Back in April, Phanteks released a version of its Enthoo Evolv case with tempered-glass side panels. That case was apparently a popular choice, as the company is now adding tempered-glass side panels to two other models in its lineup. Enter the Enthoo Luxe Tempered Glass and Enthoo Pro M Tempered Glass.
Unlike the Evolv—which got a pair of glass panels—both of the cases Phanteks is releasing have a single sheet of tempered glass for the left-side panel. The new versions look to be unchanged from the previous iterations save for the glass panels themselves, so if you're already familiar with the Enthoo Luxe or Pro M cases, you know what you're getting here.
For those unfamiliar with it, the Enthoo Luxe is a full tower chassis that can take ATX, E-ATX, and SSI EEB motherboards. Phanteks says the case can take three 5.25" drives, six 3.5" drives, and four 2.5" drives simultaneously. The case comes with four 140-mm fans and can accept two more. Alternatively, builders can mount 240-mm radiators in the front and bottom of the case, a 120-mm radiator in the rear, and a massive 420-mm radiator in the top. Just like the regular Luxe, the tempered glass variant includes RGB lighting that can sync with Asus' Aura or MSI's Mystic Light systems.
The Enthoo Pro M is a more moderate mid-tower chassis, although it can still take E-ATX motherboards up to 26 cm wide. It can accept eight 3.5" disks and three 2.5" disks simultaneously. The case also has a 5.25" drive bay that can be removed in favor of mounting a 360-mm radiator up front. Another 360-mm cooler can be mounted in the top, and a 120-mm unit can fit in the rear of the case. If liquid cooling isn't your thing, the Enthoo Pro M includes two 140-mm fans, and can accept two more.
Both cases include a PWM fan hub and re-usable fan filters. Phanteks hasn't announced US pricing for the new versions, but the company says they should be available this month. Phanteks suggests a price of €99 for the Enthoo Pro M Tempered Glass, while the Enthoo Luxe Tempered Glass should be €169.
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