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Enermax SpineRex Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 27,688 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: April 28, 2011
Page: 2 of 8
The Front Panel

As you can see in Figure 5, the Enermax SpineRex has 11 5.25” bays, all featuring meshed covers with air filters. The case comes with two hard drive cages, each one using three 5.25” bays. So, if you use the case’s default configuration, you will have five 5.25” bays available. To have access to the 5.25” bays you have to “open” the two edges of the front panel. See Figure 6.

Enermax SpineRex case
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Figure 5: Front panel

Enermax SpineRex case
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Figure 6: Front panel “opened”

At its default configuration, the SpineRex comes with two 120 mm “VEGAS” fans installed in front of each hard drive cage, but the fans aren’t attached to the hard drive cages, so you can move these fans and the cages independently. The fans use three-pin power connectors and come with adapters if you want to install them directly on the power supply, and have 13 different operation modes, which are selected by pressing a switch (the two rectangular black objects seen on the left side in Figure 7). These fans have red and blue LEDs. We made a short video of these fans in action. See below.

Enermax SpineRex case
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Figure 7: Front fans

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