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Computex 2019: PHANTEKS Enthoo Luxe 2, Glacier liquid cooling gear and more

We had the chance to stop by at the Phanteks suite at Computex today to get up close with all-new cases and liquid cooling gear. The Enthoo Luxe 2 makes another return, this time showing off some incredible dual systems, we also get to see some new Glacier liquid cooling blocks, including a block for the Radeon 7 graphics card.

Watch on Vimeo below or on YouTube HERE.

We first saw the Enthoo Luxe 2 at CES earlier this year but the case is now much closer to launch. In the video, you can see that Leo is already very impressed. Feature-wise, this full tower case has enough room for extreme watercooling setups with multiple 360mm and 420mm radiators. There is also support for a dual system set up, so you can have an ATX build mounted normally and a second Mini-ITX build sat underneath. Of course, that also means that there is room for dual power supplies and a whole lot of storage drives.

Other cases on the way include the P360X, which is an upgrade to the P350 case. The P400A is also on the way, with a full mesh front panel for airflow- this one is particularly interesting as the front panel is not just a piece of mesh attached to a frame, but rather a full solid piece of steel with perforation holes punched in. Both of these cases will be amongst Phanteks’ cheaper options and will be available in August.

Many of the systems on show in the video feature Phanteks Glacier liquid cooling gear. In terms of new blocks, Radeon 7 graphics card owners will be able to pick up a Phanteks block for custom liquid cooling. Elsewhere, Phanteks is also coming out with its own AMP series of power supplies, which are made in partnership with Seasonic, are fully modular and rated for 80Plus Gold efficiency.

KitGuru Says: Phanteks always has a lot to show off and as usual, it is all quite impressive. Are any of you planning a new PC build for 2019? Will you be considering a Phanteks case? Or even Phanteks liquid cooling?

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