Phanteks Launches the Budget-Friendly Enthoo Pro Case
Prospective shoppers in need of a new case have a budget-friendly option to consider from Phanteks, as the company has just announced its Enthoo Pro full tower case. Even though Phanteks is aiming this case at those on a budget, it certainly isn't skimping on the features. The entire case is assembled with screws instead of rivets, so users can strip it apart and mod to their hearts content. It also means easy access for whatever hardware you're planning to pack inside. Speaking of inside, the Enthoo Pro has a rather large CPU backplate cutout for quick setup of CPU coolers, grommeted wire routing holes, support for multiple radiators (up to four installation areas), and even a power supply cover to keep things extra tidy. There is also a closed HDD panel to help improve frame rigidity, and a removable SSD bracket that can be installed in two different locations. Cooling is provided by a 200mm fan in the front and a 140mm one in the rear, with options for 120, 140, and 200mm in more spots. Front I/O support includes two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, and audio in/out.
The Phanteks Enthoo Pro comes in window and windowless models, with that power supply cover only available on the windowless case. Both will be available later this month for $89.99 (windowless) and $99.99 (window).
Source: Press Release