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Enermax CS-528 & CS-718 Series Aluminum Cases Review

When you hear about modified aluminum casing, you don't generally think of the word "affordable" in the same sentence. Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at a pair of Enermax enclosures that somehow fit into both of the above mentioned categories. Pre-modded aluminum are generally expensive, but we'll see if you can make a cheaper product and still maintain any sort of quality!

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 4, 2003 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Enermax

 

Introduction

 

When you hear the name Enermax, the first thing you generally think of is power supplies. These folks have been making quality power supplies for quite a while, some of which you can even see reviewed here at TweakTown. But today isn't a PSU write-up. No, it is something else that the good folks at Enermax have been spending time on.

 

Custom enclosures, particularly aluminum models, have been on the wish list of many a computer enthusiast. But lets face it, the costs associated with this type of case tends to be rather high. But Enermax has decided to do something about this; namely by making an aluminum case with side panels for an affordable price.

 

Today we'll be taking a look a pair of these affordable cases and see what they have to offer. We've always heard that you get what you pay for, but we want to see if a more reasonably priced pair of cases can offer up some workable cooling, good looks and features to keep us happy.

 

So sit back and enjoy as we take a stroll through the insides and outsides of these aluminum outer garments for your rig.

 

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