Getting everything installed inside the Enthoo Evolv ITX is pretty simple actually. The first thing we are going to install in the motherboard. Since the standoffs are already installed all we have to do is mount it and secure it with the included screws.
The next thing I installed was my power supply, which easily went in from the backside of the case. If you happen to have a longer power supply you can actually remove the hard drive tray holder to make more room.
Now it is time for my all-in-one liquid CPU cooler from Asetek. This cooler has a 240 mm radiator, which seemed perfect for this build. I removed the radiator bracket and installed the cooler on it, which was sure much easier than trying to install it inside the case.
Once that was done I re-installed the radiator bracket in the case and attached the CPU cooler to the motherboard. Also be sure to secure the radiator bracket with two screws on the front and two more on the back.
Next is our graphics card, which we had no problem getting in the case. You can see how the cables are all routed to the front part of the case.
I moved the drop-n-lock SSD mount to the front of the case on the multi-function mid-plate and installed my SSD. From there I re-installed the multi-function mid-plate in the case covering up the wiring for my graphics card. I think that makes things looks very, very clean!
Here is a shot of the backside of the case. The included velcro cable ties really helped keep things organized. I also decided to install a fan hub, which I mounted on the backside of the case.
With everything installed you can see we have a very sleek and clean build. Also with if any of your hardware lights up you will be able to see it through the side panel window. As I mentioned earlier there is a LED strip on the front of the case that lights up red.