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Enermax StarryFort SF30 Review: A Smart RGB Case

Enermax has been an established manufacturer of coolers, power supplies, enclosures and other PC components for many years. With the StarryFort SF30 Enermax enters the market of colorful and controllable RGB cases, all for about 75 Euro. But how the case works in practice and whether it can stand out against the large offer of other manufacturers, our detailed test is to clarify.

Technical Details

The Enermax StarryFort SF30 is available since early 2019. The case is only available in black.

Universal holder for 3.5″/2.5″ drives 2
Holder for 2.5″ drives 3
Expansion slots 7
Mainboard compatibility ATX, mATX, ITX
Power supply Form factor ATX
Front connections 2 x USB-A 3.0, audio I/O
Fan positions 6
Fan front 3 x 120 mm / 2 x 140 mm,
(3 x 120 mm included)
fan top side 2 x 120 or 2 x 140 mm
Rear fan 1 x 120 mm
(1 x 120 mm included)
Fan bottom
Dust filter Fan for PSU, cover
Radiator Front – 120/240/360 mm
– 140/280 mm
Radiator Top side – 120/240 mm
– 140/280 mm
Radiator Rear 120 mm
Max. Length PSU 240 mm
Max. Length GPU 375 mm
Max. CPU cooler height 157 mm
Cable management room Yes
Lateral left Tempered Glass
right side panel Steel
Dimensions Housing (LxWxH) 415 x 205 x 480 mm
Weight Net 6.55 kg
Price € 72.14

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