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Enermax Thormax Giant Full Tower ATX Case

Posted November 17, 2014 by Vinny Petronio in Cases & PSU


Release Date: November 2014
Price at time of Review: $150.00 USD


Well made,lots of room,Water cooling ready,Built in fan controller,Six USB up front, two 4 way LED Vegas 180mm fans, solid footing with 360 degree Adjustable Pedestals, Good cable management. Modular HDD cage, Toolless design, HDD Caddy,


3 cable pass through areas didn't have grommets, some restricted air flow up front for (but only for 360mm rads)
The Enermax Thormax GT covers almost all the bases. Gamers and enthusiasts alike are going to love the many advanced cooling options it brings as well as the ease of install that it offers. At an MSRP of $150.00 USD, it’s definitely worth considering and worth the investment.
by Vinny Petronio
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Thormax GT Features & Specifications:

Robust build with excellent ventilation and solid interior for heavy gamers

  • Top I/O with dual USB 3.0, quad USB 2.0, a fan LED light controller and a fan speed controller controlling up to four fans and 4 lighting levels.
  • Oversized acrylic window with a 180mm Vegas blue LED fan for clear view and great air circulation

Magnetic headset holder included

  • Provides a safe place to store your headphone when not in use
  • Prevents cable tangles and unnecessary damage

High expansibility allows customized system build:

  • Support micro ATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards
  • 4 x 5.25” bays (one 5.25” converted to 1 x 3.5” HDD + 2 x 2.5” SSDs adapter included)
  • 5 x 2.5” / 3.5” HDD trays for easy hard drive installation
  • 1 x 2.5” SSD mounted position behind M/B tray

Flexible HDD configuration allows customized system build:

  • Removable upper 2.5” / 3.5” HDD cage for better airflow and longer VGA card support ( up to 490mm length)

User friendly design

  • 4 x screw-less 5.25” ODD kits pre-installed
  • Cut-out on M/B tray for quick CPU cooler montage
  • Sturdy handle behind the case for easy carry
  • Rubber grommets for cable routing protection

Powerful cooling performance with up to 8 fan installations:

  • Front: 1 x 180 / 200mm fan (1 x 180mm Vegas Blue LED fan pre-installed)
  • Rear: 1 x 120 / 140mm fan (1 x 120mm Twister Bearing fan pre-installed)
  • Top: 3 x 120 / 2 x 140 / 1 x 180 / 1 x 200mm fans (optional)
  • Side: 1 x 180 / 200mm fan (1 x 180mm Vegas Blue LED fan pre-installed)
  • Bottom: 2 x 120mm fans (optional)

Dual liquid cooler systems support

  • Support up to 240mm / 280mm / 360mm liquid cooler on top
  • Support up to 240mm liquid cooler at bottom

Thormax GT Specifications:

Technical Details

Type: E-ATX Full Tower

M/B: E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX

Color: Black

Interior Color: Black

Material: SPCC

I/O on Top: 2x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, HD Audio, 4-step Fan Speed & LED Control 9X Expansion Slots

Drive Bays: 4X 5.25 inch 3.5 inch 6 X (1X converted from 5.25″ adapter) 8 X 2.5 inch (5X converted from 3.5″ tray, 2X converted from 5.25″ adapter, 1X behind M/B tray)

Air Cooling:

Front:Pre-installed: 1X 180mm T.B.Vegas Single blue Optional, 1X 180 / 200mm fan

Top: Optional: 3X 120mm / 2X 140mm / 1X 180 / 200mm fan bottom Optional, 2X 120mm fan

Rear: Pre-installed 1X 120mm Twister Bearing fan Optional: 1X 120 / 140mm fan

Side: Pre-installed 1X 180mm T.B.Vegas Single blue Optional: 1X 180 / 200mm fan

Liquid Cooling:

Top optional: 120 / 140 / 240 / 280 / 360mm radiator. Bottom Optional: 120 / 240mm radiator

Rear Optional: 120 / 140mm radiator

Case: (D x W x H) 546mm x 264mm x 557mm
Max. Length Graphics Cards: 490mm (360mm with HDD/SSD cage installed)
Max. CPU Cooler Height: 194mm

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    Jerry Lafferty

    Freakin thing is huge!

    Sam Nicko

    Thanks for the great review! Enermax Thormax indeed a GREAT Chassis!

    Ed Thew

    my Chieftec Dragon Server case is bigger


    What a stupid window on the case. It just shows of your cables.

    Vinny Petronio

    The window does block your view of most everything inside but also brings with it additional cooling over the MB and GPU areas when gaming with the 180mm fan.


    How does it compare to Tt Chaser Mk-1?

      Sandy Bruce

      The Thormax is slightly larger. Supports up to Eatx boards. The window design is slightly better as well. Quality wise I would say they are even. I do not care for the look of either. If I had to pick I would go with the Thormax.

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