Tuesday, February 11th 2020

Cooler Master Launches the MasterBox MB311L ARGB and MasterBox MB320L ARGB Desktop Computer Cases

Cooler Master today announces two mATX ARGB Towers: the MasterBox MB311L ARGB (Mesh Front Panel) and MasterBox MB320L ARGB (Acrylic Front Panel). Following in the principles of the award-winning MB Series, versatility is paired with presentation to ensure that any gaming system built inside the MB300 series looks as good as it performs.

MasterBox MB3LL ARGB: Mesh Front Panel
The MasterBox MB311L ARGB is a Micro-ATX airflow PC case pre-installed with two ARGB fans and made to be built with the latest gaming hardware. The front panel's façade is made entirely of Fine Mesh, placed between two honeycomb vents on either side to maximize airflow.

MasterBox MB320L ARGB: DarkMirror Acrylic Front Panel
The MasterBox MB320L ARGB is a Micro-ATX PC case with two pre-installed ARGB fans and honeycomb mesh ventilation on either side of the DarkMirror front panel. The DarkMirror acrylic front panel is smoked a shade darker to sharpen the contrast of the ARGB fans pre-installed behind it, highlighting its best features.
Tempered Glass and ARGB on-a-Budget
The case includes a tempered glass side panel and two pre-installed 120 mm ARGB fans for $59.99 - ideal for builders on a budget.

Pricing & Availability
The MasterBox 311L ARGB and MasterBox 320L ARGB are available for preorder on Amazon for $59.99.

For more information, please visit:
MB311L ARGB: www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-MasterBox-Airflow-Tempered/dp/B0842TKK19
MB320L ARGB: www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-MasterBox-Airflow-Tempered/dp/B0842T2KWZ
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7 Comments on Cooler Master Launches the MasterBox MB311L ARGB and MasterBox MB320L ARGB Desktop Computer Cases

#1
DZero85
Nice case for 59. If only they could design a side panel that doesnt have thumbscrews protuding to the side, that would be perfect...
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#2
kapone32
This is the first case review that has been done on TPU that makes me want it. At $59.99 it is to me really good value. Even though I would have preferred 140MM fan support for all (I am so past 120MM fans).
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#3
EarthDog
kapone32
This is the first case review that has been done on TPU that makes me want it. At $59.99 it is to me really good value. Even though I would have preferred 140MM fan support for all (I am so past 120MM fans).
This is mostly a copy/paste press release and news, not a review. :)

This is a case review - www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/ibuypower-snowblind.262182/
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#4
kapone32
EarthDog
This is mostly a copy/paste press release, not a review. :)
I just remembered that. The reviews should be nice though as the case seems to be small enough to allow for direct airflow from the front to the back. I am hoping that we can fit a 280MM rad on the top as well.
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#5
bonehead123
Based on what I see in the here & on da 'Zon, here is MHO :)

The GOOD:

A) Price
B) Mesh intakes
C) Fans & splitter included
D) Adjustable/removable drive cage

The BAD:

A) No USB C on front I/O Panel
B) Doesn't seem to support vertical GPU mounting

The FUGGGLY:

A) Protruding screws
B) Extremely tight clearances for Rads, which makes for difficult, time consuming installs/removals
C) Except for the front panel, essentially just moar of the s.o.s.s rectangular boxen, lacking any kind of innovative design whatsoever
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#6
DoomDoomDoom
It's 2020 and manufacturers are still using acrylic panels. Yuck.

My CM 690 III has an acrylic window and it scratches/collects sediment so easily. Mesh, TG, or no window on new cases, please.
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#7
UltraThicc
Manufacturers are using acrylic because it is cheap.
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