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    Anyone Know If The Enlight 7650 Series Is ATX Or Mini-ATX?

    Hello. The Enlight web site is not clear on the 7650 series form factor. It mentions both ATX and Mini-ATX. I do not need all the slots that the 7237 has and was considering one in the 7650 series.
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    It is what is clasified as a Mini-Mid Tower. It will fit a full ATX motherboard, but the location of the PS kind of sucks for access and cooling. This is Enlte's website:
    http://www.enlightcorp.com/main_frame.html



    Now the 7230 series is about an inch taller to make room for the PS being mounted along the top to make room for full access to a full sized ATX motherboard and room for a cooling fan in back (which not all take advantage of like this particular 7230, but the 7237 I think does have the spot for the rear fan). It also adds an extra 5-1/5" bay. Not all Mid Towers will add the extra drive bay (like the FK-603 or FK-320 which are my favorites).




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    I just picked up the 7237, and it does have a spot for a rear fan, im not sure why they have the picture like that. Its a nice case(so far Just to let you know, i got my 7237 at www.************.com Its $51 for the case, a 300wtt ps, and a case fan in the front(exactly like the one in the front). I believe it was $71 shipped.

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    Good observation. Never considered that situation (orientation of the ps). Just shows how a head cold can make you miss the somewhat obvious. Thank you so much.
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    Pioneer DVR-A06U (DVD +/- R/RW, CD R/RW)
    ATI RADEON 9800Pro 128Mb
    Canopus ADVC-100 (Digital Video Converter)
    Blue Koolance PC2-601 Case (Water-Cooling CPU, Video Card, 3 Hard Drives)
    465 Watt Enermax EG465P-VE
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    THhey class it by series. they have about 10 case designs with the 7230 series and the rear fan and front bezel are about the only differances.

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