Saturday, June 3rd 2017

Enermax Unveils Equilence Chassis with Noise Dampening

Enermax showed off its Equilence ATX mid-tower chassis with a design focus on low noise output. The case features noise-dampening material padded along its body panels. Inside, you get room for an E-ATX motherboard, or a conventional ATX motherboard with plenty of room for your liquid-cooling setup, a horizontal dual-compartment layout which frees up room for long graphics cards; and multiple fan-mounts, including along the plane of the motherboard tray. The case offers a 3x 120 mm radiator mount along the front panel, a 2x 140 mm mount along the top panel, and a 2x 120 mm mount along the motherboard tray, besides a 140 mm rear exhaust. The front-panel I/O features LED illumination.
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5 Comments on Enermax Unveils Equilence Chassis with Noise Dampening

#2
Chloe Price
Looks pretty damn much like the Define series from Fractal Design..
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PowerPC
9700 Pro said:
Looks pretty damn much like the Define series from Fractal Design..
Look, we've been over this with Thermaltake. It's a box case with pretty much no features. You can be very sure someone else would have came up with it since it's pretty much the most basic design you can think of.
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Grings
The Antec P180 was out about 10 years before the Fractal..

I quite like this Enermax one, but wonder whats going on with the top panel to limit it to only a 2 fan radiator in the top, its a shame as it looks like it has at least 70-80mm clearance from the top of the motherboard to the roof
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Chloe Price
PowerPC said:
Look, we've been over this with Thermaltake. It's a box case with pretty much no features. You can be very sure someone else would have came up with it since it's pretty much the most basic design you can think of.
Look at the front and the front intake.. If that's not "just like Define", then..

Grings said:
The Antec P180 was out about 10 years before the Fractal..
P180 was released in 2005, Define R2 2009. Not 10 years with my math.
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