Enermax FulmoGT Jumbo Case Review
Big, bigger, biggest. Enermax pulls out all the stops with one of the largest "desktop" computer cases on the market today. If expansion room, oversized HPTX motherboards, and plenty of cooling options are on your list of needs when it comes to a chassis, The FulmoGT may just fit the bill.
Who among you isn't familiar with the Enermax brand? The company, known the world over for its impressive line of power supplies (a long time favorite here at [H]ard|OCP), also features a full line of coolers and computer cases, the latter of which is what brings us here today. Not only are we putting one of Enermax's cases to the test, we are going straight to the top and evaluating the company's enormous, top of the line, FulmoGT case.
Enermax Technology Corporation was founded in1990 by a group of young professional, enthusiastic, and high-tech oriented people in Taiwan . The Enermax founders left high-profile positions from prestigious computer firms, bringing over 10 years of professional experiences to our own.
Now, Enermax is engaged in developing more powerful types of products to serve customers in the future. To provide efficient coordination, after sales services and technical support to customers is our primary purpose. The Enermax R&D department is proud of its strong engineering background. We focus on developing new products for both potential and existing markets. We also emphasize on new product types, product functions, design and quality. Each year, we release an average of 4 new series of products. Our R&D equipments are sourced both locally and imported from Japan. Based on our product development procedure, we have developed a team of experts to ensure that our products are manufactured to the most rigorous and highest standards imposed by the industry.
Enermax, much like other case companies, shipped the FulmoGT to us in its bare product packaging. The company did go a bit further than its competitors by taking the time to affix large "Fragile: Please Handle With Care" sitckers (six in total) to the outside of the box. The box itself is made of sturdy, double-walled corrugated cardboard with dual staple construction along the seams. The massive box measures 30"H x 28"L x 13"W.
The front of the box features the company logo, the FulmoGT name, a large image of the case itself and a couple bolts of lightning thrown in for good measure. The back of the box prominently displays a list of features and a large image of the case open with a HPTX motherboard and two power supplies installed.
By now most of you know that we are not big fans of anything being shipped in its bare product packaging. The reason for this is simple, even when you take the added precaution of putting tons of "Fragile: Please Handle With Care" stickers on the box, those can still be easily damaged in transit.
Enermax has gone the extra mile with its accessories by neatly packaging the assortment of screws in clearly labeled bags, including zip ties and Velcro cable management straps, fan adapters, and four locking wheels. The included manual is a bit skimpy but it gets the job done...in several languages.