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Enermax CS-800TA Voltron Series Mid-Tower Case

Company: Enermax / Maxpoint
CS-800TA Voltron Series Mid-Tower Case
Date Reviewed: April 28, 2004
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel
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The CS-800TA Voltron Series cases from Enermax break the traditional beige barrier with an assortment of 5 vibrant colors that give a great custom look without emptying the pocketbook. Enermax has even gone an extra step in providing two CD/DVD bay covers that match the color of the case. A couple other key features of the case are, semi tool-less design, a fan control dial on the side panel, front temperature LED display, front I/O ports, and mesh fan grills.



 - Case Type: ATX MID Tower Case
 - Color: Red, Milk White, Green, Yellow, Silver
 - Material: SECC 0.8mm
 - Drive Bays: 5.25" x 4/0, 3.5" x 2/4 (external/internal)
 - Expansion Slots: 7
 - Front Ports: USB2.0 x 2 ,Audio in/out, IEEE 1394
 - Power Supply: ATX PS2 (not included)
 - Cooling System: Front:8cm x 1 (air in), Rear:8cm x 1 (air out), Side :8cm x air in)
 - Motherboard Compatibility: Standard P4 ATX, Micro ATX, Extend ATX
 - Dimensions: 21" D x 7.8" W x 17" H
 - Special Features: Patent adjustable fan speed dial on side panel, Temp. display with blue backlight on front panel



Included with the CS-800TA is a pamphlet which shows how to install all the hardware and utilize various functions of the case. You also get a standard rear I/O shield, 4-pin to floppy power adapter, 4 sets of hard drive rails, and a big bag of screws.

It's worth noting that the drive rails are for the hard drive cage only. The CD/DVD bays utilize a special clamping mechanism built into the bay itself, and / or you can use regular screws.


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