At Computex this year Phanteks is introducing the long-awaited sequel to the Enthoo Luxe chassis, the Enthoo 719. This is a very large case with aluminum panels on the outside. The case actually has support for large motherboards including SSI-EEB, which means that it can support dual-socket server motherboards!
The main compartment of the case is very large and towards the front there are 4 spots where you can mount SSDs or remove them for a dual 3.5-inch hard drive mounts. Phanteks will include all four of those hard drive mounts as well. So in total you can fit up to twelve 3.5-inch drives or eleven 2.5-inch drives in this case! You can also mount fans in this section as well. There is also a bracket included that allows you to install two GPUs vertically, one of top of the other.
On the backside of the case you are very good cable management with a cover for most of the cables and then velcro ties for everything else. There are also three more SSD mounts on the rear of the case. There is a PWM fan hub installed towards the top of the case for your fans. This case also supports dual systems with a bracket that comes included that enables you to install a mini-ITX board. There also appear to an RGB strip on the main power supply shroud, which we definitely like.
While this case is massive and has support for quite a lot Phanteks is keeping the price down. They will sell it for only $189 USD, which seems pretty amazing, but they are able to achieve this by not providing any fans with the case. Which sort of makes sense as many people will want to buy their own fans for this.