Enermax has a new mid-tower case called the Equilence. It combines tempered glass elegance with high-end component support. As the name implies, it is also designed to be functionally silent. The internal panels at the top, front and right side have noise dampening foam. This absorbs vibrations and quiets down any component noise emanating from inside.
Showcase System Build with Silent Features
Unlike other silent cases however, the Equilence is also meant for showing off high-end components. Which is why the left side has a tempered glass panel. It also supports high-end liquid coolers and custom loops. The drive cage is all in the separate PSU compartment underneath. This allows the main chamber ample room to mount long graphics cards and thicker radiators. There are four designated places in fact: top, front, rear and along the side where the drive cage usually is. The PSU chamber also cleans up any extra cable clutter away from view.
The front IO of the Equilence has LED backlit ports so that users do not fumble when plugging in at the dark. These ports also come with a dust cover so it remains clean when not in use. The top area also comes off for additional ventilation. There are mounting holes underneath so if the user installs fans, they can just remove the top cover to allow air out or in.
Enermax Equilence Pricing and Availability
The Enermax Equilence will be available starting early October first on Amazon (http://a.co/4fAJD3A) and Fry’s at MSRP $109.99.