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Cooler Master Launches MasterBox 540 & MasterBox MB600L V2 — Latest ATX Models From The Company
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Cooler Master Launches MasterBox 540 & MasterBox MB600L V2 — Latest ATX Models From The Company

by Raja IdrisJune 21, 2021
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Cooler Master has today launched the MasterBox 540 and MasterBox MB600L V2, their latest addition to their MasterBox ATX lineup and are now available in Malaysia.

Cooler Master MasterBox 540 & MasterBox MB600L V2 launched

Cooler Master MasterBox 540

With the MasterBox 540, it comes with customizable ARGB strips that radiates behind the transparent façade. You can also set the strips to match the colour scheme of the system inside with an included controller and will also sync to the motherboard for further customization.

The entire top panel can be removed, making it easier to route large radiators, install fans, and offer better overall access to the build. If you are interested in the Cooler Master MasterBox 540, it is now available for the price of RM439.

MasterBox MB600L V2

On the other hand is the MasterBox MB600L V2, which comes with a brushed finish, subtle hue, and comes with the minimalistic Cooler Master hexagon. The ATX case is a looker while also being able to house the latest hardware.

It comes with high upgradeability with front, top, and rear ventilation, offering additional mounting options for upgrade cooling components in the future, should you choose to. If an optional RGB or ARGB is installed behind the front panel, the Cooler Master hexagon will also be illuminated on the front panel.

There’s a total of 6 fans that can be mounted simultaneously, ensuring that even the most demanding builds can stay cool under heavy use.  You can get the tempered glass side panel variant at RM199 and the Steel V2 (steel side panel) version that comes with ODD support at RM185.

Stay tuned to Pokde.net for the latest tech and gaming news plus reviews.

Pokdepinion: I pretty much love the looks of both cases. They seem like they’ll impress flashy-style fans as well as sleek yet minimalistic design lovers. Which would be your pick?

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.