This is the Enlight EN-200 and the Paradox Gaming Luxy cases. These two cases are remarkably similar to the point where it becomes difficult to differentiate between the Enlight EN-200 and the Paradox Gaming Luxy. These cases are made by two different brands. We will examine the differences between these two cases.
1. Cardboard Box
Let’s start with the casing boxes. The cardboard boxes of the Enlight EN-200 and Paradox Gaming Luxy cases do not have significant differences. They are both made of materials with similar quality. The cardboard is not overly thick nor too thin. If you plan to travel long distances, especially outside of town, and stack the boxes with other items, it’s essential to be cautious as the casing may get damaged. It is advisable not to stack heavy items on top of the casing boxes to prevent any potential damage during transportation.
At a glance, there are minimal noticeable differences in their shapes. Both cases have a remarkably similar design. The first distinction lies in the Front Panel, where the Enlight EN-200 does not have a USB Type-C slot.
The second difference lies in their physical dimensions. The Enlight EN-200 is taller than the Paradox Gaming Luxy, while the Paradox Gaming Luxy is longer than the Enlight EN-200.
At the back of the cases, we can observe that the Enlight EN-200 has fewer fan holes compared to the Paradox Gaming Luxy. The Enlight EN-200 supports ATX power supplies, while the Paradox Gaming Luxy only supports SFX power supplies.
If the power supply in both cases gets damaged and needs replacement, the Paradox Gaming Luxy would incur a higher cost because it requires an SFX power supply, which generally has a higher price compared to most ATX power supplies.
3. Interior of the Case
Pada bagian dalamnya, keduanya sama-sama mendukung motherboard MATX bedanya pada casing Paradox Gaming Luxy depannya lebih panjang jadi lebih banyak tempat untuk mengatur perkabelan.
A. Air Flow
Pada air flow, kedua casing ini memiliki sistem air flow yang sama. Udara masuk melewati lubang-lubang samping penutup ini dan semuanya dibuang melalui fan belakang.
Both cases have the same airflow system. Air enters through the side vents of the case panel, and it is expelled through the rear fan.
C. Component Height and VGA Length
The height clearance for components differs between the two cases. For the Enlight EN-200, the maximum height is 14cm, while for the Paradox Gaming Luxy, it is 12cm. Similarly, the maximum length of compatible graphics cards also varies. The Enlight EN-200 can accommodate graphics cards with a maximum length of 25cm, whereas the Paradox Gaming Luxy can support cards up to 27cm in length.
This means that the Paradox Gaming Luxy offers more options for graphics card compatibility but may have fewer choices for CPU fans, while the Enlight EN-200 is the opposite, providing more options for CPU fan selection but with slightly fewer graphics card options.
It’s clear that both cases have a similar design but differ in dimensions, making them suitable for office use. When considering installing a graphics card, it’s essential to check its length, height, and power pin positions since both cases have limitations on VGA space. Additionally, it’s crucial to be mindful of the heat generated by the graphics card, as both cases only have one rear fan for ventilation.
Hopefully, this article can broaden the knowledge of friends regarding the Enlight En-200 and The Paradox Gaming Luxy.
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