Workmanship And Installation
It's not the hardware installation that takes up the most time, but rather hooking up the front ports and fan controller. The cables are all well-labeled, making the process easy. A warning on the cover plates indicates that caution is called for here. The plates are not de-burred and according to Enermax are supposed to be punched out using a screwdriver.
The cables for the front ports are all well-labeled in an easy-to-read fashion.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Pros And Cons
- Integrated fan controls
- Easy-to-read display
- Lots of room for computer hardware
- Tunnel system
- Open case sensor
- Integrated power supply
- No cooling for hard drives
- Metal drive rails look cheap
The tunnel is also suited for a dual-CPU motherboard.
A number of different screws are included that are needed to install the computer hardware, along with spacers, operational manual for the fan controls and drive rails for the drives.
Installation rails for the drives
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