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USB 3.0 Compatible.
Large side fan with choice of blue or red LEDs.
Space for eight HDDs.
240 mm radiator fits into ceiling.
Front Build Quality Could Be Better.
No XLMainboard Support.
Very limited height for CPU coolers.
Side fan can only be removed with entire controlling mechanism.
Mainboard tray does not extend to the bottom of the chassis.
No spots for 2.5 inch drives.
Limited space behind mainboard.
By XSReviews on December 20, 2011
I really want to like the Spinerex, and I do, but I can’t honestly recommend it as a great full-tower case. It is solid in many areas, but doesn’t really excel in any except for flashiness. That’s not something that really matters for...
By Real World Labs on August 05, 2011
With the release of the SpineRex Full Tower Enermax has taken a step forward in becoming also known in their market for their PC Cases. Of course the SpineRex is not perfect (much like most products) and so although it has an very good overall...
By techPowerUp! on June 27, 2011
Enermax has been in the case business for quite some time. With a full range of cases at their disposal and some experience in the market, I was expecting a bit more from the SpineRex chassis. While the use of an existing frame and tooling is alright,...
By Vortez on May 31, 2011
SpineRex has been a long time coming and I know quite a few have been anticipating its release for many months now but how does it fare? Visually SpineRex is a great looking case but it has some strange design concepts. Cooling breaks out of the...
By TechReaction.net on May 22, 2011
The Enermax SpinRex has some great qualities to it, which will probably be “borrowed” by other companies. The implementation of USB 3.0 on the front I/O section is always a good idea as it is being used more and more nowadays. The side...
By Hardware Secrets on April 28, 2011
The Enermax SpineRex looks like a nice full-tower case, however, it has important features missing for a case in its category – namely, the absence of 2.5” bays and an eighth expansion slot – preventing us from recommending it.Strong...
By Club Overclocker on January 01, 2005
The SpineRex is a high-quality case from Enermax. It was extremely hard to find something I didn't like about the case. The only thing I came up with was the lack of firewire on the I/O panel. Truthfully, that doesn't even bother me. As I...
By Planet 3DNow! on February 28, 2012
Mit dem SpineRex hat Enermax ein Gehäuse vorgestellt, was bei Vollbestückung mit fünf 5,25“-Laufwerken und acht 3,5“-Laufwerken und E-ATX-kompatibilität erst einmal keine Wünsche offen lässt – oder...
By Traficantes de Hardware on September 26, 2011
Nos ha gustado Diseño espectacular Amplitud interior Sistema de refrigeración sensacional y mejorable (opcional) Compatibilidad con hardware de gran calibre Gestión de cables sobresaliente Robustez, peso y estructura de acero...
By techno-kitchen.com on July 01, 2011
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