Enermax Fulmo GT review

That's one huge PC chassis and no mistake. We built a fort out of it

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  • Terrific flexibility
  • Extremely spacious
  • Many air and liquid cooling options
  • Great details
  • Competitive price


  • Problems to its size
  • Poor design

There's no question as to what the defining feature of Enermax's Fulmo GT full tower PC case is from the moment you take it out the box: size. A genuinely massive performance chassis, the Fulmo GT inevitably packs plenty in as a consequence.

Dual PSU positions, USB 3.0 inside and out, all-but-universal motherboard support and a multitude of cooling configurations - both air and water-cooling - are obvious benefits that Enermax is keen to push.

The space affords Enermax the room to pack a lot more in than that, though, from small details (the always-welcome Velcro strap for the PSU and a removable top cover) to a decent integrated fan controller and an abundance of expansion room (there are 10 PCI slots, and seven water cooling holes). Heck, there are even wheels for the thing, and a braking mechanism included.

It's an impressive beast, with a massive amount of working space inside, enabling the deployment of multiple graphics cards and as good a range of cooling options as you could realistically want.

Vital stats
Motherboard support - Micro ATX up to HPTX
Fans - 3x 180mm (1x front, 2x left), 1x 320mm (top), 1x 140mm (rear)
Drive bays - 10x 2.5/3.5-inch, 4x 5.25-inch
Ports - 4x USB 3.0, 1x eSATA, fan controller, LED controller, headphone, mic

Let's temper things a moment, though. It's probably worth noting that there are one or two problems, related to the size of the Enermax Fulmo GT - not least the sheer amount of room you need to house the thing.

For instance, while there's a comprehensive cable routing system inside the case (with plenty of room behind the motherboard tray, and an overload of rubber grommet routing holes), you may well find that if you use it, standard length cables from your PSU, for example, won't stretch far enough.

Furthermore, you'll need to play with the many cooling positions, and be willing to adjust the default placement of the pre-supplied fans for optimum cooling.

Enermax Fulmo GT

Also, appreciating that this is something a little more personal, we didn't massively warm to its visual look. Obviously that's a totally subjective opinion, but it just left us a little cold.

Crucially, though, it's hard to think of a performance PC setup that couldn't be comfortably housed in the Enermax Fulmo GT, and with room to spare.

There's been a real drive to get the details right, too. Enermax clearly believes in giving you too much here, rather than too little. The front panel is a good example: it's crammed with options, whether you want to use them or not.

It's a case that's utter overkill for an air-cooled PC, to be fair, but one that comes into its own for water cooling. Also, the Enermax Fulmo GT is competitively priced, at around £200 (around $310) - it's much cheaper than, for example, the Lian Li PC-Z70 - and a robust chassis, too.

It might have an element of overkill about it, but you certainly get your money's worth.

We liked

The sheer flexibility here is terrific. The multitude of air and liquid cooling options, the amount of working space and the room means the Enermax Fulmo GT will accommodate pretty much any home PC configuration.

There are also lots of welcome little details, from the integrated fan controller through to the intelligent drive cage deployment and SATA connector cover. Plus it's very competitively priced, particularly for its size.

We disliked

There are one or two inherent problems to its size (it's massive) and design (which loses the luxury tinge a little). Plus you might need to get a longer cable or two in.


The Enermax Fulmo GT is overboard for air cooling, and terrific for water cooling, but either way, it's a competitive chassis for its price and scale.

Tech Specs

Product TypeComputer Case
Number of External 3.5" Bays10
Number of External 5.25" Bays4
Number of Power Supplies Supported2
Front USBYes
Front Audio InYes
Front Audio OutYes
Number of Total Expansion Bays15
Brand NameEnermax
Form FactorFull-tower
Motherboard SupportedMicro ATX, HPTX
Number of Fans Supported15
Number of Fans Installed5
Number of Total Expansion Slots10
Total Number of USB Ports4
Total Number of Audio In Ports1
Total Number of Audio Out Ports1
Height640 mm
Width235 mm
Depth674 mm
Cooler TypeLiquid Cooler
ManufacturerEnermax Technology Corporation
Product ModelECA1092AG-BL
Product NameECA1092AG-BL System Cabinet
Manufacturer Part NumberECA1092AG-BL
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.enermax.co.uk
Marketing Information
  • Fulmo GT: A New Dimension
    More space, more power and more comfort with the Jumbo Tower Fulmo GT. First choice for high-end gaming systems, workstations and server.
  • Hot: Multi-GPU Support
    10 extension slots to support systems with up to four graphics cards. Maximal graphics card length: 425mm.
  • Ice-cold: High-performance cooling with up to 15 fans
    Five pre-installed and quiet fans: one 18cm front fan, two 18cm side fans, one 23cm top fan and one 14cm rear fan. Expandable to up to 15 fans.
  • Flexible: Seamless speed control
    Synchronous speed control of up to three fans due to integrated fan PCB. Either the 18cm front fan (700-1000 RPM), the two 18cm side fans (700-1000 RPM) or the 23cm top fan can be connected to the PCB and regulated by the help of the speed control knob on the top of the case.
Limited Warranty1 Year
Weight (Approximate)30.67 kg