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Enermax presents two new high-end cases

Enermax presents two new high-end cases

Hamburg, 10th of February 2011. In January, Enermax introduced its new flagship midi tower for gamers, Hoplite. However this is just the beginning of the new generation of Enermax cases, which will be presented on CeBIT in Hannover for the first time.

Hoplite: Excellent Cooling and First-class Data Management
Its strong, steel mesh front shield is the most striking feature of the high-end case Hoplite, which stands out among other midi towers thanks to its powerful cooling system and range of functions that make it suitable for today’s high-performance components. Furthermore, Hoplite is designed for an efficient data management. It is equipped with two easy accessible 3.5” hot-swap hard disk bays in the front base, a 2.5”/3.5” hot-swap hard disk dock and two high-speed USB 3.0 interfaces at the top.

For technical details and photos please see: Hoplite

Premiere: The New Case Generation from Enermax
During CeBIT, Enermax will reveal two new high-end cases, now only referred to as ECA5020 and ECA3230. They are designed with passion for real hardware enthusiasts, offering much more space for powerful components, an advanced cooling system and maximum flexibility for future extensions. With dimensions of 620 x 234 x 568mm (D x W x H), the new Full Tower ECA 5020 is a giant. It accommodates up to 20 case fans, four graphics cards and 14 optical and hard disk drives. Even the oversized EATX or HPTX server mainboards can be fitted into this new Enermax tower. The ECA3230 however is a new midi tower with a robust structure and helpful mechanisms for a quick and comfortable system build as well as a flexible, high-performance cooling system.

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