The Phanteks Enthoo Elite chassis that we’ve seen house some of the most exciting looking PCs over the past year at special events, is now available to the general public. It’s an enormous chassis that is shipped out in its own padded flight case. You will have to pay through the nose for it though, as it costs a whopping £800.
Designed to be the enthusiast and case modder’s dream, the Enthoo Elite has modular side panels and reconfigurable internals to let you truly customise the layout and purpose of your system. If you prefer silence, thicker side panels are an option, or you can remove much of them entirely to allow for greater airflow and cooling potential.
The sheer size of the Enthoo Elite lets users install up to two individual systems – one up to E-ATX, the oother mini-ITX – as well as more than 18 storage drives in various sizes and configurations. There’s also support for vertical, as well as horizontal GPU mounting and additional covers to hide away cables to keep the system looking neat.[yframe url=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAQ6EyFo0SI’]
Water cooling mounts allow for up to five radiators, even taking up to 560mm designs in the front of the chassis. There are pre-fitted mounts for reservoirs too, making installation much easier than in standard cases.
The exterior is made of anodized aluminium and powdered coated steel, giving the Enthoo Elite a very clean look, while the tempered glass side panels means everyone can see what you’ve done with the interior. The Front I/O ports come with four USB 3.0 ports, a USB 3.1 Type-C port, twin reset switches, an HDMI 2.0 port and the usual headphone and microphone jacks.
The shipping case alone is rather impressive
Available to pre-order now at OCUK, the Phanteks Enthoo Elite will set you back £800 and will be incorporated in a number of upcoming 8Pack systems. It’s expected to start shipping towards the end of February.
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KitGuru Says: This is way more than I would ever personally spend on a case, but it is an amazing piece of kit. Any big system builders among you tempted by this monster?