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    Default Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    Introduction If there’s one thing that can definitively be said of Enermax, they are very good at offering a compelling product for a very reasonable price. From their diverse portfolio of fans to their CPU coolers, cases and power supplies, Enermax ultimately winds up being a brand that goes on most people’s list of “considerations for my next build/upgrade.” In the current market this matters more than ever, as most are trying to pinch every penny they can but also want to retain as much quality and as many features as possible. Enermax has spotted an otherwise rather dull segment of ATX-mid cases and seeks to inject some more “oomph” with their new lineup of affordable cases called the iVektor series.

    Arriving in either white, red, or black we will be exploring whether or not this lineup continues the trend set by it’s predecessors of offering a lot for a little. Let’s delve a bit deeper as we explore an Enermax iVektor in white.

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    Default Re: Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    Great review Mike of a nice budget case thanks for posting

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    Default Re: Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    Your right, Not a bad budget case at all. I like the look of the outside more then i do the insides. They didnt allow much in the way of water cooling or even AIO coolers. Overall its a solid budget case. Great job mike!
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    Default Re: Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    Nice budget case good review very well covered

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    Default Re: Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Your right, Not a bad budget case at all. I like the look of the outside more then i do the insides. They didn't allow much in the way of water cooling or even AIO coolers. Overall its a solid budget case. Great job mike!
    Agreed. Then again, either one of us demands a bit more from our hardware than a case like this is supposed to be able to support anyway x-). However with the right combination of motherboard and PSU you COULD still get away with a 240 in the roof like a NexXxos 30mm and another 120mm in the floor, should be enough for a card and a CPU (only if you REALLY REALLY REALLY like THIS EXACT case x-p).

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    Default Re: Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    For those that are into cooling with air, this looks good. I like Enermax fans and have had good luck with them in the past.
    The same goes for their ETS-T40 line of CPU Coolers. They have a design team that ensures that their gear looks just as good as it performs.

    Thanks for the review Mike. It was a good read.
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    nice review Mike and a decent case.
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    Default Re: Enermax iVektor ATX Mid Tower Review

    Great review Mike!!

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