Inside the Enthoo Pro Continued
Under the cover we see six large foam pads for the PSU to sit on, with large holes in the mesh under it. We can also see one of the optional fan locations, as the other is behind the steel plate covering the HDD racks, and we also see a couple of screws and grommets that help lock the cover down to the floor and keep it from vibrating.
In the back of the Enthoo Pro, we find this 140mm fan with white blades to match the larger one in the front of the chassis. To mount cards in these slots, there are screws with hex heads, just like one would use for PSU installation, to secure these covers and potential cards.
Phanteks has done a lot of the wiring for us, and the thin Velcro straps make adding wiring later a breeze. We can see the HDD trays finally, and we can also see the SSD tray off to the right, under the access hole for coolers.
Phanteks also provides this chassis with a six-port fan controller; this is a bit different than normal. It is powered with a SATA connection to supply the board with power, but there is also a CPU-FAN connection and lead you connect to the motherboard for PWM functionality across the hub.
We had to undo some of what Phanteks had done to get this image, and a reference of how long the cables are. There is plenty of cable to get everything where it needs to be, and everything is dressed in black to blend into the inside of the chassis.
We did have the motherboard in before we remembered to take of the bezel to see what is going on. The mesh on the bezel is screwed in, so it can be removed for cleaning, and we see the provided 200mm fan in the front, with the holes for other options in fan or radiator mounting.
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