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Reviews Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Tempered Glass Case [NikkTech]

Discussion in 'Tech & Game Reviews, Unboxing and Previews' started by The Sorcerer, Feb 1, 2017.

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    Phanteks makes two versions of the Enthoo Luxe currently the regular one that has a sand-blasted aluminum side panel with two plexi windows and the tempered glass side panel edition which we have here with us. The Enthoo Luxe towers may not be among the largest ones in the market today but they still have enough room inside for E-ATX mainboards (ATX/micro ATX/mini ITX/SSI EEB are also supported), up to 10 drives (6x2.5/3.5" - 4x2.5"), 3 optical drives (5.25"), 7 fans (7x120mm and/or 5x140mm) and/or three radiators (2x240mm and 1x360/420mm), 347mm long graphics cards, 193mm tall CPU coolers and 318mm long power supply units. Phanteks also equips the Enthoo Luxe Tempered Glass Edition with 4 side RGB LED strips (compatible with mainboard RGB headers), 6-way fan hub and a total of four 140mm fans (front/rear/top) which means you don't have anything to worry about regarding its airflow levels.

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