Phanteks' new dual Enthoo Mini XL chassis houses two PC builds

Phanteks' newest chassis lets you pack in two separate Mini-ITX builds into a single case.

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Published Wed, Dec 2 2015 4:34 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:02 PM CST

If you've always wanted to combine a workstation and gaming PC in the same case, then Phanteks' latest chassis is right up your alley.

Phanteks has just announced the Enthoo Mini XL Dual System, its latest chassis that supports two PC builds--a MicroATX and Mini-ITX--that can "run two fully functional system independently of one another.". The Mini XL chassis comes outfitted with a pre-installed ITX upgrade kit and power splitter to ensure both independent builds can be powered by the same PSU, and mirrors the hidden Power Supply and HDD style found in the original Enthoo Mini XL design.

The case itself sports a pump bracket, PWM control hub and radiator bracket as well as dual removable HDD cages, 2 Drop-N-Lock SSD brackets, dust filters and cable ties that make for sleek cable management. The chassis is outfitted with three different fans to ensure airflow to system components. As far as aesthetics, the Enthoo Mini XL Dual System has a 10-color lighting system as well as a sandblasted aluminium faceplate with matte finish.

Phanteks' Enthoo Mini XL System will be available starting this month for a price point of $240 (209.90€ or £159.99).

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