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Enermax HOPLITE ATX MID TOWER NO PS 4 2 BAYS USB AUDIO eSATA BK

Enermax HOPLITE ATX MID TOWER NO PS 4 2  BAYS USB AUDIO eSATA BK (Enermax: ECA3220)
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Vendor: Enermax
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Enermax HOPLITE ATX MID TOWER NO PS 4 2 BAYS USB AUDIO eSATA BK
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Rating: 9.33/10
With 3 User Reviews
Melvyn
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Review Date: 06/23/13
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It has every little thing I necessary/wanted in a case due to the fact I couldn't wait to come across an ECA3222 stateside.* Best mounted SATA dock for two.five" and 3.5" tough drives/SSDs.* Lots of rubber-grommetted passthroughs to the back of the mobo tray for easy wire hiding and a clean searching create. * Gigantic opening by way of mobo tray for straightforward heatsink mounting. * Uncomplicated to eliminate leading for adding fans. Also makes installation less complicated when you can reach down by means of the leading of the case.* No crazy static discharge when touching the front panel connectors of the case like my previous CM 690 II Sophisticated. I hit upon a modest spacing problem on the rear of the case. The HD 6850 I bought for my make installed just fine, but I ran into a spot of trouble on the rear of the case exactly where the DVI-out comes through the top rated expansion slot. There is extremely small space above the leading expansion slot, which makes for a really tight match for a DVI connector, be it on the end of a DVI cable or a DVI-to-VGA adapter. Tried it with a couple of other PCI-E cards I had lying around with the same outcome. Not really a large situation for me as I have a Displayport-to-DVI adapter to use, but YMMV. Not a huge enough gripe to warrant a loss of egg. The ECA3222 has front USB3., this only has 2. connectors up front, but no large loss and practically nothing to drop an egg over. I'm just impatient.
Aletha
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Review Date: 04/28/13
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SATA Dock and SATA bays are great. Fantastic Priced case for all the fantastic features you get like the dock and bays, cable management is good. A pleasure to develop in. not a lot area behind motherboard tray to retain all extra cables to that side. door to tough drive cage(internal a single) flimsy and has to be pulled the appropriate way for it to close correctly, but how generally you going to open that 1 afterall.
Hugo
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Review Date: 02/28/12
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Initial Develop and I couldn't have picked a greater starter case.- Roomy- Has a very good cord management- Fantastic value-- I am using this for a Sabertooth and 2600K and I like the way the motherboard sits in this case. -- It also saved me from having to take the motherboard out when I upgraded from the stock CPU cooler to a Corsair H70. Gave me access to the bottom of the motherboard for the bottom bracket and I was off an operating! None at this time - It doesn't take away from the case as of however, but I am questioning the PSU placement. It is way at the bottom of the case and appears that it may possibly make the PSU run hot. I have been operating a Corsair 850 in it for over a week and it really runs cool. No problem with location or excellent PSU? I don't know

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Product Specifications

 
With Power Supply: No
Power Supply Mounted: Bottom
With Side Panel Window: Yes
External 5.25" Drive Bays: 4
External 3.5" Drive Bays: 2
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 4
Front Ports: USB2.0 x 2, eSATA x 1, HD / AC'97 Audio
Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX / ATX
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