ENERMAX launches a full-tower addressable RGB computer case- MAKASHI II

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ENERMAX launches an addressable RGB computer case featuring integrated two parallel RGB lighting strips across the front panel. MAKASHI II is a full-tower case, designed with a tempered glass side panel and the spacious interior space for cable management, system configuration and storage options, which can not only have a neat and tidy appearance but also a diverse system build inside the case.

MAKASHI II supports addressable RGB lighting synchronization with motherboards, which have a 5V addressable RGB header and be able to control the lighting effects through the motherboard software. (Including ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB FUSION, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome) It also features 19 essential lighting effects with built-in light control button.

MAKASHI II has a spacious interior space that can give users diverse ways to build systems. It supports up to E-ATX motherboards and graphic cards up to 410mm in length. It also supports up to 6 x 2.5” SSDs or 2 x 3.5” HDDs for more choices of storage options. Moreover, it has a 25mm cable routing space behind the motherboard, and the removable HDD cage creates extra room allowing users to install a longer power supply unit (max. 200mm PSU chassis in depth).

MAKASHI II can accommodate up to 360mm radiator in the front and on the top panel; it can also support a maximum of 8 x 120mm cooling fan installation to make the system stable by a great ventilation performance.

The price is $69.99

ENERMAX launches a full-tower addressable RGB computer case- MAKASHI II

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