Enermax releases their budget-friendly Enerpazo EP237 Mini Tower PC case

ENERMAX reveals their new ENERPAZO EP237 Mini-Tower PC case

Enermax has officially released their new Enerpazo EP237 case. This case supports motherboards up to ATX in size, and graphics cards up to 365mm in length.

With this case, Enermax hopes to deliver strong prices alongside strong support for PC hardware and AIO liquid cooling solutions. The case features seven reusable PCIe slots covers, a full-view tempered glass window, and a pull handle for easy PC access.

At the front of this case, two 140mm fans or three 120mm fans can be installed. The case also supports 360mm AIO CPU liquid coolers at the front. At the top of the case, up to two 120/140mm fans can be installed. Out of the box, the Enermax Enerpazo EP237 will ship with one 120mm ARGB fan.

Key features and benefits of the Enermax ENERPAZO EP237 include:

  • Compact Chassis Design: The ENERPAZO EP237 is a mini-tower case with dimensions of 410 mm (D) x 210 mm (W) x 450 mm (H)
  • Advanced Cooling Support: It supports a 360 mm AIO CPU cooler with a 38 mm thick radiator and up to eight fans, including one pre-installed ARGB fan for enhanced airflow.
  • Superior Expandability: Accommodates ATX motherboards and up to four drive installations, along with seven reusable PCIe slots for extensive customization.
  • User-Friendly Features: Features include a handle pull ring on the magnetic transparent tempered glass side panel, ENERMAX cable ties for organized cable management, and dust filters on the top panel for maintenance ease.
  • Broad Compatibility: Supports graphics cards up to 365 mm in length (without radiator) and CPU air coolers up to 162 mm in height, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of components.

Enermax’s ENERPAZO EP237 series cases will be available in black and white version. The case is now available for sale in Japan and Taiwan. A special edition White ENERPAZO EP237 will launch in Europe this March. This version will ship with four Enermax SquA RGB PWM fans.

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