Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Flow Edition Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 06.03.18
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PSU Cover

In order to hide all the cables connected to your power supply, there is cover hiding away the unit. This helps creating a neat and clean looking system.

Dust filters

There are washable dust filters covering all big openings of the Phanteks Evolv ATX. Thanks to a quick release system they are very easy and convenient to remove.

Well-thought cable managment

On the Enthoo Evolv ATX, Phanteks used rubber grommets through which cables can be routed from one side to the other. The grommets fit very tight and they don't come off easily, like it's the case with so many other enclosures. Also in the delivery there are velcro straps featuring Phanteks imprint.

RGB LED Lights

Straight out of the box Phanteks illuminates the power button, located on top of the case, as well as a small bar in the bottom part of the front. If you'd like to add more light and color, Phanteks recommends adding their LED strips, which go by the name LED PH-CB_RGB4P. These strips are very easy to install thanks to magnets. Apart from that those strips are compatible with the new onboard RGB headers you can find on the latest motherboards, which will allow you to control them easily. Apart from that there are also the so called PH-LEDKT LED strips optionally available, which can be connected to and controlled by the integrated fan controller.

Watercooling ready

The Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX is also ready for watercooling gear. If you wish to install a custom loop, there is the possibility to equip this case with up to three radiators. Two of them can measure 360mm or 280mm in lenght and the third one could be a 140mm model. The fact that two 360mm radiators can be installed gives a lot of opportunities towards custom watercooled builds.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Features Page 7 - Temperatures
Page 4 - Product overview Page 8 - Conclusion

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