Monday, June 2nd 2014

Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL Case Pictured

Here are the first pictures of Phanteks' attempt at an enthusiast micro-ATX case. It may be a micro-ATX case, but at 260 mm x 480 mm x 550 mm (WxDxH), it is nearly as big as an ATX mid-tower. The extra room is used not for additional expansion slots (making it an ATX case), but room for additional drives, or water-cooling components. It carries over much of its styling and utility features over from the Enthoo Prime, the full-tower that catapulted Phanteks to the top of the list of interesting case designers to look out for. Among its most notable features are dust filters for all fan intakes, intakes supporting large (>140 mm) fans, room for large 280 x 140 mm radiators, and room for as many drives as a mid-tower.
A video presentation of the case and its various features, follows.

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5 Comments on Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL Case Pictured

Thoroughly impressed with their case designs.

Phanteks, I salute you. :rockout:
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I was thinking this looked like an awkward matx case but the amount of different possibility's is very impressive.
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Very interesting case, amazing radiator options, great looking - another home run for Phanteks.
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Very nice all the removable dust filters :) good looking case
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I thought that the name "mini XL" is a bit stupid but, oh boy, this case truly deserves this name!!!!

And on a side note, can all case manufacturers can make a video like this for all their cases please?!
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