Monday, December 19th 2016

Phanteks Introduces Two New Additions to the Enthoo Pro Lineup

Phanteks today introduces two new models to the award-winning Enthoo Pro lineup. The Enthoo PRO Tempered Glass and the Enthoo Pro Special Edition. Designed with high-performance and flexibility in mind, maximizing airflow with extensive (water) cooling possibilities for enthusiast systems without the premium price tag. The new Enthoo Pro TG now sports an all new tempered glass side panel and the Special Edition adds Phanteks Halos RGB fan frames to the all white interior. The Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass and Enthoo Pro Special Edition is now available.
Pricing, Availability, and Warranty
Available now, backed by 5-year limited warranty, priced as follows:
  • PH-ES614PTG_BK - $109.99
  • PH-ES614PTG_SWT - $129.99
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7 Comments on Phanteks Introduces Two New Additions to the Enthoo Pro Lineup

#1
Vayra86
Damn it Phanteks, just make me a normal Enthoo but with decent airflow through the top, so I don't have to buy another Fractal case.

#1stworldproblems
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#2
dicktracy
Not a fan of obsolete drive-bays that makes PC case unnecessarily bigger than it needed.
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lexluthermiester
dicktracy said:
Not a fan of obsolete drive-bays that makes PC case unnecessarily bigger than it needed.
Speak for yourself. Some people consider such features a requirement, the absence of which is a deal breaker.

Love this case! The styling is excellent. Although, I'm not seeing a reset button.
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THE_EGG
lexluthermiester said:
Speak for yourself. Some people consider such features a requirement, the absence of which is a deal breaker.

Love this case! The styling is excellent. Although, I'm not seeing a reset button.
I had a white Phanteks Enthoo Pro before my InWin 301. The reset button should be inside the little flip-door where the I/O is located (the top 5.25" bay is a fake one which contains the I/O).

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I find it a little disappointing that they no longer seem to include their large 200mm intake fan. That thing was a beast. Quiet and moved a butt-tonne of air. Though the new TG panel looks like it's on hinges like the smaller mATX Evolv TG so that's nice.
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lexluthermiester
THE_EGG said:
I had a white Phanteks Enthoo Pro before my InWin 301. The reset button should be inside the little flip-door where the I/O is located (the top 5.25" bay is a fake one which contains the I/O).
Oh ok. Nice! The pictures don't show such, so it seemed a curiosity.
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Norton
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@lexluthermiester and @atomicus

Take it to PM's if you want to extend this conversation.... which is what this news post seems to have become between you 2- thread ban issued
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