Enermax Unveils 3 New Cases Featuring USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type C Compatibility

New Enermax PC Cases From CES 2024!

[Press Release] In addition to new AIO coolers, Enermax announced new PC cases at CES 2024.

Three new cases, the ENERPAZO EP23 mini-tower, ENERPAZO EP33 mid-tower, and the EK98 mid-tower, will be joining the company’s existing offerings, coming with USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type C compatibility.

Regardless of the form factor, all three cases boast incredible expandability and spacious designs. The Enermax ENERPAZO EP33 can be equipped with a total of 11 fans and a 420mm AIO.

Enermax Enerpazo EP23 EP33 EK98 Cases

Meanwhile, its mini-tower counterpart, the ENERPAZO EP23, can support up to 8 fans and a 360mm AIO. The EK68 is no slouch either, shipping with room for 9 fans and a 360mm AIO.

This mid-tower case also supports vertical GPU installation with rotatable PCIe slots. All three cases have ample room for several 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives, with Enermax creating a feature-packed chassis for each offering.

These cases will hit the market in Q2 2024, with details like pricing and release dates coming soon. Till then, readers can stay tuned to Enermax’s official website for more information.

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