Enlight are a Taiwanese company who produce some unique all in one systems as well as Power Supplies and PC chassis. In this review we will be focusing on one of the latter, a recently released model which goes by the name of EN-2413. Enlight market this case in the £50 range and claim it is designed to house cool high specification processors and components so as well as looking at the product in detail we will also test the thermal performance as part of this review.
Packaging & Bundle
Enlight ship their cases out in some very plain packaging. On the front is the company logo, slogan and web address and on the side, a small part number sticker. Inside the box we find the case wrapped in a foam bag with polystyrene at each side, combined with the thick cardboard this should give adequate protection against the most careless couriers.
Bundled with the chassis are a number of items. There are the motherboard mounts and a very basic manual which explains steps such as which holes to use for various motherboard designs. Also bundled is a mains cable which signifies the inclusion of a PSU and finally there is a plastic tunnel like object which fits on to the case side and channels air onto the CPU cooler.
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