The look of the Enermax LuxuRay is tasteful with its totally black finish inside and out and its angular curves. It may not have all of the high-end features found on other Enermax cases but it is no where near the price either. The included Vegas light-show fan with 14 modes of lighting is a nice feature if your’e into that sort of flashy styling. The LuxuRay isn’t exactly austere, so it may not suit everyone’s tastes..
The thermal characteristics for the LuxuRay is more than sufficient for moderate overclocking especially when the three additional 120/140mm fans are installed. The hole behind the CPU enables the installing of high performance CPU coolers without removing the motherboard. The liquid cooling grommets are rather unnecessary in our opinion since the budget case doesn’t really support the cost of a liquid cooling setup.
The aesthetics are nice, the features are well executed and the build quality is good for the price. A quick search reveals that the Enermax LuxuRay is available for about $60 USD. This is a reasonable price in a tough competitive market filled with literally hundreds of competitors available in this price range. If you want a good budget case with a bit of extra flash and expandibility, then check out the Enermax LuxuRay, it might be up your alley.