Phanteks Enthoo Pro Full-Tower Chassis
The front bezel of the Enthoo Pro is angled on the edges, allowing for a slightly reduced size to the section containing the four brushed covers on the bays and front I/O panel. The lower section is mostly mesh, and features holes large enough that the intake fan is plainly visible through it.
There is a small tab at the bottom of the first brushed cover, and lifting it up exposes the front I/O panel. In the front I/O panel, you will find the USB 3.0 ports to the left, followed by USB 2.0 ports, 3.5mm jacks, and the reset button to the right.
The top of the chassis is flat and has much thinner angled edges. Behind the solid section at the front housing the power button, we find a long expanse of that same mesh that was on the front.
From the left, we can see the vents in the front panel, and as we continue left, we find a small window with a Phanteks name plate visible in it. Then, on the far left, there is a large tinted window to show off the gear you put inside.
Out back we find the rear I/O, and exhaust fan at the top; notice the exhaust fan can be raised and lowered as well. There are then eight slotted expansion slot covers, with reservoir mounting and venting next to it, leaving the PSU to go in the bottom of this chassis.
With 27mm of room between this panel and the motherboard tray, Phanteks saw no reason to make an odd looking bump, or anything special here for that matter, as all we see is a large expanse of black painted steel.
Under the chassis, we can see the plastic runs from front to back, offering three feet on each side, and each foot is padded with rubber strips to give a solid footing. Between those we find the PSU dust filter that will slide out of the back, and a longer dust filter for the optional fan locations in the floor, which is removable through the front of the chassis.
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