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Enthoo Pro M TG
ATX Mid Tower
Black / White
Side Panel Window
Tinted Tempered Glass
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
- 300 mm / 11.811" With Drive Cages
- 420 mm / 16.535" Without Drive Cages
- 500 mm x 235 mm x 480 mm
- 19.685" x 9.252" x 18.898"
External 5.25" Bays
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 56.4 L
- 1.992 ft³
- 45 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Ice and Fire
Hands down the best case I have seen. Easy to work with, cable management is already provided, and the installed fans look great and stay quiet. I was a little confused if this included an rgb controller, which it does NOT. But that is okay, I ended up with a $2 add on cord to daisy chain the rest of my rgb together. Also, the white looks so good and the tempered glass is sturdy and just plain sexy.
- 28 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build ORION 2.0 ~ Red / White Music Production / Gaming Build
It's beautiful and very good for the price. My only complaint is that there's something seriously wrong with the top fan tray. I don't know if I just got unlucky and mine came damaged, but it's extremely hard to pull out and it practically grinds when you try to take it out. I also would have preferred it to have more front intake fans in place of the 5.25 inch bay. I had to mount my H115i at the top instead of the front because there was no room for it, mainly due to my hard drives being in the way.
- 26 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Inferno (4k Gaming/Development Rig)
This case literally checked all my requirements. Good airflow? Check, front panel mesh and side vents work charms, top panel has room for a 360mm. Tempered glass side panel? Check. Show off your parts? Check, has a PSU cutout as well as a front mounted SSD tray, and the main chamber has a TON of room to cram anything in it. Great features? Easy building? Check, radiator tray and plenty of cutouts and rubber grommets everywhere. Good looks? Check, included fan Halos give a nice front facing look, white interior reflects any light you shine on it. Honestly I don't understand how this case was only 150CAD$. Definitely the most underrated case from Phanteks.
- 11 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Z-Machine
Excellent case... Here is the build thread: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/b/37KBD3.
Air flows freely from the front fans to the motherboard, GPU, and CPU area. The two provided 140mm fans are quiet and effective. They can go to a max of 1200 rpm. I programmed them via Gigabyte's BIOS to spin at ~888 rpm when the CPU is idling. At this speed they are mostly inaudible. The RGB Halos frame on the fans are very effective when mated to the white fans making the the fan appear more like a colored discs.
Cable management is also made easy with this case. There are a total of four oval openings lined with rubber grommets. Two on the right side of the motherboard, one on top and one on top of the PSU enclosure. There are three hook and loop velcro straps at the back of the case to hold down the wires to the case.
The case also has its own RGB controller for the supplied RGB Halos frame for the front fans. When using the Phanteks RGB controller, you need to connect the 12 volt SATA adapter to a 12 volt source from the PSU. You can also wire the Phanteks RGB Halos directly to your motherboard RGB headers in which case you need to disconnect the 12 volt SATA adapter and power the lights directly from the motherboard headers.
The only gripes I can think of are:
(a) Phanteks should have supplied another fan / RGB Halos combo for the rear exhaust port. (b) It would also be nice if the case came with a speaker to allow easy debugging during bootups.
- 9 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build The Frisky Whale
Really cool case especially for what I bought it at, unfortunately was missing case fans and rgb rings also case screws and some covers but hey 45 dollars is 45 dollars (cad). Also was going to make a few custom whale edition metal covers to replace some in the case and on the graphics card but I sold the system. Oh well.
- 8 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build MrMOABy's Second Build
Good case for the most part. Kinda disappointed that I can't fit the 360 rad in the front, but that's not entirely the case's fault.
- 8 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build RC Custom AMD ROG STRIX 3900X
Has almost every feature you need in a modern build. Great airflow. Good looking and clean. Plenty of room. Should come with additional drive mounts. Wish the front USB were 3.1!
- 7 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Project: Ela
This model came with 140mm fans and 2 Halos preinstalled in the front. For the price I would say it was worth it. Cable management was AMAZING… I really can’t recommend Phanteks cases enough.
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