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ENERMAX Intros LIBLLUSION LL30, an ATX Mid-Tower Case with SquA RGB fan

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ENERMAX Intros LIBLLUSION LL30, an ATX Mid-Tower Case with SquA RGB fan

ENERMAX Intros LIBLLUSION LL30, an ATX mid-tower case with SquA RGB fan

 

May 8, 2020 – ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, launches a new addressable RGB computer case, LIBLLUSION LL30, featuring minimalist front panel design, and addressable RGB lighting synchronization ready. The additional one SquA RGB fan at the rear of the case further enhances the chassis’s overall cooling performance and lights up the back area of the system as well.

Having the line-style vents, the glow of the addressable RGB strips in the front can penetrate the vents to deliver a unique balance-shape lighting effect. Combined with the minimalist front panel design, LIBLLUSION LL30 is a simple and elegant computer case.

LIBLLUSION LL30 supports addressable RGB lighting synchronization with motherboards featuring RGB header (3 pin assignment is 5V/D/G); users can program preferred lighting effects via the motherboard software. Moreover, for those who don’t use the ARGB-ready motherboards, the built-in integrated hub allows you to control the lighting synchronization of 6x addressable RGB devices through the lighting control button on the I/O panel.

The interior structure of LIBLLUSION LL30 offers sufficient space for high-end components and advanced cooling. It offers 3 designated mounting places for AIO liquid coolers; the case supports radiators from 120mm to 360mm in size depending on the position. The removable HDD cage provides extra space for longer-chassis PSU; users can further easily access the installed PSU by the detached PSU side cover.

LIBLLUSION LL30 is an ATX mid-tower computer case along with one SquA RGB fan at the rear. It has a simplistic elegant lighting style front panel design.

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  • Michael Tseng