Enermax has launched a new range of value segment cases named the MarbleShell series featuring a unique front panel design and ARGB lighting. The compact MarbleShell series is available in two different versions with two colours to choose from.
MarbleShell MS20 and MS30 cases from Enermax are very similar in appearance, both include a font panel design optimised for airflow with lighting effects reflecting through the gaps in the front of the case to create the marble-like effect. However, internally there are some subtle differences between the two MarbleShell cases.
The MarbleShell MS20 is a micro-ATX mini-tower case supporting micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards only. While the slightly larger MS30 is a traditional mid-tower chassis featuring support for full ATX motherboards as well as micro-ATX and mini-ITX. Both cases include a tempered glass side panel and pre-installed ARGB fans that can be controlled by a compatible motherboard or alternatively by using the ARGB hub integrated into the case.
A total of six ARGB fans can be connected to the integrated hub, the MS20 comes with two 120mm ARGB fans and a regular non-LED system fan. The larger MarbleShell MS30 has three 120mm ARGB fans and a regular 120mm fan included. Both cases support a maximum of 2 x 140mm or 3 x 120mm fans in the front panel, 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm fans in the roof and a single 120mm rear fan.
In terms of liquid cooling, the MS20 can house up to a 280mm radiator in the front of the case and a 120mm radiator in the rear, while the MS30 supports up to a 360mm front-mounted radiator, as well as a 240mm in the roof and a 120mm rear radiator. Maximum CPU cooler height in the MarbleShell MS20 and MS30 is up to 164mm and 175mm respectively and maximum GPU length is 368mm in the MS20 and 357mm in the MS30.
Both the Enermax MS20 and MS30 are available to purchase in the U.S priced at $59.99 for the MS20 and around $80 for the MarbleShell MS30.
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KitGuru says: As far as we can tell, the Enermax MarbleShell MS20 and MS30 are not available in Europe yet, if they do become available over here would any of you guys be interested in buying either of them?