Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 5 goes RGB

Posted on Tuesday, July 25 2017 @ 14:44 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master reveals an updated version of its MasterBox Lite 5. The new MasterBox Lite 5 RGB model comes with three RGB LED front fans with ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and MSI Mystic Light Sync support.
The MasterBoxLite 5 RGB ATX Case is your straightforward option for your PC build that doesn't ignore good looks, customization, or performance.

It comes standard with three 120 mm RGB Fans, installed behind a sleek DarkMirrorfront panel. With the three custom trim colors that are included in the box the case is offering a great first entry point for customization.

The spacious interior features black coating and a PSU cover that allows for easy, clean configurations for your build. Additionally, it comes with an edge to edge 4mm thick tempered glass side panel to show your internal components. And with support for up to 4 cooling fans in total and a watercooling system, we ensure your performance will not suffer.
MasterBox Lite 5 RGB

* DarkMirror front panel - Stand out and be unique. Your case doesn't have to look boring.
* RGB Fans - Three 120mm RGB fans are pre installed behind the front panel to create an amazing lighting effect.*
* 1 to 3 Splitter Cable for RGB LED Fans – The RGB Connector Splitter and 4 pin male to male adapters are included. Certified compatible with: ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI motherboards.*
* Customizable trim colors - Choose from three distinct colors to suit your style, all included in the box.
* 4mm thick edge to edge Tempered glass side panel – Show off your build in style, and have easy access to your components in case things go haywire.
* Full black coating & PSU cover - Let your system stand out with an all-black background.
* Support for a total of 4 fans & watercooling - Four 120mm fans and front and rear watercooling support ensure that you don't have to compromise on performance.
* Graphics card support up to 400mm - You won't ever have to worry about the fit of your graphics card, with support for even the largest, widest cards.

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