Pure Overclock – Computer Hardware News, Reviews and More

 

Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Full Tower Case

4
Posted July 16, 2014 by Vinny Petronio in Cases & PSU

Overview

Hardware: ,
 
Manufacturer:
 
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
Full Article
«

Summary:

I really enjoyed reviewing the Phanteks Enthoo LUXE and although my expectations were set pretty high, Phanteks did not disappoint. Taking on many features from the Enthoo Primo and Pro, makes the Phanteks Enthoo LUXE a great purchase and another winner in my book. It has a bevy of fantastic features including: multiple radiator support, tons of room on the back side for great cable management, two spots for SSD brackets, Modular HDD cages, closed front HD panel, great cable management, perfect window placement & PSU cover, and the awesome lighting feature. These are just some of the luxury items I don’t believe you will find on many cases (if any) at this price point. The Phanteks Enthoo LUXE is definitely a step up from the Pro with its new and improved aesthetics, especially with the new top and front bezels and the lighting features added.

30

 

The Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Full Tower is designed for those that want the best in both looks and functionality. Phanteks did a great job in both categories by adding the new look and some really cool lighting features. Plus, these are features you can actually build on, but keep that functionality we have come to expect. The Phanteks Enthoo LUXE at a price point of only $149.00 USD (159.99 for White Model) makes this a purchase an amazing deal. 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.

The Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Receives Pure Overclocks Editor’s choice Award.

editors choice 125

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

«


4 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.




  3.  
    Bill Barnes

    Good looking case guess I missed this review but great review and definatly something I would consider building a new system in it or moving one of my current Rigs components into this one for some better cooling!




  4.  
    Bill Barnes

    Great review from Pure OC This Phanteks Enthoo LUXE Full Tower Case is an amazing well thought out design with options Galore and I think Ive already made up my mind to make a move on it soon as possible! I got just the system to fill it! Add 2 Liquid cooling options! Who knows but ME LIKEY!!!





Leave a Response


(required)

Find us on Google+