Thursday, April 4th 2013

Enermax Introduces COENUS Mid-Tower Chassis

Enermax, building on the strength and features of their Fulmo ST series, has released the COENUS series of chassis. Like the Fulmo ST, the COENUS features a three-dimensional black iron mesh for optimal cooling and an overall exciting visual effect. This fully covered chassis' grill mesh allows for superior ventilation for cooling.

The COENUS has 30mm of clearance for easy backside cable routing. On the side is a chic, full-cover acrylic side panel; one of the iconic features from Enermax where the builder can show off an individual or customized interior. This design with wide expansion allows the installation of high-end tower type components.

The dual internal USB 3.0 ports will keep you up to speed with the SuperSpeed transfer ability and the internal 19-pin and USB 2.0 headers will help you maintain maximum compatiblity and expandability.

By supporting eight 3.5" or 2.5" +1 expansion slots, the COENUS case has got terrific potential for expansion compared to other chassis of the same class. With this setup there can be up to 3 dual slot VGA cards installed. The flexible HDD configuration allows customized system builds such as:
  • 7 x 3.5" with upper HDD bracket in 3.5" position ( 5 x 3.5" for ECA3290B)
  • 4 x 2.5" + 3 x 3.5" with upper HDD bracket in 2.5" position ( 2 x 2.5" for ECA3290B)
  • 3 x 3.5" with upper HDD bracket being removed for maximized VGA card cooling.
To maximize the cooling performance, the Enermax COENUS can be installed with a maximum of 6 fans. You can put dual 12cm fan slots in the front for maximized airflow and the case supports ENERMAX's UCTA18A/UCTVQ18A x 1 on the top. There is also a new Cut-out for quick CPU cooler maintenance. With a bottom mounted PSU slot with rubber pads and removable dust filter it helps to keep the power supply clean. Lastly, the new Enermax patented SlideIn locker gives you easy tool free ODD installation.

The Enermax COENUS cases come in two colors, either a gun metal gray or jet black.
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9 Comments on Enermax Introduces COENUS Mid-Tower Chassis

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Could have worked, but the front is sort of ugly.
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#3
Ikaruga
Looks gimmicky to me:/
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#4
PatoRodrigues
Looks like a interior copy of Raidmax Cobra as Okidna said, and also a slighty changed copy of Ostrog GT.

Lots of creativity...

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#5
Widjaja
The front looks like the old skool robo cases.
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#7
Ghost
by: okidna
Wait a minute, I've seen this case before....

Ah, right, those interior look exactly like Raidmax Cobra.

http://i.imgur.com/g9gz1Ni.jpg
http://www.raidmax.com/chassis/cobra.html

Oh my... :rolleyes:
This happens all the time. There are so many brands and so (relatively) little manufacturers/designers.

Though not sure which one is which in this case. Enermax do make some of their own stuff.
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#8
t77snapshot
by: Ghost
This happens all the time. There are so many brands and so (relatively) little manufacturers/designers.

Though not sure which one is which in this case. Enermax do make some of their own stuff.
Yeah, Enermax makes excellent power supplies!
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yuca99
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by: t77snapshot
Yeah, Enermax makes excellent power supplies!
although the body looks the same, I like the look of Enermax. The design is so cool!:cool:

And they really make excellent power supplies,too. :laugh:
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