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Phanteks upgrades the mATX Enthoo Evolv with Tempered Glass and better layout

Over the last few months, Phanteks has been revamping its Evolve case range with Tempered Glass options. The ATX sized Enthoo Evolv is already available with a tempered glass window and now the Evolv MATX also sports tempered glass, with RGB illumination and an easy access front I/O.

The latest entry to the Evolve family sports a magnetic tempered glass side panel on hinges for easy access to the innards on both sides of the chassis. The exterior is still built out of anodised aluminium, so it still retains the design the Evolve series is known for. However, enhancements have been made to the internal layout.

The new Evolve MATX with Tempered Glass now provides more support for extra long graphics cards coolers and has options for mounting liquid cooling radiators. There is space for a 360mm radiator in the front and a 280mm in the roof, allowing you to cram plenty of cooling into the smaller space.

To help personalise the build, there is integrated RGB illumination that can be synced across multiple products using the Phanteks RGB LED adapter. This would allow you to easily colour match the components in your system. Finally, there is also tons of room for cable management, with lots of cable tie down points in the back of the case to keep things neat and organised.

Finally, the new MATX Evolve chassis will be available in the usual three signature colours, Satin Black, Anthracite Grey and Galaxy Silver. Each one will retail for $129.99 in the US and £114.99 over at OverclockersUK

KitGuru Says: I use the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX for my personal gaming rig at home, though not the tempered glass edition. Are any of you guys planning on building a new rig soon? Are you thinking about going with a Phanteks case? 

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