Phanteks Unveils The Enthoo Luxe 2 – A Water Cooling Dream


Phanteks has announced their newest case, the Enthoo Luxe 2. The case combines cooling, flexibility, and performance for great building experiences in a full tower chassis. The case has a luxurious aesthetic, building upon what the Evolv X and Enthoo Elite have already done. This can be the home of the ROG Dominus Extreme with compatibility for EEB form factor motherboards. Along with that motherboard support, this case is built for extreme water cooling.

Supports Dual System Builds

This case has enthusiasts and power-hungry workstations in mind with support for a dual system build. They have created space for two individual power supplies for multiple systems. The Revolt X could be a good fit in the build as it is praised as one of the best power supplies for dual system builds. Storage will not be a worry with this system as it supports up to 11 SSDs or 12 HDDs. This supports a full-size system along with an ITX build near the bottom of the PC. The GPU has to be vertically mounted to support the ITX system. The possibilities with this case are almost endless, perfect for content creators.

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Another angle for the case is to make it a spectacle for water cooling. The case has a wide array of possibilities for water cooling. It supports up to two 480 and 360 radiators in the same configuration. It also sports a tempered glass side panel that shows off the internals. It also features something very bizarre, a miniature side panel on the backside to show the SSD off. That is something quite unique and a quirk of this case. As any dual system build would, it features great airflow to cool multiple systems. To top it all off, you can't forget the RGB, the case includes an RGB strip.

This case is looking to shape up to be one of the best for dual systems and could be a content creator's dream. The ability to have multiple systems in a single case is priceless. The case will be available in mid-August for $189.99 which is quite a modest price for a case of this caliber.