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Enermax LuxuRay ATX Midi Tower Review

The case is very light, especially after I had just stripped down the heavyweight Bitfenix Colossus. I think one of the side panels on the Colossus weighs more than the whole Luxuray case.

Internally the case is painted black which is a popular and somewhat common feature in 2010. There are no inconsistencies in the application, which impressed us.

At the bottom is a dust filter for the PSU air intake, another surprising addition for such a modestly priced budget case.

At the rear is a 120mm fan which is set to exhaust warm air outside the chassis. The 120mm intake fan rests in front of the hard drive bay, directly blowing cool air over it.

There is a motherboard cutout space to aid a system build for people who use a backplate cooler.

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