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BitFenix Enso RGB Tempered Glass Case Review

RGB lighting is becoming more and more important. Many gamers want ever more complex lighting concepts in their housings. With the Enso, BitFenix has launched a midi tower that even supports ASUS Aura Sync. Can the case convince for about 85 Euro?

Design

BitFenix is known for its eye-catching designs combined with its quality and reasonable price. Even the Enso doesn’t stop there. Tempered glass and RGB lighting are currently very trendy and affordable for everyone, so we find exactly the same in the case. The front of the BitFenix Enso stands out from the rest of the case. There are four LED strips in the front and the generally angular appearance is quite impressive.

The hard disk cage as well as the power supply area are completely separated from the hardware area, so that many requirements can be placed on the case. For a good airflow, a total of five fans can be installed, two of which are already pre-installed. In addition to the two 120 mm fans at the front and rear, two more fans can be installed in the lid and another one in the front. The housing is also suitable for a large 280 mm radiator mounted in the front. Furthermore, it is possible to mount two 3.5″ or 2.5″ hard disks in the hard disk cage and three 2.5″ SSDs on the backplate.

The top and bottom of the BitFenix Enso also have special features. At the bottom we find four massive feet, which are provided with rubber strips. So the housing is stable. On the top side we have the choice whether we close the case with a magnetic cover or install a magnetic mesh – advisable if fans are installed in the cover.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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