Phanteks is giving builders a a more expansive view of the systems they build inside its Enthoo Evolv ATX case today. The company's Tempered Glass Edition case swaps the Evolv's standard side panels for two full sheets of tempered glass. This version of the case also adds 10-color RGB LED accent lighting around the power button and on the front panel. Those lights can be configured to run in solid, "breathing," or "color cycle" modes.
Glass panels and blinkenlights aside, the Evolv ATX retains the solid-looking foundation of its more traditional forebear. The case has room for three 120-mm fans or a 360-mm radiator on its front and top panels. It can also accommodate two 140-mm fans or a 280-mm radiator in those locations, as well. The case comes pre-loaded with two 140-mm fans on its front panel and one 140-mm exhaust fan.
The Evolv ATX also comes with five 3.5" drive bay sleds and two dedicated 2.5" storage mounting points. It can swallow CPU coolers as tall as 7.6" (194 mm) and graphics cards as long as 11.8" (300 mm) if the 3.5" drive sleds are installed. Phanteks didn't disclose pricing info, but we'd expect this case to carry a premium over the regular Evolv ATX's $180 retail price right now.
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