Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X ATX Case Review


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Enthoo Evolv X: Detailed Features

The interior of the Evolv X looks completely different from its predecessors. Of course, the large CPU cutout is still there along with the power supply chamber. The cable management routing holes are missing, but they are replaced with four adjustable slots.

Removing the opposite glass side panel reveals the rear of the motherboard tray along with the tool-less panels. The two tool-less panels conceal the cables as well as add more storage potential to the case. Each panel can mount three 2.5″ SSD drives.

With the tool-less panels open, we can see there are two vertical lanes with plenty of Velcro straps. This is a great design to reduce the usage of standard cable ties while keeping the cables organized. There is also a fan controller towards the top of the case that allows up to eight fans to be controlled through the motherboard.

On the power supply chamber, there are a few cable routing holes for various cables, including audio, USB, and graphics card cables. There is an adjustable one built for the PCI-E power cable for the graphics card.

From left to right, the front I/O ports include two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C ports, standard microphone/headphone jacks, a D-RGB Mode button, and a D-RGB Color button.

In the next section, we will look at a few more features the Evolv X has to offer.


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