Enermax iVektor Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 05.03.14
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General   + -
Overall, the iVektor from Enermax is a good mid-tower case. The materials used are of good quality when compared to the rest of the tested products. Inside, you can install a liquid cooling system, multi-GPU systems and high-end components. Besides the numerous connections present on the upper part, there is also a two-speed fan controller. We noticed, however, a couple of downsides regarding the structure of the case. The side panels, albeit made ​​of SECC, are too thin and the pass-through EPS 4+4 pin hole is a bit too small.   - Design
- Fan controller  
Manufacturing quality / Ergonomics   + -
The build quality is very good, the iVektor is produced with really decent materials, and the softouch finish is very good. Overall there is plenty of internal space and allows you to have a very powerful rig without worrying about messy cable management or high temperatures. Also on the backside of the motherboard or on the side panel, there is plenty of space to route lots of cables.   - Build quality - Interior Space  
Design   + -
The design is always a subjective aspect, however, we believe that the appearance of iVektor is pleasant to look at. Since this model is proposed for gamers, you can install a large amount of radiators and fans.The iVektor uses a tool-less retention systems, which is definitely a plus in our book. However, we have found that the lower dust filter is not so easy to remove.   - Cooling - Dust filter not easy to remove
Recommendation   + -
Checking on Geizhals.eu, the Enermax iVektor has a price of 60 EUR excluding shipping costs. If you are looking for a mid-tower case with good ventilation and good materials, we definitely suggest you consider this model.   - Gaming-PC
- Deskop-PC
The Enermax iVektor gets good 3.5 out of five stars.

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