Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Acrylic runs in windowed mode

Phanteks' latest release is an update to its Enthoo Pro M. The new Enthoo Pro M Acrylic offers all the versatility and flexibility of last year's model, along with a huge acrylic window that showcases your rig's internals.

The Pro M Acrylic is a mid-tower case with plenty of room. It measures in at 9.25 x 18.9 x 19.7", which is large enough to support E-ATX motherboards up to 10.4" wide. The case accommodates graphics cards up to 16.5" long and CPU coolers up to 7.6" tall. It can hold up to eight internal 3.5" drives, though the unit only ships with brackets for two. Builders can also leave out the brackets, remove the cage for the optical disk drive, and open up some serious space for cooling equipment.

The Pro M Acrylic supports a wide variety of options for cooling hardware. The case ships with two 140-mm PH-F140SP fans. It also has space for one more 140-mm fan on the front panel and two more up top. Dust filters for the front, top, and bottom help protect the hardware inside. Builders could also fit a monster liquid cooling setup into the Pro M Acrylic. The top and front panels of the case can both hold 360-mm radiators. Phanteks includes dedicated reservoir mounts, as well.

Overall, the Pro M is attractive and understated, directing attention to the hardware inside rather than the case itself. There are a few angles on the front panel, but no garish color accents or trim. The two front USB 3.0 ports are tucked along the side of the front panel along with the headphone and microphone jacks. Phanteks doesn't even put its logo on the outside of the case. To find the Phanteks name, you have to look inside on the the shroud that covers the PSU and lower drive cages.

If the aesthetics and versatility of the Enthoo Pro M Acrylic appeal to you, the case is already available on Newegg for $90.

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