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Phanteks Enthoo Primo Case Review

Rating: 9.0.


Today we are going to look at the first case from Phanteks – the Enthoo Primo, which is aimed at an audience who want a high-end full-tower case with plenty of room for water-cooling equipment.  Phanteks are adopting the same philosophy for the Enthoo Prime as they did with their first cooler, the PH-TC14PE … releasing a flagship product to compete with the very best models already out on the market.

We were very impressed with the Phanteks PH-TC14PE when we first looked at it last year. It dethroned the Noctua NH-D14 as the best performance air-cooler on the market.

The company have since down-filled their range of coolers, releasing a number of different models tailored to specific requirements and budgets.  We expect that this is their strategy in the chassis sector, starting with a flagship model – the Enthoo Primo.

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Features

  • Full Tower Chassis
  • Brushed Aluminum Front and Top Panels
  • Ultimate Water Cooling Solution
  • Removable Dust Filters
  • Dual PSU Capability
  • Innovative Reservoir Bracket/ Cable Cover
  • Modular HDD Cages
  • Drop-N-Lock Double Stack SSD Brackets

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  • Ben

    Take my money, I love the power supply idea, get it OUT OF THE WAY!

  • Harris

    Its a great looking case, I agree. I am tempted to upgrade my system for the coming year now with one of these at the foundation…. my old thermaltake is on its last legs

  • Dennis

    Looks very different which I like. Not sure I want to hide my power supply though, i paid £250 for it and love it!

  • tobyak

    well done in installing a 100% AIRCOOLED system in this WATERCOOLING case… *facepalm*

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  • krisk

    Is it possible to remove the entire hdd drive bay, to allow higher airflow into the case?
    And how long videocard is supported?