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Enermax Fulmo GT Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 35,782 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: December 1, 2011
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Introduction
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The Enermax Fulmo GT is a gigantic full-tower case supporting EVGA’s Classified SR-2 motherboard, which at the moment is the only motherboard in the world based on the HPTX form factor. It also supports E-ATX, XL-ATX, and smaller motherboards. This case has 10 expansion slots, 10 internal 3.5”/2.5” storage bays, one external 3.5”/2.5” docking bay, and supports the installation of two power supplies. Let’s take a good look at this unique product.

HPTX (High Performance Technology eXtended) motherboards measure 13.6” x 15” (345 x 380 mm) and E-ATX (Extended ATX) motherboards measure 12” x 13” (305 x 330 mm). XL-ATX (eXtra Large ATX) is not an official standard size: Gigabyte defines it as 12.8” x 9.6” (325 x 244 mm) while EVGA defines it as 13.5” x 10.3” (343 x 262 mm). The Fulmo GT supports both.

Enermax Fulmo GT case
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Figure 1: Enermax Fulmo GT case

Enermax Fulmo GT case
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Figure 2: Enermax Fulmo GT case

The Fulmo GT has a big mesh on its left-side panel, which comes with two twister bearing 180 mm “VEGAS” fans (Enermax ES182012-0AL) installed and has room for you to install two additional 180 mm fans. See Figure 3. These fans come connected to an analog single-channel controller. Different from the other “VEGAS” we’ve seen, this one glows only in blue, and you can turn the LEDs off or change their pattern through a button available on the top panel. We made a short video showing these fans turned on.

Enermax Fulmo GT case
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Figure 3: The left-side panel

The reviewed case also allows you to install a 120 mm fan on its right-side panel, to cool down the underside of the main CPU.

There are no air filters on the side panels.

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