Enermax iVektor Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
The interior is nice and tidy, with the same black paint job as the exterior. There is a large CPU cooler mounting cut-out behind the motherboard, as well as the usual cable routing cut-outs around the motherboard area. I normally look for rubber grommets, but on a chassis with no side panel window, interior aesthetics aren’t as important.
The hard drive bays are split into two bays, with 3.5″ on the bottom and 2.5″ on the top. The 2.5″ bay gives a little extra GPU clearance for longer cards, although it would have to be a seriously long card before you got anywhere near this anyway.
The 5.25″ bays may not get used in a lot of systems these days, but for those of you who do use them, you’ll be glad to see tool free mechanisms on each.
The expansion slots are all fitted with reusable and ventilated covers, although the screws are not thumb screws and they’re a little tricky to reach due to the chassis frame, so you best have a long screwdriver to hand to make this easier.
The rear 120mm fan is nothing fancy, but certainly good enough for the job.
Four risers for the PSU, each fitted with an anti-vibration rubber pad.
There’s a pair of 120mm fan mounts in the top of the chassis, with room for a 240mm radiator if you need it.
Pretty standard stuff around the back, with plenty of routing space, even more when you factor in the extended side panel! Plus there’s a good number of cable tie-down loops to help you get things neat and tidy.