Enermax Shows Off Fulmo ST PC Case

PC component manufacturer Enermax has announced the upcoming release of its Fulmo ST mid-tower case. The case is an ATX-sized case with quite an impressive amount of room for expansion. It is designed with the interests of enthusiasts in mind and thus offers room for graphics cards that are up to 412 mm long and is optimized for water cooling with support for a radiator measuring up to 280 mm long. Without removing the removable hard drive cage there is room for graphics cards that are up to 286 mm long. CPU coolers can be up to 185.3 mm tall. Moreover, behind the motherboard tray there is 32 mm clearance for cabling.

The Chassis' top I/O features a rich amount of goodies as well. For starters, there's two USB 2.0 ports paired up with two USB 3.0 ports. Next to this, there's the expected HD audio ports, along with a power and reset switch. While this may now be quite standard kit on enclosures, the case also has a switch to turn the LED's on and off, as well as a built in fan controller. The chassis also has support for up to 10 fans, along with a bottom mounted PSU.

 

Regarding aesthetics, the case comes in two versions: a gun metal gray version with red LED lighting, and a jet black version that comes with blue LED lighting. The front mesh lets some light from the LED fans through and enables superior cooling performance. The side panel has a full acrylic window, with no holes for ventilation allowing a full unobstructed view of the goodies inside.

At time of writing there was no word on pricing or a release date.

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  • I can dig it (;
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  • "It is designed with the interests of enthusiasts in mind"

    I don't think this is a case an enthusiast would choose. Definitely not one of these cases with so many better ones already out there.
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  • Is it really necessary to continue the reliance on LED lighting for case design? Not everyone wants a room lit up with various color lights when they turn on their PC. How about removing the LEDs and actually designing a quite case with aesthetically pleasing features?
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