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Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX Mini ITX Tower Case

(34 Ratings, 4.7 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Phanteks

Part #

PH-ES215P_BK

Manufacturer

Phanteks

Type

Mini ITX Tower

Color

Black

Power Supply

None

Side Panel Window

Acrylic

Power Supply Shroud

Yes

Front Panel USB

USB 3.2 Type-A

Motherboard Form Factor

Mini ITX

Full-Height Expansion Slots

2

Half-Height Expansion Slots

0

Maximum Video Card Length

330 mm / 12.992"

Internal 2.5" Bays

1

Internal 3.5" Bays

2

Price History

    Reviews

    Schnairph
    • 54 points
    • 54 months ago

    from completed build Enyo - i5-4690k - GTX 970

    Fantastic case with great aesthetics and extremely flexible utility. The only reason I took a star off is because the power LED shipped not working, and, more importantly, the advertised 240mm radiator compatibility in the front is mediocre at best. For most using one radiator on the top, this won't be an issue and will be a fantastic case, but some creativity is needed to fit the front radiator.

    In my build, since I chose to use a pump/reservoir combo, I needed the utility mid-plate in order to fit, however with the radiator mounted behind the front fans, the mid-plate would not fit. I had to move the radiator to the outside (still filtered and covered) and mount the fans in pull in order to use the utility plate. With slight modification this could be avoided but was probably the most brain-taxing portion of the build.

    Even though it is a mini-ITX case, the interior is cavernous compared to some of the other cases in this market (specifically the EVGA Hadron Air, which I had previously used), but the trade-off is flexibility without modification.

    Also of note: prior to water cooling, I had used a Noctua NH-D14 for CPU cooling and it fit quite comfortably.

    hurla
    • 51 points
    • 37 months ago

    The build quality is fine. It's a good case for a mitx build

    Lyoko649
    • 35 points
    • 35 months ago

    from completed build Student Allowance - TPmods

    almost awesome case to work with. but it has its ups and downs like for one the pull out rad bracket is too stiff and is hard to pull out to install some fans or a rad.

    Skraydd
    • 35 points
    • 30 months ago

    from completed build Skraydd's workstation

    The cutest case from the best manufacturer ever ! Sadly it doesn't have tempered glass and it's plastic, but it looks so small and cute that I have to control myself not hugging it every two seconds.

    EndTheFed
    • 34 points
    • 32 months ago

    from completed build Baymax 2.0

    Five stars! I love this case. It's flexible, capable of custom liquid cooled loops, and can easily fit two AIOs for CPU and GPU. Lots of spots for mounting drives and includes an excellent 200mm intake fan. Very sturdy, no flex when moving the case, the side window just looks sharp, and the exposed PSU shroud is classy and unique.

    alneal2787
    • 32 points
    • 37 months ago

    from completed build Blue Noctua Mini ITX

    Whats not to love? this is a fantastic looking ITX case with no compromises was simple to build in. Had no problems installing 5 140mm Noctua AF14s in it. I stole my phan hub that came with the enthoo pro :) free upgrade!

    ray-lee
    • 27 points
    • 43 months ago

    from completed build ITX Skylake Build

    Case is great. Well thought out, plenty of ways to mount rads and fans. It's quite big for an ITX, but it has to be to fit large rads. Build quality and paint finish are good.

    ATX PSU is quite hard to do decent cable management even when fully modular. Not a whole lot of room to work with in the PSU area.

    Luciferian
    • 26 points
    • 41 months ago

    from completed build Dies Irae

    This is the best case I've ever built in. It was so, so easy. My previous build was in a NZXT S340, and while that case was also a nice value, I don't think this case can be beat for the price. It has an extremely intuitive and easy to build in design, and a very high quality for the price that you pay.

    It is a pretty respectable size for a mini itx case, but it makes up for its larger footprint with a huge amount of space and airflow for this form factor. You can pretty much go to town in this thing with no worries. My 240mm radiator isn't even close to getting in the way of my RAM or anything else, and I could probably fit another radiator up front as well if I wanted to.

    If you aren't keeping in mind the small confines of the mini itx form factor and the solid sides of this case, you might end up with something that gets pretty hot. With the H100i v2 and the blower fan GPU cooler it's not a large issue for me. I have, however, taken to running this case with the sides and front off because I think it looks great as an "open" test bed style rig, and in that configuration heat is not an issue in the slightest.

    Desmond327
    • 20 points
    • 47 months ago

    from completed build The Black Box

    Beautiful case in my opinion with tons of modular bits. Great air cooling and water cooling support with tons of space for ssds. Not the smallest itx case ever but allows for the majority of air-cooler towers and 1 full length Gpu.

    azianbubbletea
    • 20 points
    • 42 months ago

    from completed build Third times the charm

    I love love love this case. It looks great , has a good internal layout , the removable bracket up top is so convenient , plenty of space behind the back panel , and if I ever decide to try some watercooling I hear this case is great for that.

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