Phanteks Shrinks Enthoo Case To Micro ATX

Purveyor of huge cases and funky names, Phanteks introduced a new member of its Enthoo case line for COMPUTEX 2014. The Micro ATX form-factor Enthoo Evolv's small size adds to the rugged feel of its tool-free panels.

A drive rack that consumes the entire space in front of the board can be easily removed to add a dual-fan liquid cooling radiator to either the front or top panel. Long graphics cards can fit through the drive bays without removing the rack, and the bottom section continues to support two 3.5" internal drives even with the cage removed.

Other developments include a new multi-color light controller and new finishes for the previously-announced Enthoo Luxe, as well as new paint options for the more recent Enthoo Pro.

The Enthoo Evolv is scheduled for release in July. As for the Enthoo Luxe, it was announced six months ago but still hasn't appeared as an available product on Phantek's website as of this writing.

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  • southernshark
    It's hard to get excited about a new case but at least it is smaller.
  • Phillip Wager
    ive allways like the Enthoo but i just can't imagine having a system any larger than my Fractal arc midi r2 and the enthoo is nearly twice as large.
  • thundervore
    Although I love the ideas that Phanteks are putting out they are targeting a very small market. The Enthoo Mini have lots of promise for a dual system and the Evolve looks like it can be great to build in. Im waiting to see what they can do with a mini ITX case.

    Phanteks' Enthoo EVOLV

    Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL

    Both cases