Tuesday, November 8th 2011

ENERMAX Announces New, Capacious Fulmo Series Cases

ENERMAX is pleased to announce the new flagship tower series: Fulmo GT and Fulmo. They are the fusion of performance and style, with exceptional compatibility and ease-of-use design. This series comes in both full-tower and mid-tower sizes, each providing different configurations. The Fulmo and Fulmo GT meet different demands from advance users to performance craving enthusiasts.

A Monster Is Never Full
Fulmo GT is a HPTX MB-supported full-tower case. Its jaw-dropping volume allows massive storage of up to 14 devices, dual PSU mounts, and quad VGA cards with 425mm /16.73 inches in depth with astonishing support for 15 to 20 fans.

Newly-adopted 18cm Vegas LED fans with multi-lighting keeps you delighted by its nice effects. An integrated fan speed knob allows total control of three fans to provide dynamic thermal solution for systems under different loads. In addition, there are more than sufficient USB 3.0 ports with one external SATA dock that makes massive data transfers in no time.

Whether you are looking for a robust workstation or want to build an ice fortress for your hard-core gaming rig, Fulmo GT is definitely your answer!

No more struggling for inches
Though packed in mid-tower size, there is no compromise on its performance. Fulmo proposes a real novel solution for space restrictions, which allows up to 410mm/16.14 inches of clearance for VGA card installations, and saves struggling for inches or trade-off between HDD devices.

In addition, the Fulmo has upgradability for triple VGA cards and a total of 10 to 14 fan mounts, makes it the ideal choice to maintain pleasant temperature while keeping extreme visual experience.

Sharing the same design attributes with Fulmo GT, the Fulmo inherits the fan LED control, top USB 3.0 interface, and external SATA dock. All in all, Fulmo surpasses rivals both functionally and aesthetically.
For more information, visit the product pages of Enermax FulmoGT, Fulmo Advance, and Fulmo Basic.
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19 Comments on ENERMAX Announces New, Capacious Fulmo Series Cases

#1
N-Gen
Is it just me or does it look a lot like the new Rosewill case?
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#3
micropage7
but the material looks pretty solid.
nice case
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#4
Fx
dual PSUs? what is the purpose of that when you can buy a single 1500w PSU to handle anything you can throw at it?

that is just overkill
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#5
bbmarley
single psu wont handle quad 580s and x2 xeons in a sr2
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#6
Sasqui
by: Fx
dual PSUs? what is the purpose of that when you can buy a single 1500w PSU to handle anything you can throw at it?

that is just overkill
So they can sell more enermax power supplies! LOL.
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#7
Fx
by: Sasqui
So they can sell more enermax power supplies! LOL.
lol, *smackhead* I had to re-read that and then noticed that Enermax was the maker of this case

it looks like the design team and marketing division is working together well
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#8
ensabrenoir
Wow......same case multiple launches under different badges. Still nice foe enermax
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#10
borden5
this look like rose will blackhawk ,cm 690, rosewill blackhawk ultra ......
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#11
micropage7
by: Fx
dual PSUs? what is the purpose of that when you can buy a single 1500w PSU to handle anything you can throw at it?

that is just overkill
or for server setup.
so you can put 2 psu in that or place 1 psu and use the other space for big radiator example
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#12
[H]@RD5TUFF
I want one! I wonder what pricing will be like.
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#13
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
I want one! I wonder what pricing will be like.
Pricing is in the image near the bottom, last line of the chart;)
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#14
znd002
I think they make by same OEM factory with standard frame:cool:
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#15
bbmarley
price looks good for the size of it
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#16
Widjaja
Well it's not ugly and pretty good looking for an Enermax case.
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#17
pantherx12
by: Fx
dual PSUs? what is the purpose of that when you can buy a single 1500w PSU to handle anything you can throw at it?

that is just overkill
Thing is a 1500w psu couldn't handle everything you throw at it : ]
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#18
DeAtHWiSh
When will these be available for purchase?
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#19
SK-1
I usually like cases with drive doors...but this one is NICE.
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