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Phanteks launches the Enthoo Luxe 2 dual-system PC case

by Mark Tyson on 16 August 2019, 13:11

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Phanteks has launched the Enthoo Luxe 2 PC case with which it hopes to offer the best building experience in a full tower design. This high-end case uses premium materials, designed to comfortably house the most powerful hardware, with superior customisability and room for significant cooling setups.

According to Phanteks the Enthoo Luxe 2 PC case incorporates all the premium and latest high-end features of the Enthoo Elite and Evolv X, such as, SSi-EEB motherboard support, extreme water cooling with dual 480 and dual 360 radiators installed simultaneously, and extensive storage for up to 12x HDDs / 11x SSDs.

The Enthoo Luxe 2 looks good too in anthracite grey or satin black with stylish venting, minimalistic front panel, tempered glass window, and integrated RGB lighting (compatible with Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, ASRock and Razer lighting systems).

Phanteks suggests possible uses for the Enthoo Luxe 2 are in building an extreme gaming machine, a professional workstation, or even a dual-system setup (using the optional Revolt X), and it can also be configured with dual PSUs (Revolt Pro required) if need be.

Above you can see diagrams clearly showing fan and radiator cooling options. Other important max compatibility figures are;

  • System 1: Cooler height up to 195mm, GPU up to 503mm, motherboard up to 340mm wide.
  • System 2: Cooler height up to 120mm (no GPU), Cooler height up to 60mm (GPU in slot 1), Cooler height up to 80mm (GPU in slot 2).

In an email to HEXUS, Phanteks said that the Enthoo Luxe 2 PC case will become available mid August (now or very soon) and it will be priced at €189.90 / £184.99.



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Just a random question, why aren't we seeing new mini cases being released? I mean do people really need full atx anymore? And no, I am not suggesting companies stop making full atx, just seems strange that almost 2020 and not many new mini's are being released.
and why can't we have the option for a few more 5.25 bays? FFS some of us still want those please!
ik9000
and why can't we have the option for a few more 5.25 bays? FFS some of us still want those please!
I am surprised that there is a one. Honestly buy an secondhand old case for much less with 5.25 bays.
Where is this placed in the product line up in relation to the Evolv X?

(I would also like a single 5.25" bay!)
DevDrake
ik9000
and why can't we have the option for a few more 5.25 bays? FFS some of us still want those please!
I am surprised that there is a one. Honestly buy an secondhand old case for much less with 5.25 bays.

Older cases are often a pain to work in, and tend to not have great options for liquid cooling. What if someone wanted a “showpiece” HTPC? (Why have a crazy RGB custom loop masterwork construction that is always hidden under a desk?) Most liquid cooling compatible cases don't have space for a blu-ray player, which is kind of annoying, and plugging in an external one is silly and looks… not great.