Phanteks has added a new member to its case lineup, called the Enthoo Pro M. It's a windowed mid-tower chassis with plenty of room for liquid-cooling setups.
The Pro M can accept motherboards as large as E-ATX monsters. There's room for up to eight 3.5" and three 2.5" drives, though Phanteks only includes two 3.5" sleds and one 2.5" sled in the box. There's a single removable 5.25" cage, as well. The Pro M will hold graphics cards up to 11.8" long, or 16.5" if no HDD brackets are placed in front of the GPU.
The case features a flexible cooling arrangement. There are a total of seven fan mounts available. Both the front and top panels can hold up to three 120-mm fans each. The rear wall of the case has room for a 140-mm spinner, which Phanteks populates with one of its own fans out of the box. Those building liquid-cooling loops can use those same spots for placing radiators: the top and front sections each have 360-mm radiator mounts, while the rear mount can hold a single 140-mm unit. The case also features dedicated reservoir mounts.
The front, top, and PSU intakes all feature removable dust filters. Rubber grommets surround the motherboard tray, and more grommets ease cable-routing access to the case's bottom section, which is built to hold extra-long power supplies. Phanteks will offer the Enthoo Pro M in black and "titanium green" finishes, for a suggested price of $79.
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