Enermax has announced a new ATX case with addressable RGB. The LIBLLUSION LL30 is a mid-tower chassis with a minimalist design that comes equipped with 2x 120mm fans and an integrated RGB hub controller.
The case’s minimalist design is complimented by multiple RGB LED strips on the front panel, which Enermax claims provides an “elegant” look to the chassis. The side panel has a 4mm tempered glass window, which can be opened like a door and allows you to show off your system.
Out of the two included fans, only one features RGB. The fan at the back of the case is an Enermax SquA RGB fan with “square-shaped lighting” that uses the ‘Air Inlet’ design and ‘Vortex’ frame, which Enermax says should allow it to generate increased airflow and air pressure.
Besides the integrated RGB hub controller which can be controlled through the front I/O panel, you can also synchronise the RGB lighting through your motherboard’s software, including Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome Sync, or Razer Chroma RGB.
Measuring 424×205×480mm (L×W×H), the LIBLLUSION LL30 has 7x expansion slots, 2x 3.5-inch drive bays, and up to 5x 2.5-inch drive bays (2x converted from 3.5-inch bays). The drive cage can also be removed if you want more space around the PSU. The I/O panel consists of 2x USB 3.2 Type-A ports, a control button for the LEDs, a power button, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
This case supports ATX, M-ATX, and mini ITX motherboards, graphics cards up to 375mm long, and CPU coolers up to 157mm tall. Additionally, you can install up to 3x 120mm fans or 2x 140mm fans at the front, 2x 140mm fans or 2x 120mm fans in the roof, and 1x 120mm at the back. You can also install a 360/280mm radiator at the front, a 280/240mm radiator in the roof, and a 120mm radiator at the back.
The Enermax LIBLLUSION LL30 RGB will be available for €74.90, but we don’t yet have an official release date. You can learn more about this at the official product page.
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