Enermax showcases a trio of cases at Computex 2024

Enermax expands their PC case lineup on the Computex show floor

We have already talked the newest PSUs from Enermax, but that wasn’t all that the company had to show us at Computex. On the show floor the company had three new PC cases to show us, all of which should be available in the near future.

First up we have the Pano 270, an MATX motherboard that features a stunning 270-degree tempered glass side/front panel. This case will also launch with support for Back-Connect motherboards like MSI’s Project Zero and ASUS’ BTF products. Gigabyte has revealed a back-connect motherboard at Computex, suggesting that the Back-Connect concept is growing in popularity.

Despite its MATX sizing, the Pano 270 supports up to nine fans can support a all-in-one liquid cooling solution that is up to 360mm in size. With 37mm of space behind this case’s motherboard tray, users should also have plenty of space for cable management.

Beside the Pano 270 we have the Air 240, a mid-tower case that can support up to EATX motherboards. The case also features an adjustable baffle at the front of the case’s PSU shroud, allowing airflow to be directed optimally towards your graphics card.

Overall, the AIR 240 is a standard looking PC case. That said, it features an highly modular design, making PC building and adjustment a simple process. The case also features plenty of mesh, enabling high levels of airflow within the enclosure.

Last, we have the Pano D58. It features the same panoramic glass design as the Pano 270, but it uses two pieces of glass to achieve this effect. The case supports motherboards up to ATX in size and can be used with up to two 360mm liquid cooling radiators. In total, the case supports up to nine fans.

At the front of the Pano D58 we have a built-in controller with an LED screen. We also have a great-looking piece of wood panelling, which gives the case a natural look.

The screen on the case is capable of displaying both CPU temps and GPU temps. It also appears to have a sensor that measures the internal temperature of the case. It also appears to be able to control the case’s RGB lighting, making the controller box a highly versatile unit.

Overall, we liked the ideas behind Enermax’s new cases. The Pano 270 simply looks fantastic. That said, the Pano D58 also has its charms. Expect to see more coverage from Enermax’s Computex booth soon, as the company had a lot of show us.

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