PC Case Aresze Enclave 8002 Review

Entry-level customers, as well as inveterate gamers and enthusiasts, have got the whole galaxy of options from PC chassis manufacturers. Mid-tower, mini-tower and full-tower cases are called to satisfy all basic requirements set by consumers. Aresze has been conquering this segment for a long time, thus it knows how to draw potential audience and win its predisposition by high-quality products. Its latest case Enclave 8002, designed specifically for gamers and enthusiasts, is distinguished by a large number of ventilation grids (almost on all panels), independent trilocular temperature CPU/PSU management, PWM fan rotational control, and dedicated dock-station for HDD hot swapping.



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Aresze Enclave 8002 is developed in Mid-tower form-factor and features 500x517x210 mm dimensions. The case is made of steel with plastic and foam rubber inclusions. Its external surface is given black and red coloring to absolutely comply with its gaming predestination. This model is …

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Dell Inc. Dimension 4700 based on Dell Inc. 0M3918

  • CDROM
  • COMPUTER
  • DISKDRIVE
  • DISPLAY
  • HDC
  • HIDCLASS
  • KEYBOARD
  • MEDIA
  • MODEM
  • MOUSE
  • NET
  • PORTS
  • PROCESSOR
  • SYSTEM
  • USB
  • VOLUME