Enermax Goes Big with Fulmo GT Full Tower Computer Case

Paul Lilly

Good luck trying to stuff an HPTX motherboard like EVGA's Super Record 2 (SR-2) into a mid-tower chassis, or even into most full tower cases. If you're planning to rock a dual-socket HTPX motherboard, you'll need a case that supports it, and Enermax is pitching its new Fulmo GT as the go-to enclosure for an over-the-top, monster-sized setup. We're talking dual PSUs here.

The Fulmo GT is one of two new cases in Enermax's new flagship tower series, the other being the more moderately sized Fulmo mid-tower. It's the GT that lets you go all-out with your build. In addition to support for HPTX motherboards and dual PSUs, it will also accommodate up to 14 storage devices, four videocards up to 16.73 inches in depth, and up to 20 -- yes, TWENTY -- fans with an integrated fan speed knob to control three of them. USB 3.0 and an external SATA dock are also part of the spec sheet.

On the more conservative side is the standard Fulmo, available in two models (the more expensive one sports a larger fan and more USB 3.0 ports). This mid-tower chassis supports as many as three videocards up to 16.14 inches in length. It shares the same design as the Fulmo GT, but in a smaller form factor.

The Fulmo GT ( ECA1092AG-BL ) is priced at $229 and the Fulmo at $109 ( ECA892AG-BL ) and $89 ( ECA892GB-BL ).

Image Credit: Enermax

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