Phanteks' Dual System case kit can house a two-headed monster


— 12:54 PM on December 2, 2015

Phanteks' Power Splitter accessory already lets modders power two systems from one PSU, but the company is making it even easier for the average builder to put two PCs in one case. The Enthoo Mini XL Dual System kit includes a slightly modified Enthoo Mini XL case, the Power Splitter, and parts that allow builders to put a Mini-ITX mobo alongside a microATX board in the case's main chamber.

The Enthoo Mini XL is already a handsome case on its own. This "super microATX" tower boasts a brushed-aluminum front panel, a dual-chamber cooling design, and built-in LED lighting that can reproduce 10 different colors. For the Dual System kit, Phanteks replaces one of the 5.25" drive bays with a separate set of front-panel controls and ports for the second system inside. If you've got a hankering to put two systems in one case for whatever reason, this kit may be the most hassle-free way to get there on the market.

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