Phanteks unveils Enthoo Elite PC case at Computex

In addition to a couple of Tempered Glass Edition versions of the already available PC cases, Phanteks decided that Computex 2016 show is the perfect place to unveil its newest flagship PC case, the Enthoo Elite.

Based on a full-tower PC case form-factor and made from 4mm-thick aluminum sheets and the same tempered glass full side panel, the new Enthoo Elite supports most known motherboard form-factors, including SSI-EEB, E-ATX, standard ATX and even lets you make a dual-system PC by adding a mini-ITX motherboard at the bottom of the case, thanks to the supplied PCIe riser card.

The Entho Elite has plenty of customization options and when the bottom part is not used for a second system, it can be used to house a high-end liquid cooling system with a 420/480mm radiator. It also has enough room for a front 560mm radiator or 420/480mm at the top and middle section.

According to the specification list, the precise dimensions of the Enthoo Elite are set at 270x750x620mm, which makes it obvious that this is no small case. It has 10 (+2) expansion slots and comes with five included 3.5-inch (13 optional) and five 2.5-inch (7 optional) drive bays.

The front I/I has four USB 3.0 and one USB 3.1 Type-C port, HDMI, standard audio jacks and RGB control wheel for RGB LED strips placed all around the case, which also support ASUS Aura software.