Already a proven design, the Enthoo Pro is now available with a tempered glass side panel. And while it isn’t a standout, budget-breaking case, the Ethoo Pro TG does just about everything right. The steel body of the case is plenty sturdy, and offers lots of room to build in. The front and top removable panels, though plastic, are of good quality, and are easily removable to give access to the fan and radiator mounts behind them. The inside of the Enthoo Pro offers lots of options for all types of devices, with motherboard support ranging from a small Mini ITX all the way up to E-ATX, and there is room for today’s largest videocards as well. And not to leave anyone out, Phanteks includes room for up to three 5.25″ drives, as well as six 3.5″ drives and up to 10 2.5″ drives.
Phanteks also had cooling in mind, as there is plenty of room for both air and liquid cooling components. With support for both 120mm and 140mm devices in most locations, the Enthoo Pro TG is ready to get work done. Included with the case are two 140mm fans, one up front, and one in the rear location. Helping take control of these fans is an included fan hub with room for six 3-pin fans.
Building in the Enthoo Pro TG proved to be one of the easiest cases we have worked with, save for the need to remove the power supply shroud before installing said power supply. Thankfully there are plenty of cable routing and management options inside, and the included Velcro straps really help keep things organized.
With an MSRP of $109.99, we think there is a lot to like about the Phanteks Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass case. Aside from a few minor nit-picks, there really isn’t anything to complain about with this case, and we think Phanteks has really knocked it out of the park with this case. We give the Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass a 9 out of 10.
- Hinged Tempered Glass Door
- Great Cable Management Options
- Integrated Fan Hub and RGB Controller
- Power Supply Shroud Must Be Removed To Install PSU
- No USB 3.1 Type-C