master's MasterBox MB511 RGB was inspired by fast cars

Cooler Master MasterBox MB511 RGB

Cooler Master has announced the MasterBox MB511 RGB, an affordable chassis with a sleek design and plenty of room for high-end components. 

The edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel lets you show off all your hardware, while large intakes on each side of the front panel ensure sufficient airflow. The latter is combined with a mesh front panel, so your powerful components shouldn't suffocate inside the case. Cooler Master says the large side intakes were inspired by the design of fast cars, and they do give the chassis a more aggressive look.

The MasterBox MB511 RGB also ships with three 120mm RGB LED fans at the front. You can control these using the included RGB controller and tweak the lighting effects directly from the I/O front panel. Alternatively, you can hook the fans up directly to your motherboard to control the lighting. Cooler Master says it will work with motherboards from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock, so most folks should be covered. 

Elsewhere, the chassis has room for a total of six 120mm fans and support for front, top, and rear radiator placements should you wish to go down the liquid-cooling route. 

It'll also hold the largest graphics cards, with support for cards up to 410mm in length. 

Cooler Master MasterBox MB511 RGB

A PSU shroud helps keep your build looking neat and tidy, and you can also mount an extra SSD on it for additional storage. A further five SSD mounts are found behind the motherboard, which should help with creating a cleaner build. There's also a good 19mm of clearance behind the motherboard tray, so cable routing and management should be slightly easier. 

Finally, there's  a small drive bay in the main compartment that will hold up to two 2.5-inch/3.5-inch drives.

The MasterBox MB511 RGB is available to buy now at S$119.

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