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Phanteks Announces Enthoo Luxe Successor, the Luxe 2

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One of the most critically acclaimed companies in cases recently is Phanteks, a team of Dutch designers and quality Chinese manufacturing has combined to make some of the best and most innovative cases in recent memories.

Today Phanteks has announced the follow up to their wildly successful full tower the Enthoo Luxe, and they’ve named it simply the Enthoo Luxe 2. Here’s more on the new case:

Phanteks today announced the release of the new Enthoo Luxe 2. Designed for performance, the Enthoo Luxe 2 brings the ultimate in cooling, flexibility, and performance allowing for the best building experience in a full tower chassis. The case incorporates all the premium and latest high-end features of the Enthoo Elite and Evolv X, such as, SSi-EEB motherboard support, extreme water (cooling) with dual 480 and dual 360 radiators installed simultaneously, and extensive storage for up to 12x HDDs / 11x SSDs.

Whether you are looking to build an extreme gaming machine or a professional workstation, the Luxe 2 offers the flexibility you need to configure the perfect system. Capture all your glorious moments and stream without interference with a Dual System Setup (Revolt X required) or build a high-end workstation for deep learning with a Dual PSU Setup (Revolt Pro required) to expand the power output. Create a revolutionary pc experience with the new Enthoo Luxe 2.

Phanteks will be pricing it in the upper tier of cases at $189.99 and it will be available in the coming weeks.

Niche Gamer’s Take: I personally have and love to death the original Luxe, it in many ways is a great no compromise case. With the possibility of dual system configurations and dual 480mm radiators the sky is the limit on most builds. Though I do wonder how many HDD trays will come included out of the 12 they say they support.

Allen Watts

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