Tuesday, December 18th 2018

Raijintek Enyo is an Extremely Modular Open-Frame Full-tower

Raijintek today introduced the Enyo, its biggest and greatest open-frame full-tower chassis. Measuring 707 mm x 398 mm x 659 mm, this monstrosity is a capital-I shaped metal frame with floating tempered glass panels on four sides, and steel panels on two. The left side holds a vast EE-ATX capable motherboard tray and a bottom compartment for stacks of 480 mm x 120 mm radiators; while the right side holds two PSU bays, additional radiator mounts, and drive mounts.

Drives and radiators can be mounted on either sides of the case. Up to twenty three 120 mm or 140 mm fans can be mounted on this case, and you can collectively install up to three completely independent high-end DIY liquid cooling loops. The case is made of 2 mm-thick SECC steel and 3 mm-thick tempered glass. The dual-layer middle partition has passageways for cables and coolant tubes. The company didn't reveal pricing.
A presentation by the company follows.

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9 Comments on Raijintek Enyo is an Extremely Modular Open-Frame Full-tower

#1
xkm1948
Holy mother of RGB I am blinded by the LIGHTS!




do want tho.

After dipping into RGB recently I am not going back to dark ages.
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#2
Durvelle27
This case really looks great in terms of expand ability. I wonder what the price will be. I’d definitely be interested in one.
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SN2716057
The dual layer to hide your cables is the only thing that I like.
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#5
kastriot
And It comes with RGB-proof eyeglasses.
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Th3pwn3r
I'd say they copied Thermaltake although Thermaltake probably aren't the first with the design. I wonder what this thing will cost
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#7
erixx
Th3pwn3r said:
I'd say they copied Thermaltake although Thermaltake probably aren't the first with the design. I wonder what this thing will cost
Happy user of Raijintek Paean here. That is the base for this new design.
This one is a bit overkill for me at least. What's the audience for dual PSU?
Dual RADs is cool, so you can keep CPU and GPU cooling apart. Triple?

If they make a smaller one without all the extras I would consider upgrading, but I am really fully satisfied. I see only one side of mine. This one is made to be viewed from all angles....
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micropage7
Th3pwn3r said:
I'd say they copied Thermaltake although Thermaltake probably aren't the first with the design. I wonder what this thing will cost
yeah, agree
the first time i saw it, it close to TT design, like the took it and improve it
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Th3pwn3r
And don't get me wrong, I do like it. It's probably a bit bigger than I'd like though. I'd wall mount or shelf mount it personally.
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