Today were taking a look at the Hoplite ST chassis from Enermax. We managed to get hold of the white edition of the chassis for the review and priced at around £70 it’s set nicely between the mid budget and premium build chassis in terms of cost. So I’m expecting a decent level of build quality, features and performance from this chassis as £70 is still a lot of money.
There are no shortage of choices when it comes to a computer chassis around this price range, with every chassis manufacturer offering something within this price range. Competition can be fierce and when buying a chassis in this price range you would expect support for modern hardware, good style and hopefully value for money too, so it will be interesting to see if Enermax can hold it’s own in all these areas.
Enermax them selves have over 20 years experience in this market, making everything from power supplies to PC chassis, so they certainly know what they’re doing by now. While they may not be the first brand to pop into your head when considering a chassis purchase, at least not here in the UK. They do have a strong fan base and a very successful selection of products, ranging from the Fulmo GT jumbo tower down to the modest Ostrog Mid-Tower that we looked at a few weeks ago.
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