Monday, February 25th 2019

ENERMAX Launches MAKASHI MK50, an Elegant RGB E-ATX Gaming Case

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, announces the launch of MAKASHI MK50, a premium addressable RGB-ready E-ATX chassis. Featuring a subtle yet appealing RGB lighting strip on the front panel, MAKASHI MK50's exterior is minimalist but elegant. The roomy E-ATX chassis supplies 3 designated mounting locations for liquid cooler installation and is capable to accommodate up to 8 fans, which provides gamers and modding enthusiasts with greater flexibility in cooling configuration. With several modern features, MKAKASHI MK50 is a great choice for users to customize their rigs.

Decent asymmetrical front panel with unique lightning-shaped RGB LED strip creates a visually appealing look. MAKASHI MK50 supports addressable RGB lighting sync with motherboards featuring RGB header (4-pin assignment: +5V/D/-/G); users can program preferred lighting effects through the motherboard software. Moreover, MAKASHI MK50 comes with a 4mm full-view tempered glass side panel for users to show off their brilliant masterpieces.
Spacious E-ATX chassis for high-end components
MAKASHI MK50 has ample room for high-performance components and advanced cooling. The large interior supports E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards; the gaming fortress offers 3 designated areas for all-in-one liquid cooler installation and supports 360/280/240mm radiator. Furthermore, the full-tower chassis is designed with a movable HDD cage; the design can help create extra space when users would like to install a longer power supply.

For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on ENERMAX Launches MAKASHI MK50, an Elegant RGB E-ATX Gaming Case

#1
Vayra86
Here's an idea.

Make one standard OEM case and just give us interchangable front panels. Boom, you covered 90% of the PC case market.


Saves us pointless junk like this.
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#2
Assimilator
Vayra86, post: 4001554, member: 152404"
Here's an idea.

Make one standard OEM case and just give us interchangable front panels. Boom, you covered 90% of the PC case market.

Saves us pointless junk like this.
That's pretty much what 90% of these cases are anyway. They try to differentiate themselves with pointless gimmicks like RGB and tempered glass but ultimately they are boxes that you put your hardware in.
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#3
diatribe
Is there a factory in China that craps out the exact same case with slightly different facades?
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#4
Muaadib
diatribe, post: 4001628, member: 93915"
Is there a factory in China that craps out the exact same case with slightly different facades?
Was wondering this myself as this case looks almost exactly the same as a case that i bought.
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Caring1
Vayra86, post: 4001554, member: 152404"
Here's an idea.

Make one standard OEM case and just give us interchangable front panels. Boom, you covered 90% of the PC case market.


Saves us pointless junk like this.
Pretty sure Cooler Master did this already, with optional front and side panels, as well as top panels.
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