Wednesday, May 9th 2018

Cooler Master Announces the MasterBox MB510L

Cooler Master, an award-winning computer hardware manufacturer, today announces the launch of the MasterBox MB510L. A carbon-textured front panel and distinctive ventilation intakes characterize the new design.

From structural boldness to the race-reminiscent accents, the MasterBox MB510L delivers high performance looks without the high cost. The front panel ventilation offers efficient thermal performance and is also offered in different color themes. Small changes make all the difference with a choice of trim color for the intakes.
  • Carbon Texture - Racing and motorsports act as an inspiration for the carbon texture design.
  • Edge-to-Edge Transparent Side Panel - Showcase your build through the transparent side panel
  • Performance Intake - Large intakes on each side of the front panel pay tribute to high-performance cars
  • Support for a total of 6 fans & water cooling - Six 120mm fans and front and rear water-cooling 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
Building a gaming rig is a process that evolves in components over time. To align with the pace of technology, interior clearances have ample space to support future component upgrades. The MasterBox MB510L is the first step toward a new MasterBox series with a carbon texture front panel and aggressive intakes on both sides of the front panel.
Pricing & Availability

The MasterBox MB510L is priced at £49.99 inc VAT
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5 Comments on Cooler Master Announces the MasterBox MB510L

#1
coonbro
''MasterBox MB510L delivers high performance looks without the high cost'' so it can be overclocked over any case you could use ? so far mine just seem to sit in one place and collect dust

all these cases reviewed each day here and not one I'd be willing to or wanting to buy . not even for a hand me down build . just offer a solid built practical toolless no nonsense case like my old sx 630 . how hard is that to do today ? maybe to more a full tower size specs like the sx850 I use to have with todays stuff like ssd bays and usb 3 , ect.... . like latched hinged doors so you can quickly open reach in do something and close up . not spend 10 min fumbling around with cheap 30 buck case thumbscrews or LED lighting that you don't want or need or find there burned out in a month anyway . or what ever steel is used makes a beer can look tough . I don't get it .

I guess when the old antec is a goner when ever that day will come [ I don't see it any time soon ] it all wall hangers then I guess .

like one guy said here ''the state of PC cases today is sad ''
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#2
Hood
"Raevenlord said:
Edge-to-Edge Transparent Side Panel - Showcase your build through the transparent side panel
The latest trend in budget cases - plastic window mounted with thumbscrews, so it resembles tempered glass. While it's keeping up with style trends, it has to be a very flimsy side panel. Major sacrifice of structural integrity. Oh well, it looks okay for the price, at least until the window gets scratched. I don't like flimsy, lightweight cases.
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#3
Caring1
I wonder if the front panel can be bought separately and if it fits other model Mastercases.
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#4
Katanai
I don't understand why we went 40 years back in time in case design and now having to unscrew 4 screws every time you want to open your case is the standard. My Cooler Master Cosmos S ain't going nowhere anytime soon. Pulling on a simple lever to unlock the side panel is, like Americans say: the way God intended it...
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#5
sutyi
"Katanai said:
I don't understand why we went 40 years back in time in case design and now having to unscrew 4 screws every time you want to open your case is the standard. My Cooler Master Cosmos S ain't going nowhere anytime soon. Pulling on a simple lever to unlock the side panel is, like Americans say: the way God intended it...
Comparing an entry level 50-60USD case to 300USD enthusiast level, makes sense... :peace:
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