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Enlight EN-7233 ATX Casing - FrostyTech.com Enlight EN-7233 ATX Casing
Fri Dec 15, 2000 | 2:20A| PermaLink
You might have remembered one of the main flaws of the Enlight cases were the heavy and bulky single U piece covers. Now, Enlight has fixed this problem with the usage of two slide off panels on the side. The top piece however, is unremovable which can make it difficult to add custom top "blow holes" for more efficient cooling. Nevertheless, the addition of the slide off side panels are a very welcome addition to the Enlight line of cases. The Enlight EN-7233 is an excellent case overall. I am using it personally for my workstation and it has proven itself to be a stable and effective all in one case with lots of features often found in cases costing much more. I purchased my unit at the MidValley IT World for about US$50 (which is around RM200 for our Malaysian readers) and this is truly an excellent price for a case with so much to talk about. Things can only get better when you modify it for even better cooling performance.
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