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Enermax Equilence: Midi Tower With Dark Glass Panel Reviewed

Enermax has been an established manufacturer of coolers, power supplies, enclosures and other PC components for many years. With the Equilence Enermax wants to offer a quiet case with a simple design and a large dark glass pane. But how the case performs in practice and whether it can stand out against the wide range offered by other manufacturers is the subject of our detailed test.

Technical Details

The Enermax Equilence is available since early 2018. The housing is only available in black. There is also a version without fan, which is not distributed in Germany.

Universal holder for 3.5″/2.5″ drives 2
Holder for 2.5″ drives 4
Expansion slots 7
Mainboard compatibility ATX, mATX, ITX
Power supply Form factor ATX
Front connections 2 x USB-A 3.0, 2 x USB-A 2.0, audio I/O, fan controller
Fan positions 7
Fan front 3 x 120 mm,
(2 x included)
fan upper side 3 x 120 or 2 x 140 mm
Rear fan 1 x 120/140 mm
(1 x 140 mm included)
Fan bottom
Dust filter Fan for PSU, fan in the front
Radiator Front 120/240/360 mm
Radiator upper side – 120/240/360 mm
– 140/280 mm
Radiator rear 120/140 mm
Radiator inside 140/240 mm
Max. Length PSU
Max. Length GPU Max 420 mm (280 mm if radiator/fan mounted inside)
Max. CPU cooler height 175 mm
Cable management room Yes
Left side panel Dark tinted Tempered Glass
side section right Steel, with sound insulation to industrial standard
Dimensions of housing (LxWxH) 500 x 235 x 510 mm
Weight Net 9.98 kg
Price € 89.46
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