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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- Enermax CS Cases - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Enermax CS Cases - Page 2 [CS-528]
- Enermax CS Cases - Page 3 [CS-718]
- Enermax CS Cases - Page 4 [Interior]
- Enermax CS Cases - Page 5 [Cooling]
- Enermax CS Cases - Page 6 [Lighting]
- Enermax CS Cases - Page 7 [Conclusion]
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