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Enermax LuxuRay ATX Midi Tower Review

The Enermax LuxuRay arrives in a plain brown box with the name of the product on the sides. The case is protected inside a plastic wrapper with thick styrofoam pieces on either side.

Enermax supply a good bundle with the case: drive mounts, screws, a fold out manual and a handful of cable tidies.

The LuxuRay is home to a high gloss finish on the front bezel, this is made from black transparent acryl with air intakes on the bottom and sides. It is extremely reflective and looks rather nice, although it is a fingerprint and dust magnet. At the top there is a space for a 120mm/140mm fan and the side has two positions for 120mm fans. Neither of these spots are populated by Enermax, so you will need extra fans if you wish to increase the airflow.

The paintwork is attractive and as good as anything else we have seen in the budget sector.

The front panel supports two USB 2.0 devices as well as a single eSATA and offers ports for both a headset and a microphone. On the right is a Power and a reset button. On the far left is a fan button, but we will look at this particular option shortly.

The rear of the chassis has 7 expansion bay positions, rubber protected holes for watercooling and a 120mm fan (supplied).

Each side panel is sealed shut with two plastic protected thumbscrews. We are noticing these being used more often, which is a good thing.

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