Thursday, May 30th 2019

Phanteks at COMPUTEX 2019: Enthoo Luxe 2, Eclipse P360X and P400A, Evolv Shift Air PC Chassis

Ever since being revealed at CES 2019, Phanteks has been hard at work on their prototype Luxe 2. Since then, the Luxe 2 has been fine-tuned to bring optimal cooling performance with the best building experience. The new redesigned full tower case incorporates the latest high-end features from the Enthoo Elite and Evolv X. Features such as SSI-EEB motherboard support, extreme water-cooling with dual 480 and dual 360 radiators installed simultaneously, and extensive storage for up to 12x HDD's / 11x SSDs.

Whether you are an extreme gamer or needing a professional workstation, the Luxe 2 offers you the flexibility to configure the perfect system. With the dual system support, capture all your glorious moments and stream without interfering with your gaming system (Revolt X required). Create a dual PSU (Revolt Pro required) system to run for example powerful deep learning workstations. The Enthoo Luxe 2 will be available from early August, at an
MSRP of $189.99 / €189,90.
Eclipse P360X and P400A: Retaining design while increasing performance
The new Eclipse P360X and P400A are redesigned cases for the Eclipse series. The P360X's distinctive look is influenced by automotive 3D LED design and brings improved airflow with the new air ducts. The P400A retains the award-winning design of the P400 and features a new ultra-fine mesh front panel that maximizes airflow while filtering out dust.
Both P360X and P400A will have water cooling support and features open PCI slot design for vertical GPU mounting (bracket required). The P400A will come in 2 models: D-RGB version with 3x 120mm D-RGB fans and Airflow version with 2x 120mm fan (non-RGB) and fan controller.

Eclipse P360X & P400A Available: mid August
Eclipse P360X MSRP: $69.99 / €69,90
Eclipse P400A MSRP: $69.99 / €69,90 (airflow version)
Eclipse P400A MSRP: $89.99 / €89,90 (D-RGB version)

Evolv Shift Air: High performance fabric
The Evolv Shift Air implements Phanteks' innovative fabric mesh to its design. The new material allows the Shift Air to blend subtly into its surroundings and brings a direct airflow path to the CPU and GPU (air-cooled). The new Shift Air comes at a lower price than the original Shift, and the new panels will be available to purchase for current Shift owners.
Available: end July
MSRP: $99.99 / €99,90
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8 Comments on Phanteks at COMPUTEX 2019: Enthoo Luxe 2, Eclipse P360X and P400A, Evolv Shift Air PC Chassis

#1
ZoneDymo
man what waterblocks are those? they look like they are just all under that acrylic
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#2
shilka
Really wish the Luxe 2 would have had room for just a single 5,25 drive somewhere as i am looking for new case with room for more than 6 HDD´s and still need room for a 5,25 drive which i still use regularly
Yes i know you can buy an external drive but thats extra costs when i already have a drive i can re-use and its extra cables going out of the PC

Even having a drive sticking out the back like you could on the old Evolv was fine at least it was there
Guess i am buying another Luxe 1 then or i will have to spend $150 on an Asus External Blu-Ray drive if i want the Luxe 2
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#3
NightOfChrist
I really fancy that D140 distro plate. I am longing for it.
Do you guys at TPU have more images of D140 to show?

ZoneDymo, post: 4056882, member: 66089"
man what waterblocks are those? they look like they are just all under that acrylic
The CPU monoblock? It's Phanteks' own Glacier block.
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#4
SP33DST3R
shilka, post: 4056937, member: 99461"
Really wish the Luxe 2 would have had room for just a single 5,25 drive somewhere as i am looking for new case with room for more than 6 HDD´s and still need room for a 5,25 drive which i still use regularly
Yes i know you can buy an external drive but thats extra costs when i already have a drive i can re-use and its extra cables going out of the PC

Even having a drive sticking out the back like you could on the old Evolv was fine at least it was there
Guess i am buying another Luxe 1 then or i will have to spend $150 on an Asus External Blu-Ray drive if i want the Luxe 2
There is room to fit 5.25 drives. Saw this module bracket in the video ( same as Enthoo Elite : http://www.phanteks.com/images/product/Enthoo-Elite/Black/Elite-18.jpg )
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#6
springs113
shilka, post: 4057032, member: 99461"
How does that work it looks like the drives fit in sideways?
It's mounted just like how it does in the elite...I can probably dig it up for you since I have the elite. It would be inside the case itself though(as in you need to open the side panel).
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#7
Phanteks
shilka, post: 4056937, member: 99461"
Really wish the Luxe 2 would have had room for just a single 5,25 drive somewhere as i am looking for new case with room for more than 6 HDD´s and still need room for a 5,25 drive which i still use regularly
Yes i know you can buy an external drive but thats extra costs when i already have a drive i can re-use and its extra cables going out of the PC

Even having a drive sticking out the back like you could on the old Evolv was fine at least it was there
Guess i am buying another Luxe 1 then or i will have to spend $150 on an Asus External Blu-Ray drive if i want the Luxe 2
Hi, you can purchase the separate 5.25 bay bracket from Phanteks and install to the Luxe 2. There is a location in the interior of the Luxe 2 that can allow you to install the bracket. :)
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