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BitFenix Enso Mesh Case Review – The King of Budget Cases?

Rating: 7.5.

With its current price at around £85 from online retailers, the BitFenix Enso Mesh is placed towards the top end of the budget PC case market. But will its stylish looks, tempered glass panel and RGB goodness be enough for it to be crowned the king of budget cases? Over recent months, we have seen manufacturers implementing mesh into their front panel designs. Leading names such as CoolerMaster, Fractal Designs and Corsair, to name but a few, have mesh fronted cases on the market.

The BitFenix Enso Mesh has also adopted the front mesh panel design (hence the name). As we can see, the Enso Mesh comes from the BitFenix current line of Enso case platforms. The obvious and only difference from the original Enso, is the front panel has now changed from a solid plastic panel, to the hopefully free-flowing plastic and mesh design. The Enso (non-mesh version) suffered badly with high temperatures due to its air-flow restricted design. We hope this mesh solution will help considerably with airflow and therefore reduce the temperature of components while the system is under load.


 

Key Features

  • All white interior and exterior
  • Removable magnetic mesh front panel for optimised air-flow
  • Supports up to 340mm Graphics cards
  • Full cover PSU shroud
  • RGB front panel lighting
  • 4mm tempered glass side panel

Specification

  • Motherboard Support                 Mini-ITX, MicroATX, ATX, E-ATX up to 272mm
  • Maximum CPU Cooler Height    160mm
  • Expansion Slots                            (PCI-E) 7
  • Front I/O Ports                              2 x USB 3.0, 1 x HD Audio/Mic
  • 2.5″ Drive Bay                               3
  • 3.5″ Drive Bay                               2 (Usable as 2.5″ bay)
  • Fan Mounting                               2 x 140mm or 3 x 120mm (Front), 2 x 120mm (Top) 1 x 120mm (Rear)
  • Included Fans                               (Front) 1 x 120mm Fan (Black), (Rear) 1 x 120mm Fan (Static RGB)
  • Radiator Support                         (Front) 240mm x 1 / 280mm x 1 / 360mm x 1 (Thickness up to 35mm / width up to 141mm / Length up to 400mm, (Rear)1 x 120mm
  • Power Supply                               ATX & EPS 12V, Up to 160mm
  • Dimensions                                  (W x H x D) 210mm x 489mm x 452mm

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