Phanteks introduced a mid-tower ATX version of its Enthoo Evolve enclosure at Computex today. Check it out:
The case's aluminum body panels are three millimeters thick, and the sides hang on hinges, allowing them to swing open like doors. Inside, the main compartment accepts E-ATX and smaller mobos. It can also host graphics cards up to 16.5" (42 cm) long, which is enough for current cards and probably the Titan XIV or whatever appears next.
A removable radiator bracket resides in the top panel, offering support for dual-fan radiators up to 280 mm and three-fan units up to 360 mm. Two reservoirs can be mounted in the main compartment, and there's room for a pump in the lower chamber.
Phanteks includes three 140-mm fans: two up front and one at the back. The case has internal mounts for five 140-mm fans or seven 120-m ones. Dust filters cover the front panel and the bottom-mounted intake for the PSU. As an added bonus, the front power LED can shine in one of four colors.
For storage, the Evolv offers three modular 3.5" HDD brackets that can be mounted on the inside of the front panel, plus two 2.5" brackets behind the motherboard tray. The tray has a large cutout behind the CPU socket, and it's ringed by grommeted holes for cabling. There's 1.4" of clearance behind the tray and plenty of velcro ties for cable management.
The Enthoo Evolv ATX is available in "anthracite gray" and plain ol' black. The recommended retail price for both is $179.99 in the US, £139.99 in the UK, and 179.90€ in the rest of Europe.