Phanteks Reveal Enthoo Primo Full Tower Chassis

by - 7 years ago


Phanteks teased their brand new Enthoo Primo case a while back just before Computex and now it is finally ready for release. This is Phanteks’ first venture into the PC chassis market and they are hoping to set the bar very high with the Enthoo Primo. Phanteks have opted for clean styling with an aluminium front panel and controllable LED lighting.


Internally you can move around the hard drive bays or even totally remove them. Phanteks are using “drop n lock” brackets to allow SSDs to be installed in 3 different locations. Both the front and top panels are removable to allow easier installation of components and these also have removable dust filters. Cable management is provided by an extensive management area behind the motherboard tray. There is an LED ON/OFF switch for controlling up to four LED fans or strips in addition to the pre-installed one. Impressively the case has space for two PSUs.

Phanteks_Enthoo_3In terms of cooling Phanteks equip five of their newly released PH-F140SP fans. There is space for up to 16 fans and a PWM fan control hub to control up to 11 fans. The case has also been designed with water cooling in mind and has space for 5 different radiator placements.

Liquid cooling innovations:

  • Radiator brackets allows for easy installation (bottom and side).
  • Modular cable cover with pre-drilled holes for mounting reservoirs.
  • Rear reservoir mounting location.
  • Universal pump bracket with vibration dampening function.

Case specifications:

  • Dimension: 250 mm x 650 mm x 600 mm (W x H x D)
  • Form Factor: Full tower
  • Material(s): Aluminum faceplates, Steel chassis
  • Motherboard support: ATX, EATX, mATX, SSI EEB
  • Front I/O: 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, Mic, Headphone,
  • LED switch
  • Side window: Yes, split-window design

Expansion & Drive Bays:

  • Expansion slots: 8
  • Power supply slots: 2
  • External 5.25″: 5
  • Internal 3.5″: 6 (2x 3HDD cages)
  • Internal 2.5″: 12 (2x 3HDD cages + 2x doublestack SSD brackets expandable to 3x)

For more information, and to purchase, visit this page. Price: £199.99.

Images courtesy of Phanteks

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3 Comments on Phanteks Reveal Enthoo Primo Full Tower Chassis

  • Avatar Matthew Humpherson says:

    So much do want! I cant afford it so I will just buy the fans instead, thats almost the same right? :p

    • Avatar Wayne says:

      It’s probably like kissing your sister but I feel you pain. I guess we’re not alone.

      • Avatar Matthew Humpherson says:

        Yeah loads of poor people like us 🙁 not sure about the sister comment though as I have never kissed her and don’t intend to 😛

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