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Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Full Tower Case

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Posted July 16, 2014 by Vinny Petronio in Cases & PSU

Overview

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Release Date: 7/16/14
 
Price at time of Review: PH-ES614L_BK - $149.00 PH-ES614L_WT - $159.99
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Well built, price, water cooling features,Hue lighting, expandable, modular case
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

None
 
BOTTOM LINE:
If you're on a budget and in the market for a Full Tower Chassis that’s very well built and offers you a plethora of options with class, then I am happy to recommend the Phanteks Enthoo Pro for your next build.
by Vinny Petronio
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Introduction:

After all these years reviewing computer equipment, especially case reviews, it takes a lot to get me excited. There are not too many manufacturers that will spark my interest or kindle and light that fire inside of me. Today Phanteks has now moved to the top of my list as one of those manufacturers. Phanteks as some of you may already know has been on the forefront as leader in the manufacturing of thermal solutions, with their high performance fans and air coolers. Phanteks this year took the industry by surprise when the company ventured into computer case manufacturing, introducing for the very first time their award winning Phanteks Enthoo Primo full tower chassis, a chassis specifically targeting the computer enthusiast and water cooling aficionado.

Today will be looking at yet another offering from Phanteks: the Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Full Tower. The Enthoo LUXE is very similar looking to the coveted Phanteks Enthoo Primo, sporting many of the distinct features and designs of its predecessor which includes multiple radiator support, modular HD cages, power supply shroud, and all aluminum look. The Phanteks Enthoo LUXE is available in both a black and a white windowed version. The Enthoo Series is all about versatility, a spacious and clean interior and, of course, Enthoo is famous for making it very easy to build water cooling systems. Read on to see why this case has got me very excited. We are taking an up close and personal look into this new arrival from Phanteks to see how it stacks up against its bigger brother.

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Our Thanks goes out to Phanteks for providing us with our review samples. Here’s a link to some more of their products including accessories: http://www.phanteksusa.com/pages/products

About Phanteks
“Phanteks was founded from a group of engineers with a total of 20 years of international experience in thermal solutions. They paired up with a Dutch design team and established Phanteks in 2007. Phanteks venture into the CPU cooling industry with two goals in mind, high-end quality and innovative products in thermal solutions. As a relatively young company, we strive to develop top quality and superior products. Our Phanteks Design Team is situated in the Netherlands and consists of creative researchers, designers and developers whose only desires are to bring the latest cutting edge technology to you. We are continuously pursuing excellence in thermal solutions so that we can develop and bring satisfaction to the enthusiasts and computer users everywhere. Our goal is very simple, to be the best in the industry.”

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2 Comments


  1.  
    Chris

    Were you using a 65mm or 30mm 240 rad up front? I am hoping that it fits a “thick” rad plus fans PLUS the pump bracket, but I’m doubting it.




  2.  
    Vinny Petronio

    The rad up front is a 30mm in a push only if your bent on putting in the 65mm rad up front then depending on your configuration go with a 5.25 bay reservoir pump combo,or move the pump to the back of the case with a tube reservoir.you may have to loose the fan at the back doing so but just pointing out that there are other options available.





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