Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Full-Tower Chassis
The front bezel is made mostly of aluminium, and it has been blasted to give it a rough texture. Within it, there are four bay covers at the top, with the uppermost bay cover lifting up to expose the front I/O panel, and the LED light button. Rather than a full mesh section at the bottom, in the Luxe, we have a thick aluminium panel to add a bit of style.
The top of the chassis offers the power button and power LED right near the front, while the rest of the top offers this large mesh panel that latches at the back, and is easily removable for access.
This side of the chassis looks much like the other two. A flat panel with two windows, and body lines that are straight and tight. While right now things may look a bit plain, wait until we power this chassis, and you will see the real styling that this case has in store.
The rear panel offers the adjustable height fan next to the rear I/O panel. Below that, we find well ventilated covers in the eight expansion slots, with mesh and holes for potential reservoir placement. At the bottom we see where the PSU goes, and we can also see the tab for the dust filter.
The right is plainer than the left, but around the top, and down the front, there is the same incorporated lighting that will add some excitement to what would otherwise likely face the wall for most of its life.
Under the chassis, we can see that the thick plastic on both sides is what supports this chassis, and we can see the six small rubber pads are there to give it grip. We can also see that the bottom is completely dust filtered, but it is in two sections; the PSU filter goes out of the back, but the longer filter slides out of the front.
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