Cooler Master has decided, and not recently, but a while ago, that moving to ARGB is the way to go. In other words, they have revamped some of their older cases to all be fitted with ARGB Fans. In the PR Note below, they explain why.
The PR Note:
Addressable RGB was always fated to become the standard of custom-built PC lighting. Upon its introduction, the industry was waiting for the tech to become more accessible instead of only being offered with premium, flagship models. Today, Cooler Master takes another step toward this goal by upgrading 12 of their famous cases with ARGB fans pre-installed.
In the early days of RGB lighting, Cooler Master stood as one of few to take an open approach to light by using universal, non-proprietary connectors. This eased the process of building an expansive lighting ecosystem by offering a choice for preferred software. Now, a considerable portion of their most famous cases will feature out-of-the-box lighting where each individual LED can blend colors, sync to games, movies, music, and more.
Every upgraded case will include accessories, like an ARGB controller and ARGB splitter, on almost all models; the MasterCase H100 will not involve a splitter since the mini-ITX housing supports a single 200mm ARGB fan. Three cases in particular (MB511, MB520, and TD500) have been further upgraded in cooling component compatibility. Dual 360mm radiators on the top & front panel are now possible with all three models, with increased maximum support for up to 7 fans.
Reviews for each case have been available for a while now, with each model having received thorough, positive feedback. With these benefits tied to the upgrade of pre-installed ARGB lighting, Cooler Master finds a way to make their highly sought-after cases even more irresistible.
What That Means For Us:
It is straight forward; what this means for us is some beautiful looking towers that will be released soon. The question is pointed at you then, are you going to be looking at purchasing one of their updated cases?
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