Inside the Enthoo Luxe
Upon opening the chassis, we find two hardware boxes. One of them, containing the main hardware for the chassis, has been tucked in the lower optical drive bay. The large box contains some additional bits of kit that Phanteks is introducing, which will go along with the Luxe, or any Enthoo Series chassis for that matter.
Just like with the Enthoo Pro, we are again given three 5.25" bays to populate, and this side offers beefy tool-free mechanisms. Both on this side, as well as on the other, there is also the option to use screws for more secure mounting for things like a bay reservoir.
Just like the other two Enthoo chassis, when it comes to the storage drive, access is from the right side of the chassis, and instead there is a full steel panel with the Phanteks name plate bolted to it.
A view out of the top of the chassis shows that the fan locations go all the way up into the 5.25" bays. We can see the offset of the standoffs from the roof of the case, but there is also room to place some fans between the chassis and top cover, and have the radiator hung from inside. Alternatively, with thinner radiators, you could put them in the top as well.
The motherboard tray has a huge access hole, and around it are seven large wiring holes with grommets in place, and fourteen locations to tie wiring down.
We also get the same PSU cover we found in the Pro. It covers the floor almost entirely, and while making a gentle bend from the side to the top, it also offers another management hole for any potential wiring needs.
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