Phanteks Enthoo Primo review -
Phanteks Enthoo Primo - Stylish design revinvented
In this article review the Phanteks Enthoo Primo, the chassis with probably the most difficult to remember name. This full Tower chassis however is impressive in style, quality and originality. You are going to see stuff you have never seen before. Unique implementations seems the fascinate me all the way. Not only is the Phanteks Enthoo Primo good looking but it is oozing with nice features. A great design chassis, tool free, lots of space, nice airflow and prepped for liquid cooling. Have a peek at we'll review today, the Phanteks Enthoo Primo.
Just looking at the chassis the first time will bring a smile on your face, an aluminum front awaits you with a carefully implemented LED lighting system. That is just the outside though, as the inside is a labyrinth in design. The chassis is made with a stealthy interior that hides the power supply, HDD, cables and even has a modular cable cover.
Being a Full tower chassis, the liquid cooling afficionado's aren't left alone as radiator brackets are present as well as a rear reservoir mounting location, heck there even is a universal pump bracket with vibration dampening function.
The case has a steel chassis with aluminum faceplates and measures 250 mm x 650 mm x 600 mm / 9.84 x 25.59 x 23.62 inches. You'll get a total of eight expansion slots not one, but two power supply slots alongside five external 5.25-inch drive bay slots and and six internal 3.5-inch bays slots (two HDD cages with 3 drives each). You can also convert the HDD cages into 2.5-inch trays. The Phanteks Enthoo Primo features a front I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and two audio jacks (microphone/headphone). The Enthoo Primo has a LED switch and a side window. Motherboards wise the chassis can house ATX, EATX, mATX, and SSI EEB motherboards.
Priced at £199.99 / $199.99 / €199.99 this chassis positions itself in the high-end range of PC housing, just look at the photo below and realize that this is the first ever chassis Phanteks has released. That is what I call an impressive introduction alright.
Let's startup the review shall we ?
We review the Phanteks Enthoo Primo, the chassis with probably the most difficult to remember name. This full Tower chassis however is impressive in style, quality and originality.