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Well designed front with flop open bars for easy installation of 5.25 inch drives.
LED VEGAS Fan for plenty of lighting customization.
Two hotswap HDD bays with highquality PCB.
Plenty of space for large CPU coolers.
240 mm radiator should fit.
Two USB 3.0 slots on the top cover.
Top SATA docking station.
Very easy cable management.
Plastic feels flimsy.
HDD dock not really there it is just a connector.
Large opening in side panel means that noise is hard to keep within the case.
Small openings in the mainboard tray for cable management.
Limited air flow from the front fan.
Rather poor noise insulation.
Cheap elements such as primitive feet and single use expansion slot brackets.
Narrow compartment for cables behind the mainboard’s mounting plate.
Only 2 PreInstalled Fans.
By techPowerUp! on August 25, 2011
The Hoplite is a very solid chassis from Enermax - which may be surprising for some. While the exterior is cause for some concern in terms of construction quality the case scores big with the cool looks and well engineered interior design. The...
By Bit-tech.net on July 29, 2011
The Enermax Hoplite has a number of features in its favour; it’s relatively good looking, it’s easy to build a PC inside it and it can just about accommodate a slim-line double 120mm-fan radiator in its roof. Unfortunately, though, these...
By MadShrimps on June 19, 2011
time Enermax created a nicely crafted case within a reasonable budget. It ain't by no means cheap. Retailing at 110 euros, it will get stiff competition by some rivals cheaper offerings. But you have to take into consideration that the two hot...
By X-bit Labs on May 12, 2011
The Hoplite from Enermax is an interesting product for reasonable money. Its closest rivals in terms of price are inferior in terms of functionality whereas products with the same functionality cost considerably more. The downside of this model is...
By Real World Labs on April 29, 2011
Up until this day i thought that the guys over at Enermax were only capable of manufacturing excellent power supply units but after taking a look at the Hoplite i think they really have what it takes to also manufacture excellent PC Cases. Of...
By Pureoverclock on March 24, 2011
The look of the Enermax Hoplite is impressive with its totally black finish inside and out and its angular lines. The hot swap drive bays and the HDD dock built into the chassis are not normally found with a case in this price range. We can’t...
By HardwareHeaven on March 21, 2011
There is a lot to like about the Enermax Hoplite and this starts with a case which feels well-built and sturdy. There was no noticeable flex in any of the main construction and each of the plastic sections was attached well and did not feel like it...
By Legit Reviews on March 16, 2011
The Enermax Hoplite is a solidly built case with nice features at a good sub $100 price point....
By Hardware Secrets on February 28, 2011
The Enermax Hoplite comes with an impressive number of drive bays for a mid-tower case, and is a nice option if you want the convenience of having external access to some of your hard drives or SSDs.Strong PointsThe 5.25” bay covers are meshed...
By Vortez on February 14, 2011
So today was the first time we have reviewed a case from Enermax, and this could well be the first time that you have seen an Enermax case altogether. The Hoplite has left a very good impression.With some very distinct looks, the Hoplite delivers...
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