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Phanteks EVOLV MATX Micro-Tower Chassis Review

By Chad Sebring from Apr 19, 2017 @ 10:00 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 100%Manufacturer: Phanteks





Phanteks delivers the Evolv MATX is a clean package. As to the front panel of the packaging, all we see is the chassis name in white text across the top and an image of this new chassis front and center.





Sticking with clean and simplistic packaging, this side panel delivers just the Phanteks name in white on a vast expanse of black cardboard.




The back of the box has much more to offer. A brief statement on the makeup and options starts thing off, with notations of connectivity of this chassis to MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASUS Aura Sync motherboards. Below that, we find four images showing the Evolv MATX from various angles and states of disassembly. At the bottom, we locate fine print which covers the appearance, functionalities, and the cooling capabilities.




As we make it around to the final panel on the exterior, the top offers the Phanteks name. The rest of the panel is used to display half of the front of the Evolve, with a full list of specifications to the right of it. At the bottom, we also found the sticker displaying the model number and a smaller stick next to it with the serial number.




Each of the tempered glass side panels is shipped with plastic coating the outside of the glass, and then the entire chassis is surrounded in a clear plastic bag, working together to protect the glass as well as the aluminum finish. To take on the bumps and bruises associated with shipping, the Evolv MATX then uses thick Styrofoam end caps on the front and the back of the chassis. All of which worked together to allow this sample to arrive to us in a flawless condition.




Phanteks also takes one more step in protecting the tempered glass side panels, and that is with the use of four silicone covers like the one seen here. Since the doors swing open and are magnetically latched, the front corners, at the top and bottom of both panels, have these in place to ensure the glass is not chipped or cracked if they happen to work themselves open in transit.

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