Enermax is releasing a new case, the Coenus GT. The Coenus GT is a big case, and thus supports motherboards that are up to XL-ATX. Targeted at gamers, it is also possible to mount up to four discrete graphics card in the housing. The case also has four rubberized cutouts for water cooling tubing.
Connectivity is done with four USB 3.0 ports and HD audio. Above the front I/O buyers will find the reset and power switch.
The Coenus GT is still in the prototyping phase, so this might not even be its final form. No word on availability either, but pricing is expected to be around €120.
Beyond the Coenus GT, Enermax will also come with a renewed Fulmo, the Fulmo ST. The tower will be a little wider, support up to three graphics cards, a 240 mm rad, and users will be able to mount up to a total of ten 2.5" or 3.5" drives. No word on its pricing.
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this might not even be its final form.
You mean it gets worse?!!
You bet they can!Reply
Sauron's eye in the first picture!Reply
What's with the recent trend of designing cases to look like they belong on the set of cheesy scifi movies?Reply
Looks like a HAF X or 932 to me.Reply
DevoteiconWhat's with the recent trend of designing cases to look like they belong on the set of cheesy scifi movies?Reply
I have a couple of friends who would fall in love with this.
That looks awfully similar to the Thermaltake Chaser MK1. What's funny is more and more cases are trending a very similar (albeit a good) design.Reply