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Phanteks Enthoo Luxe 2 launches in UK

Phanteks has made some of our favourite PC cases over the last few years, particularly when it comes to high-end cases. Last week, we saw the launch of the new wallet-friendly Eclipse P400 AIR range but now, we are back to looking at the high end, thanks to the launch of the Enthoo Luxe 2.

The Enthoo Luxe 2 is a full tower chassis with enough space for even the most extreme systems, including support for two PCs in one case. As you would expect, up to E-ATX (or even SSi-EEB) motherboards are supported, in addition to room for graphics cards up to 503mm long- not that many of those exist. If you wanted to, you could mount two GPUs vertically and run them in SLI.

In terms of fan support, the Luxe 2 can be configured to support up to 15 120mm fans at once, or eight 140mm fans. With all of that fan support, you would also expect great radiator support, which is present here for custom liquid-cooling enthusiasts. There is the option for up to four radiators in this case depending on size, although at maximum, you’ll get two 480mm units, or three 360mm units in one system build.

The internal layout of the case is modular, so you can remove or add certain mounts and make changes as needed. The back of the case boasts industry-leading cable management, with tons of velcro channels to route cables and keep things tidy, in addition to the usual rubber grommets.

The Phanteks Enthoo Luxe 2 also comes with a large tempered glass side window and a subtle RGB LED strip on the front panel. It is an expensive case for an expensive system, coming in at £184.99 here in the UK. 

KitGuru Says: I’ve been using a first-gen Enthoo Evolv for some time myself but I am tempted to upgrade to something a bit bigger. The Enthoo Luxe 2 looks like it might be a perfect next step. Are any of you planning to put together a new rig this year? What do you think of the Enthoo Luxe 2 so far?  

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