Friday, April 2nd 2021

Enermax Releases MAKASHI II MKT50 Full-Tower Case

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, announces the new MAKASHI II MKT50 full-tower case in Europe. The successor to the successful MAKASHI MK50 is characterized by the striking front with LED lighting in a double stripe design. As usual, the MAKASHI II MKT50 also has E-ATX support and a panorama window made of 4 mm tempered safety glass.

MAKASHI II MKT50, the master of light art. Two double light strips with addressable RGB LEDs can be conveniently controlled via the I/O panel or via synchronization with the mainboard. The spacious interior allows the installation of E-ATX mainboards. The frameless side panel of tempered glass allows a full view of the components. A flexible cooling system offers the possibility to install water coolers with 280 and 360 mm radiators or up to 8 fans. The MAKASHI is the perfect solution for gamers and modders who value elegant design.
Features
  • Two embedded LED strips at the front
  • Addressable RGB lighting
  • Compatible with Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome Sync and Razer Chroma
  • Tempered glass panorama window
  • Supports 360, 280, 240, 140 and 120 mm radiators
  • Installation of up to 8 fans
  • Supports E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards
  • Supports graphics cards up to 410 mm long
  • Installation of up to 6x 2.5" SSDs or 2x 3.5" HDD drives and 4x 2.5" SSDs
  • Movable hard disk cage
Pricing & Availability

The Enermax MAKASHI II MKT50 is now available for 69,90 Euro.
Source: Enermax
Add your own comment

11 Comments on Enermax Releases MAKASHI II MKT50 Full-Tower Case

#1
Vayra86
Nice, the plastic is already slightly bent up from the mold in one of the pics. Top quality front panel it seems. Its also very cool that you get the sharp edge on one side, but not the other. Can at least cut yourself only on one hand when you carry the thing around.



What is this, Enermax's first 3D printer project?
And let's not start about the way they implemented TG here
Posted on Reply
#2
Caring1
Vayra86Nice, the plastic is already slightly bent up from the mold in one of the pics. Top quality front panel it seems. Its also very cool that you get the sharp edge on one side, but not the other. Can at least cut yourself only on one hand when you carry the thing around.



What is this, Enermax's first 3D printer project?
And let's not start about the way they implemented TG here
The glass is missing from the left side, hence the plastic appears to protrude, also the metal may be bent downwards on the top edge making the plastic front trim appear to stick up.
Posted on Reply
#3
bonehead123
And so it continues.... for yet ANUTHA lame lame same ole same same boring-assed rectangular boxen, like sooooooo many before it in the past 5 years....

m.E.h :(
Posted on Reply
#4
DeathtoGnomes
I cant tell if that front panel center section is mess or not. Those side vents look a wee small.
Posted on Reply
#5
Vayra86
Caring1The glass is missing from the left side, hence the plastic appears to protrude, also the metal may be bent downwards on the top edge making the plastic front trim appear to stick up.
The glass is installed. Zoom in, you can see the pane right there and the thumbscrews are there too.

Also, you can see the bend is in the plastic and not the case as the power on button is also not centered nicely.

Not uncommon in budget plastics, this; you can expect that power button to be wobbly as well. And it identifies this case as budget too. I hope it wont exceed 50-60 bucks.
Posted on Reply
#6
R00kie
Vayra86The glass is installed. Zoom in, you can see the pane right there and the thumbscrews are there too.
From the last pic you can clearly see there's no glass panel, and the same protruding plastic, what you see on the third pic sticking out is the rubber stopper that goes against the glass panel.
aaaand if you look at the first pic, the plastic isnt sticking out, because the glass panel is actually thicker than the plastic protrusion from the front panel.

It's a matter of perspective mate ;)
Posted on Reply
#7
AsRock
TPU addict
Vayra86Nice, the plastic is already slightly bent up from the mold in one of the pics. Top quality front panel it seems. Its also very cool that you get the sharp edge on one side, but not the other. Can at least cut yourself only on one hand when you carry the thing around.



What is this, Enermax's first 3D printer project?
And let's not start about the way they implemented TG here
How ever it's 69,90 Euro.

Either way nope not good enough for me hahaha, maybe some one will bring out one i like within another 10 years hahaha.
Posted on Reply
#8
Decks
Vayra86Nice, the plastic is already slightly bent up from the mold in one of the pics. Top quality front panel it seems. Its also very cool that you get the sharp edge on one side, but not the other. Can at least cut yourself only on one hand when you carry the thing around.



What is this, Enermax's first 3D printer project?
And let's not start about the way they implemented TG here
That's because the tempered side glass panel is removed...when attached it would be identical to the other side :)
Posted on Reply
#9
Vayra86
Fair enough. Im buying myself a new pair of glasses! :banghead: :laugh:
Posted on Reply
#10
FireFox
The Power Of Intel
gdallskFrom the last pic you can clearly see there's no glass panel,
One pic with the glass panel mounted and one without
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment