Enermax Phoenix Adds Enthusiast Features

Enermax has been around longer than most other ATX case manufacturers, yet the company has rarely caused a stir: Its latest Phoenix could change this.

Features include aluminum mini-doors to protect drives during transportation, a 25CM side fan with rim-mounted controls, and top panel connectors with four USB and one eSATA data port. The case retains Enermax's medium thickness carbon steel structure for added protection against component damage, and also supports up to two front and two rear 120mm added fans.

Five front 5.25" bays and a huge 250 mm fan dominate the Enermax Phoenix exterior

The side fan features rim-mounted power, direction, and speed controls

"Front Panel" ports are located at the top, with four USB and a single eSATA port for data transfer

Thomas Soderstrom
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