Enlight - 7237
I personally have been using and choosing Enlight cases since my early Socket 7 Pentium days. Having a lot of experience with Enlight cases made me want to introduce even more people to what I consider to be one of the best values in cases today, the Enlight 7237. The folks at Pyrinex provided us with a look at the latest version of the Enlight 7237.
The 7237 isn't fancy, and as a matter of record, I hate the front of the 7237 so much that I have told vendors that I would do just about anything to replace the fronts of all of the 7237's in the lab.
With that said, let's take a look at the specifications for the 7237.
|Number Of Internal 3.5" Bays||1|
|Number Of External 3.5" Bays||2|
|Number Of External 5.25" Bays||4|
|How Many Case Fans Supported?||2|
|Construction Material||0.8 mm thick SECC rustproof & galvanized JIS steel|
|Power Supply Included? - What Type?||Enlight 340 Watt|
|Sample Case Provided By||www.pyrinex.com|
The 7237 provides a good mix of both size and space, but don't be fooled, this is a mid-tower case, and fully loaded with components, things can get a little tight.
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