Friday, July 31st 2020

ENERMAX Launches MarbleShell RGB Computer Case Series

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, launches an addressable RGB computer case featuring modern front panel design, in which the dynamic lighting effects of the pre-installed addressable RGB intake fans will reflect from the gaps between the marble-styled front panel and deliver a stylish look. The MarbleShell series is designed with a tempered glass side panel and a multi-functional tunnel at the bottom which ensures a neat and tidy appearance inside the case. The series includes mini-tower and mid-tower versions; each version also has black and white colors available.

MarbleShell series offers 2 ways of addressable RGB lighting control, one is connecting with addressable RGB-enabled motherboards which users can control the lighting effects by the motherboards' software, the other is to select the pre-set 13 lighting effects by the top I/O port. This series further provides an integrated hub to keep 6 addressable RGB devices' lighting in sync.
System Configuration

MarbleShell MS 20 is a mini-tower case and MarbleShell MS30 is a mid-tower case.
Source: ENERMAX
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4 Comments on ENERMAX Launches MarbleShell RGB Computer Case Series

#1
Vya Domus
Might as well just seal shut the front of all of these cases at this point and have them fit as much RGB, tempered glass, marble-whatever as they want. There is no point really.
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Jhelms
I like the look. One of the first non-symmetrical cases that looks decent. Would I actually buy? Nope. But I do not find anything ugly other than the possible airflow :)
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TechLurker
Vya Domus
Might as well just seal shut the front of all of these cases at this point and have them fit as much RGB, tempered glass, marble-whatever as they want. There is no point really.
Marble would make for a nice minimalist accent when paired with all the boring black or white square edged cases, similar to those cases with a bit of wood or wood-like finish and texture. Granted, it'd be heavy, even if it was just a thin, half-cm thick layer.
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