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Phanteks Enthoo Pro Review

Rating: 9.0.

Last summer Phanteks won our hearts with the Enthoo Primo aluminium case – which claimed a ‘Must Have’ award despite a price tag of £199.99. This success led to a huge amount of anticipation for the upcoming Phanteks Enthoo Pro as we were promised a case that carried over the core thinking behind the Primo, but at half the price.
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Obviously that huge price drop must involve compromises so let’s see whether Phantek’s second case is a success or wide of the target.


  • Motherboard support: E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX.
  • Expansion slots: 8.
  • Included fans: 1x 200mm front intake, 1x 140mm rear exhaust.
  • Fan mounts: 2x 120/140mm front, 3x 120/140mm or 1x 200mm roof, 1x 120/140mm rear, 2x 120 or 1x 140mm bottom and 2x 120mm behind drive towers.
  • 120mm radiator mounts: up to 240mm front, up to 360mm roof, 120mm rear, up to 240mm bottom
  • 140mm radiator mounts: up to 420mm roof, 140mm rear, 140mm bottom
  • 5.25″ drive bays: 3
  • Internal drive bays: 6x 3.5/2.5″, 1x 2.5″.
  • Dimensions: 535mm H x 550mm D x 235mm W.

Key features:

  • Removable PSU cover
  • Removable 3.5-inch drive bays
  • Pre-installed Velcro cable ties
  • Compatible with a huge array of fans and liquid cooling systems
  • Drop-n-Lock SSD bracket
  • Equipped with dust filters
  • PWM hub
  • Supplied with 200mm front fan and 140mm rear fan

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