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COMPUTER CASES

Enermax Phoenix Review
By: Mike Mackenzie
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    2007-03-05

    Table of Contents:
  • Enermax Phoenix Review
  • Specifications
  • Installation
  • Using the Phoenix

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    Getting a nice case for your computer can sometimes be one of the most difficult decisions a user could make. After all, the case gives the first impression of your system. Most manufacturers have been marketing bright and flashy LED cases with clear windows and big doors to hide all the drives in the system. Although Enermax offers cases with all those features, today we're taking a look at something very different.

    Introduction

    Enermax was founded in 1990 and is a leading manufacturer of high-end computer components. Focusing on value and performance, their outstanding attention to detail and quality control ensures the end user will have the best possible product, and their technical support is amazing. If you're unsure of an Enermax product, their product support will help you make an informed decision to ensure you get the best product possible.



    Today we're taking a look at the Enermax Phoenix. This chassis is a simple no frills design, highly functional and very stylish. It was built with great attention to detail and unheard-of features such as a reversible 250mm side panel fan, a diamond cut front panel with removable dust filter, and hidden power switches and USB ports at the top of the case. It ensures that people will say "nice computer" regardless of your system specs. Let's check it out.

    Contents



    • Enermax ECA3092 Chassis.
    • User's manual.
    • Motherboard standoffs
    • Hard drive rails.
    • Case feet.
    • Fan filter for the front intake slot.

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