Enermax Staray


Enermax is a brand name well known by many for its range of top quality power supplies and more recently its Cluster and Appolish fans. Something many will be surprised to hear is Enermax has its own range of cases as well, one of which the Staray we have here for review today. Available for under £35 from many UK stores could this be the bargain case you have been looking for, or looking to avoid? OC3D break out the test system to try and find out. Here is the Staray specifications shamelessly copied from the Enermax Website:
Model description Staray
Model ECA3170
Colour Black / blue Apollish front fan (ECA3170-BL)
Black / red Apollisch front fan (ECA3170-BR)
Type ATX Midi Tower Case
Dimensions D485mm x W185mm x H420mm
Material SECC
Drive Bays 5,25“ 4x (external)
Drive Bays 3,5“ 7x = 1x (external) + 6x (internal)
Expansion slots 7x
M/B ATX / Micro ATX
Front I/O 2x USB 2.0, HD/AC97 Audio I/O
Fan slots Front 1x 12 / 9 / 8 cm
Fan slots Back 1x 12 / 9 / 8 cm
Fan slots Side 2x 12 / 14 cm 
Openings for water cooling 2x
Specification Diagram
 So without further ado lets head over the page for our first look at the case.
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Most Recent Comments

28-10-2009, 06:19:50

I Hunta x
looks good tom, gave it a quick read through now but ill give the vids a watch and a propper read through later,Quote

28-10-2009, 07:39:22

Pretty good little case tbh dude, and much prettier than the antec 300 imhoQuote

28-10-2009, 07:59:40

I Hunta x
deff agree, is nicer to work with than the 300? if so think i have my new budget case for low end builds unless they want a simple case like the 300 that isQuote

28-10-2009, 11:09:06

For £35 if you dont like the 300 then this is a good case, also hvae another review coming of a cheap case that may well topple the 300.Quote

28-10-2009, 11:38:17

I Hunta x
i personaly love the 300 but some people want something a bit more flash without going ott, so this fits the bill tbh,

and any clues on what its going to be?Quote

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