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    Enermax goes after enthusiast with huge Thormax GT case

    New flagship chassis is company's biggest yet.
    Watch the show..

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    Re: Enermax goes after enthusiast with huge Thormax GT case

    nice case and decent price as well

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    Re: Enermax goes after enthusiast with huge Thormax GT case

    I like that magnetic headphone hanger, I want one for my current case because I have to hang them on my monitor at the moment.

    The styling of the case is too aggressive for me. I prefer a minimalist design but I like the included fan controller and large 180mm side panel fan. Should have good airflow with the default fan configuration.

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    Re: Enermax goes after enthusiast with huge Thormax GT case

    Looks like those are 180mm appolish fans, which I do like.
    Overall the case looks decent nothing amazing or stand out but looks like it ticks all the boxes and there's nothing glaringly wrong with it.

    I do like the magnetic headphone hanger but I'm also a bit worried about it, sticking a powerful magnet onto the side of a case can cause a lot of issues.
    A lot of rather random seeming issues can start to happen if you're not careful.

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    Re: Enermax goes after enthusiast with huge Thormax GT case

    Quote Originally Posted by Noxvayl View Post
    I like that magnetic headphone hanger, I want one for my current case because I have to hang them on my monitor at the moment.
    I use a music stand headphone hanger for this, works with anything close to the same diameter as a music stand

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