Enermax introduces an inexpensive case, the COENUS. Where did they get that name? According to Wikipedia, Coenus (in Greek Koῖνος; died 326 BC), a son of Polemocrates and son-in-law of Parmenion, was one of the ablest and most faithful generals of Alexander the Great in his eastern expedition. With a warrior's helmet in the logo, they were clearly referring to that kind of excellence. Is this case one of the ablest? Let us see.
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