Enermax Fulmo GT Review

Up Close: Accessories and Instructions.

Enermax Fulmo GT

 

Up Close  Accessories and Instructions.

The Fulmo GT comes with quite a size-able box of accessories, including a set of casters should you wish to make the case more mobile.  Also included are more screws than you can shake a stick at, a USB-3 to USB-2 adapter, some long black plastic cable ties as well as some very nice enermax branded neoprene cable ties,  a brace of molex adapters, a mobo header speaker/buzzer and a groovy little screwdriver to spanner adapter for fitting mobo standoffs.

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Instructions are of course multi language with plenty of informative, if rather small pictures of how things come apart or fit together to help you on your way.

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Most Recent Comments

11-01-2012, 05:56:59

Solidarity
To question the looks of this case simply because it resembles another would be a bit like saying "yeah his girlfriend is attractive, but she looks a little bit too much like Claudia Schiffer don't you think?"

This part of the review reminded me a lot of Jeremy Clarkson reviewing the Jag XK. Anyway, the first thing the case reminded me of was the CM690, only with rubber gromets inside.Quote

11-01-2012, 06:03:48

SieB
Good review and it looks like a decent case.

I have a 690 II ADV sitting right next to me though and damn they are almost identical in looks. The Fulmo GT does improve on the looks though and it is obviously bigger and has better features and options.Quote

11-01-2012, 06:32:11

sources95
Ive been waiting for tom to rip this case apart awsome review as per usual.Quote

11-01-2012, 06:49:04

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by sources95 View Post

Ive been waiting for tom to rip this case apart awsome review as per usual.
G-dubs did this review dude not me Quote

11-01-2012, 06:55:34

nothingspecial
Price is the killer for me. If it was around the £100 mark I could cope with modding the bits I didn't like, but at £180 it doesn't even get a look in.

From yet another 690II owner. And it's a white one, thanks to Snow Drift Quote
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