At the recent and much talked about CES event, Enermax demonstrated a case that is capable of creating incredible airflow through the front panel, much stronger than other cases on the market. You wouldn’t tell it at first glance because of the default acrylic panel on the front, but as soon as you remove it you will understand how strong and powerful the cooling system is. The design is incredible as well, so there is no chance that a dedicated gamer doesn’t fall for it!
The Saberay was shown at the last CES, technically, but never shipped. This is its final iteration, and the Saberay should be shipping at around $160 anytime soon. The case will include three TB RGB fans for the front, one non-RGB fan for the rear, and all included fans will be 120mm in size, so the looks will surely be astonishing. Fan placement includes 3x 120mm front, 1x 120mm rear, and up to 3x 120mm top. The inside of the case also has a fan mounting panel where hard drives typically sit where, at first glance, it appears that it’d make no sense to place the fans. Air exhausting into a glass panel isn’t the most efficient airflow and the manufacturer knows it. Enermax plans to resolve this by offering a steel panel with honeycomb for the right-side of the case, which would offer some exhaust ports for any internally mounted radiators.
Enermax says the Saberay case is “completely” tool-less. That characteristic, plus the case’s prodigious size for an ATX chassis, should make shuffling hardware around inside of it an easy task. The side panel is made of tempered glass, and it simply snaps into and out of place. The pair of LED strips in the front of the case can be hooked up to motherboard RGB LED control headers from Asus, MSI, and Gigabyte.
As for other products, Enermax will also be shipping a Liqtech II cooler for Intel and AMD systems, so if you like the concept you’d better start saving up before it pops out in stores! Pricing is not known yet, but it shouldn’t be too expensive.Enermax will also be shipping a “Fusion” closed-loop cooler, using a built-in flowrate meter for those paranoid about pump failure. The pump operates at 500-2000RPM and, uniquely, is located just off of the tubing line for the cooler. This unit should be around $120 and will include two 120mm TB RGB fans. The sizes will include 240mm and 360mm, with all aluminum radiators used.