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Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition - PR

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition

 

Phanteks today announces the new Special Edition Enthoo Evolv ITX which brings two new colors to the Enthoo Evolv ITX Series. The two color options are PH-ES215P_WT (White with Black Interior) and PHES215P_SRD (Black with Red interior). The Enthoo EVOLV ITX retains the minimalist design from the original EVOLV and features a metal exterior. The case measures at 230 x 375 x 395 mm and is equipped with 1x PH-F200SP fan, front I/O port, 1x SSD Bracket, and 2x 3.5" removable HDD bracket.

  

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The EVOLV ITX is capable of high end video card up to 13 inches in length and supports serious water-cooling. The EVOLV offers a unique bracket solution for the radiator to be mounted on top without any conflicts between the radiator and memory. Extra storage is possible with the included Drop-N-Lock SSD bracket and a Multifunctional mid plate Bracket which allows for mounting reservoir, pump, and SSD/HDD.

 

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition  Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition  

 

There are many upgrade options for the EVOLV ITX. Accessories like, the 3.5" HDD bracket (PH-HDDKT_01), SSD Brackets (PH-SDBKT_01/PH-SDBKT_02), Pump Bracket (PH-PUMBKT_01), and the PWM hub (PH-PWHUB_01) are all compatible with the EVOLV ITX.

"Features such as being very versatile, having a spacious and clean interior and of course making it very easy to build watercooling systems is what the Enthoo Series is all about." - Boon Tuoh Khor.

 

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition  

 

Pricing and Availability

The White and Black version is available for £54.99 at Overclockers UK and the Black and red version is available for £52.99 at Overclockers UK. 

 

Thoughts

We at OC3D are fans of Phanteks' Enthoo Evolv series of cases, having already given their Evolv MATX case the OC3D Gold and Value for money awards. 

It is fantastic to see a manufacturer bring a case to the market with a wider selection of colour choices and options, as not everyone is a fan of the case's vanilla all black colour scheme.  Right now these cases are available on Overclockers UK, so if you are looking to buy one, they have them in stock. 

 

Read more on Phantek's Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition cases on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

24-08-2015, 11:31:51

King of Old Old School
Yep i can guess what the perfect motherboard for this case is Quote

24-08-2015, 11:57:07

Dark NighT
Gpu's might have some issues breathing in that case.Quote

24-08-2015, 12:03:25

Dicehunter
Maybe they can send Tom 2 of them so he can do the old switcharoo to make a red and white case Quote

24-08-2015, 12:40:48

Greenback
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
Gpu's might have some issues breathing in that case.
A 240 rad in the top and front fall watercooling np Quote

24-08-2015, 13:25:52

dwatterworth
I think the airflow on these cases is very over-exaggerated. I've got the Matx Evolv and that top panel really puts a damper on exhaust. I don't have a real watercooling loop yet, just an H105. I've got (3) 140mm 2000rpm Noctua industrial fans that fill the remaining mounts. No matter if I have the H105 in the front on supply duty or the 140's, when I take that top panel off, temps drop around 5c-10c depending on load. Probably doesn't help that I have a volcanic electricity gobbler (290x DCU II), but I was surprised to see the difference just by pulling the top panel.

I don't know much of anything about watercooling other than what I've read, but would the cooling improve with a true custom loop with (2) 280mm rads? -- requires some dremel work on the interior of the front to widen out the slot in the PSU tray cover thing, silly that it didn't come able to accept a 280mm rad. It's the same amount of heat, but more focused airflow/lowering the heat density?Quote
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