Now its time to get our hardware inside of the Fulmo GT! Our hardware is made up of the following items: Intel Core i5-2500K, Gigabyte Z77X-UD4H, Avexir Core Series 16GB, Radeon HD 6950, OCZ Vertex 4, Seagate 1TB, ASUS Blu-ray drive and the OCZ Fatal1ty Series 1000W power supply.
The first thing that you are going to want to do is install your motherboard. There is quite a lot of room to work with some getting it in is no problem at all. With the motherboard installed you can see that we still have quite a lot of room inside.
The hard drives are next. Both will be installed in the included trays. Just pull out the trays and place your hard drives inside of them. Now secure the drives by installing screws on the bottom of the trays. Enermax was nice enough to label the bags of screws so you know exactly what screws to use. When your drives are secured just go ahead and slide the trays back into place.
The optical drive is next. You may need to remove the front bezel of the case to take off the drive bay cover. Just lift from the bottom of the case and the bezel will pop off. Once you have removed the bay cover put the bezel back on and slide your drive in. You can lock it into place with the tool-less locking system.
The power supply easily goes into the bottom of the case. You can secure it at the back with screws and the included velcro strap.
Now it is time to wire everything up. Depending on your hardware this should take 5-10 minutes. Evermax does include velcro ties and well as normal zip ties so you can keep everything nice and neat. One thing I would have liked to have seen was a PSU extension cable given the size of the case. We ended up using our own. With everything installed you can see we still have quite a lot of room inside of the case.
When you turn the system on the two side panel fans and the front fan will light up red to match the styling of the case. These are Enermax’s own Vegas fans so they actually have 5 different color modes which can be controlled using the button at the top of the case.