The Phanteks 2015 product line looks promising from what we have seen so far at their CES 2015 suite. Here in Vegas, they are showing off two new builds in the Enthoo Mini XL chassis. Out of the box the Enthoo Mini XL is clearly ready for advanced custom watercooling.
As we can see in the image below, this case can support a dual loop system with a 360mm radiator set up in a push/pull configuration. There is also support for another 240mm radiator on the side, with plenty of room left for two large reservoir/pump combos.
Phanteks has also created a Mini ITX Upgrade kit for the Mini XL. This will allow users to install two complete independent systems, a good example of this would be combining a gaming rig and a server into one case to save on desktop space.
Phanteks added two new cases to the Enthoo Series under the Evolv family, just like the original Evolv, the ATX version comes with a 3mm aluminum exterior. One key feature of the aluminum ATX version is a unique bracket solution for quick installation of a radiator in the top. Other features includes a reservoir mounting location and SSD/HDD mounting locations. The Evolv ATX verison will be priced at $149.99 / £119.99 and will be available late April, 2015.
Phanteks also released their first Mini ITX, a budget oriented chassis that uses steel exterior. Coming in at $79.99 / £59.99, this case has many useful features, such as a unique bracket solution for a radiator on top and a multi-functional bracket for a reservoir, pump, and SSD/HDD. This particular case is set to launch in March.
Lastly, for those of you looking to grab the Evolv, you now have a new color option-Anthracite Grey, which will be priced at $129.99 / £199.99.
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KitGuru Says: Phanteks seems to have a good product lineup waiting to be unleashed this year. What do you guys think of the lineup?