Enermax Launches SpineRex Full Tower Gaming Case

Paul Lilly

Forget about space saving designs and cramming your computer parts into a diminutive chassis that can be tucked out of sight. Enermax is taking the exact opposite approach with its new SpineRex gaming tower for enthusiasts. This is a full tower (or "big tower," as Enermax likes to call it) enclosure measuring 544mm (D) x 213mm (W) x 521mm (H) with glowing LED fans, so it's meant to be seen not stored.

As we're seeing more of these days, the SpineRex comes constructed with plenty of mesh to aid airflow. From the pictures, the SpineRex looks somewhat similar in design to Cooler Master's HAF line, including a top storage area for your keys or loose change.

Other features include quick release bay covers, motherboard cutout for easy heatsink/fan installation, thumbscrews for add-in cards, dust filters for side fan and meshed bay covers, independent light controls for front and side color-changeable fans, a top slide cover, and modular 4-in-3 HDD cages.

Enermax says the SpineRex will ship in April for $149.

Image Credit: Enermax

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