Product on Review: Enthoo Primo
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Phanteks
Street Price: £200 (At time of review)
Phanteks only came onto the scene a few years ago and yet they have made a lasting impression within the cooling segments with the PH-TC14PE and other notable releases. It’s rare to see success right from the start but Phanteks appear to be doing everything right and today sees this cooling prodigy take on the computer chassis market in their very first attempt at bringing to shelf a high-end offering.
The Enthoo Series is a new venture for Phanteks and the Primo is the first case within this new range. Phanteks have boldly taken on the high-end by bringing to market a gargantuan full tower chassis comprising of steel and aluminium. Primo has been carefully designed with water cooling at the forefront of planning, the internal layout lends itself to having multiple areas for housing different sized radiators which will be music to cooling enthusiast’s ears.
So without further ado, let’s begin our look at this exciting new release…
Phanteks on their Enthoo Primo
Phanteks’ Enthoo Primo features a unique PSU thermally isolated location, multifunctional cable/reservoir cover, exclusive brackets, and massive cooling potential. Phanteks’ new case features a shifted design which allows for the unique PSU configuration. The PSU is thermally isolated, creating cooler temperatures within the case. With the PSU located in the back of the case, this allows for a cleaner look and better cable management.. Exclusive brackets that makes everything a breeze to install. Reservoir bracket that can be use as a cable cover with the modular cover on or as a reservoir bracket with the pre-drilled holes when cover is off. Enthoo Primo includes a pump bracket that supports many different pumps, side radiator bracket and bottom radiator bracket for easy installation.