The Enermax 710B steel server case is one of the most feature-packed and impressive and stylish looking cases I have used...and I wouldn't have enough fingers to count how many I have used in the past. I'd even go as far as saying it's probably one of the most feature-packed cases on the market today, and retails at an affordable price of roughly $99 US - A price not out of reach to the masses like other high end cases from competing companies.
Ranging from its snap fitting fan mounts, a door, security, rounded edges, innovative 5.25" device mounting mechanism design and removable 3.5" drive bays...The only thing missing is a removable motherboard tray. On the negative side of things I struggle to find enough to talk about. The only thing to report is how heavy the case is, you wouldn't want to be moving it around too much - It's a brick, put simply. Additionally, the package I received from PC Case Gear in Australia didn't include any instructions, this meant a fair amount of guess word was needed but everything was pretty much self explanatory and straight forward anyway.
In conclusion, if you want an ATX case with just about every feature you could imagine, with the looks and workmanship to match, the Enermax 710B is the case for you.
Great list of features
Rating - 9/10
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