|Item Model Number||MCB-B520-KANN-S01|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 10 x 10 cm; 1 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10 x 10 x 10 centimetres|
|Item Weight||1 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||18 June 2020|
Cooler Master MasterBox MB520 - ATX PC Case with Tinted Front Panel, Racing Intakes, Transparent Side Panel, Flexible Air Flow Configurations - Black Accent
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|Item weight||1 Kilograms|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||10 x 10 x 10 centimetres|
About this item
- DARKMIRROR FRONT PANEL - The front panel features a smooth reflective finish with tinted transparency and dual air intakes for optimal inward airflow, while the top panel comprises of a perforated mesh for maximum exhaust volume.
- MULTIPLE FAN AND RADIATOR CONFIGURATIONS - Front: 3 x 120mm, 2 x 140mm* fans, and up to a 360mm radiator with a maximum thickness of 50mm excl. fans. Top: 2 x 120/140mm fans and up to a 240mm radiator. Rear: 1 x 120mm fan and radiator.
- EDGE-TO-EDGE TRANSPARENT SIDE PANEL - Showcase your build through the lightweight acrylic side panel.
- EXPANDING THE POSSIBILITIES - Spacious interior layout accommodates standard form factor ATX motherboards for gaming needs (Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, Standard ATX).
- COMPONENTS CLEARANCE / CABLE MANAGEMENT - Supports CPU coolers (air/liquid) up to a height of 165mm, graphic cards (GFX) up to a length of 410mm and power supplies (PSU) up to a length of 180mm. GFX cables can be routed directly through the PSU shroud rubber grommet. The storage trays, hidden in the PSU shroud, can mount an SSD and HDD simultaneously.
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The MasterBoxMB520 focuses on aesthetics and showmanship with a fully transparent front panel. For rigs built with lighting as a concentration, the front panel offers a transparent view through the panel while having the aggressive intakes to ensure airflow. The aggressive ventilation on the DarkMirror front panel cools the system while the ventilation on the top panel offers additional thermal support. Building a gaming rig is a process that evolves in components over time. To align with the pace of technology, interior clearances have ample space to support future component upgrades. The chassis and PSU shroud are powder-coated in black to help compliment your build while the edge-to-edge transparent side panel shows it off.
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This review is from a view of someone who owns a P400a from phanteks and built my brother a pc in this case
- Came with 4 Fans
- Decent air flow
- Nice aesthetic
- Easy enough to build in
- Not as good airflow as fully mesh front which i thought this case was, its not but thats my mistake.
- Cable for motherboard holes are too low for ITX boards to run cables neatly
- Compared to my Phanteks P400a which is same price its surprisingly loud.
- The attachment for the lights were wrong, There's no way to make the 3Pin Rgb to the 4Pin ARGB on my b450 ROG board
Not a bad case by any means, the front intake could definitely be improved, also standardise the RGB fans. I would choose the P400a but this does come with a rear fan even if its not RGB
1) I wish the glass panel was not a full glass panel as it doesn't allow any airflow to come from/out of the side of the case.
2) My airflow is coming in from the front, and out of the back. I have only got default fans you get with the case and the CPU fan helping push the air out the back. The dust filters on the front of the case can easily fill up. I could be wrong, but I don't think there is a way to remove these filters to clean them. I wish I had got a case with a flat front with a filter you can easily remove. I think having a flat front would allow for better airflow altogether. Unfortunately, I can't confirm this.
3) The case fan on the back of the PC gets very loud when playing more intense games. This could be from the vibration of the fan hitting the case. I may need to screw it in tighter or have a washer to fix this.
All in all, the case is fine. It fits my needs. I would probably go with something else though. Something with better airflow in mind. I only got this one because I saw Linus do a video with it testing thermals and found you really only need the default fans for efficient airflow. I liked the thermals he was getting so I got this case