What sets the Enthoo Primo apart from other cases is its large (?10 cm) clearance between the motherboard tray and the panel behind it. This gives you a large amount of room to route cables, coolant tubes, and even tuck away some parts of your liquid-cooling loop, such as pumps and reservoirs.
The Enthoo Primo from Phanteks features eight expansion slot bays, letting you use dual-slot graphics cards on the bottommost slot on your motherboard, six 3.5-inch drive trays spread across two cages, each tray can hold two 9.5 mm-thick 2.5-inch drives. The case offers five 5.25-inch bays that hide behind a door in the front-panel. Cooling system includes two 120 mm front intakes, a 120 mm rear exhaust, and provision for additional fans on the top (3x 120 mm), side-panel, and bottom. A 6-channel voltage-based fan-controller comes included.
Phanteks Enthoo Primo case gets pictured
Posted on Monday, Jun 03 2013 @ 18:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The latest firm to enter the computer case market is Phanteks. TPU published some pictures of the Enthoo Primo, the first case from Phanteks. It's a full-tower ATX case that seems to be able to rival cases from Corsair and Lian Li. Pricing and availability is unknown.