A Look Inside
Getting inside the case is a breeze. Since the glass panels are on hinges you just pull on them to open them up. Once fully opened you can also pull up on them from the bottom to completely remove them from the case. If we look inside we can see that the interior of the Enthoo Evolv mATX is divided into two main sections. The top part will house your motherboard and expansion cards while the bottom houses your power supply and storage.
Starting at the front of the case you’ll find a second 140 mm fan. The front has room for three 120 mm fans or two 140 mm fans as well as 360 mm radiators. The front of the case can be removed for easy installation of fans or radiators.
Looking at the motherboard tray it support Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX motherboards. There are plenty of cable routing holes as well as a very large CPU cutout that allows you to install aftermarket CPU coolers without having to remove your motherboard from the case.
At the top of the case you’ll find more cooling mounts. Up here you can install two 120 / 140 mm fans or watercooling radiators up to 280 mm. The top panel of the case is easily removed so you can install fans or radiators.
The top and bottom of the case are separated by a large power supply cover the extends the length of the case. It is designed to show off your power supply through the side panel window and has the Phanteks logo on it as well.
If we flip over to the back of the case and take the side panel off we can see how thing are setup on the rear of the motherboard tray. The first thing that I noticed is that there are built-in velcro ties that will help your organize all of your cables. This is great and its good that it is becoming a trend now. If you were wondering about space behind the motherboard tray you have about an inch between the back of the motherboard tray and your side panel.
On the backside of the motherboard tray you’ll also find two removable SSD mounts. These are the mounts that are made to show when you have the rear side panel closed.
At the bottom of the case you’ll find a hard drive cage with two trays. These trays are plastic, removable and support both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives. You can also see there is plenty of room for full-size power supplies in the bottom of the case.