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Enermax iVektor Chassis Series Launched

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Enermax presents the new iVektor series chassis, designed for high-performance cooling of strong gaming rigs and workstations. iVektor is a multi-functional ATX midi tower offering maximum usability and expandability. The racy design allows for an eye-catching presentation of customized gaming rigs. By integrating LED stripes or fans, the dark-tinted acrylic side window reveals what's under the hood of the iVektor. The case comes in three colors, jet black, passion red and snow-white.

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    More Grip thanks to Soft-Touch Coating
    The black and white iVektor models are coated with a special rubber skin which creates a quality and stylish appearance. In comparison with standard steel case, the special "Soft-Touch Coating" of iVektor is able to absorb vibrations, noise and prevent the case from fingerprints.

    Effective Cooling for Strong Gaming Machines
    Once more, Enermax introduces a case that is well-prepared to cool down high-performance workstations very effectively. The iVektor accommodates up to 6 fans and can also support a powerful liquid cooler with 240mm radiator under the top panel.

    Speedy Data Transfer
    Two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports offer a quick data transfer with external USB devices. The I/O panel at the top further includes a fan speed control to adjust the cooling performance of 2 pre-installed fans according to the system requirements.

    Easy Handling
    At Enermax, we not only value our users' needs and wants but creation of iVektor with a number of functions to ease the PC DIY. With our patented SlideIn ODD mounting system (patent no. M438105), 5.25" drives can be installed completely tool-free: Just slide in the ODD into the bay and it will be automatically secured. For 3.5"/2.5" hard disk and solid-state drives, iVektor provides a flexible modular system with different configurations:
    • 7 x 3.5" with the upper HDD brackets in 3.5" position or;
    • 4 x 2.5" + 3 x 3.5" with the upper HDD brackets in the 2.5" position (supporting VGA cards with up to 322 mm length) or;
    • 3 x 3.5" without upper HDD brackets for optimized GPU cooling (supporting VGA cards with up to 415 mm length).
    Cabling & Power
    30mm clearance between the mainboard tray and side panel gives more than enough space for total hidden cable routing. The power supply slot at the bottom is equipped with rubber pads for vibration reductions, as well as a removable air filter to keep dust free.

    The Enermax iVektor (ECA3310 series) comes in three colors: snow white and jet black models are with "Soft Touch Coating" and their MSRP is $79.99; the shining passion red model's MSRP is $75.99.
     
  2. Deadlyraver

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    More like iKnockoff, the case looks just like a Phantom at first.
     
  3. Frick

    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    No it doesn't. That cutoff thing i sort of similar, but otherwise I don't see many similarities.

    Looks sort of good imo.
     
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    Looks like a bastard child of Phantom and Raven.
     
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    Fugly dust magnet
     
  6. ensabrenoir

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    my first thoughts too..... oh well i'll still buy their fans though.
     

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