A high-performance desktop tower capable of handling both extreme workstations and dual systems
Featuring a spacious open interior supports up to a LGA1150 motherboard, dual 480 and dual 360 radiators simultaneously, as well as dual vertical GPUs. Dual PSU and system power support.
The Phanteks Digital-RGB controller is built in and can sync with compatible motherboards and digital RGB
The configuration of the fan (up to 15 fans), the water-cooling (up to dual 480 radiators and dual 360 radiators simultaneously) and the storage (up to 12 HDDs or 11 SSDs) is extremely high.
Questions & Answers
The dtx form factor is used on the secondary mini-computer Is it a slot for an Itx card? That is what I read in that mini-essay It is possible that dtx would fit in most ?
The spot is designed to be fitted to minis, so I am fairly certain it isn't going to work on this There is a slight difference in the size of the itx and dtx.
Are the filters in it similar to those found on the Phanteks Enthoo pro 2 or do I need to purchase new ones like they were on the ?
In most cases, you won't have to purchase This is not what I did. Custom filters are something I have been buying from DMC for my builds for years. The situation was different this time as I did not have Thus, you should also refrain from doing so.
Compared to the older Ethnoo aluminum (older versions), how does this fair?
As I understand your question regarding the original enthoo luxe, this model has better airflow than the original. In regards to the aluminum, I felt the older luxe had a much smoother grip, this one feels a lot
of the following water cooling systems is better for this situation Which would you prefer, an evga clc 360mm or a NZXT Kraken X72 360mm?
It is easy to find a radiator that fits your needs. Better Physical Fit or Better Performance is what you ask? In addition to a maximum frontal width of 3x140mm or 4x120mm, Phanteks' website has a great deal more information that encourages you to fit the radiator top, side, bottom, or front to the bracket. In response to your question regarding a radiator performance comparison, I chose a radiator by using Reviews on the site (there are other comparison websites as well). This case would be best equipped with the Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper X- radiator, which fits the front of the case. I have Flow, a 140mm x 420mm panel at a 45mm thickness. Radiators of this type are also available in a 30mm thick version with 120mm x 360mm dimensions. You can find a comparison of PC water cooling radiators by searching Google
Selected User Reviews For Phanteks Enthoo 719 (PH-ES719LTG_DAG01) High Performance Full Tower Case – Tempered Glass, Aluminum Panels, dual System/PSU Support, MASSIVE Storage, Fan Hub, Digital-RGB Lighting, Anthracite Grey
You will be happy if it works and you are able to get it
I was extremely excited to get this case on Amazon, but there were several issues that made me regret buying it. They delayed shipping from Tuesday or Wednesday to a Friday, despite telling us it would arrive on either Tuesday or Wednesday. This caused a problem as I was unable to be present on Friday since I had taken Tuesday and Wednesday off to be at the job site. In order to pick it up, I had to find a way to get off work early as UPS only delivers to people who are home. The case would have been fine if it had arrived in one piece, but it did not. There are several reasons for this. The first one is that all of the SSD drive covers were loose. Secondly, to take out the thumb screws, you'll need pliers, and finally, two of the ports do not work properly either because the integrated fan hub was damaged. I don't believe it's possible on Amazon in such a case. You should go to Newegg to see if you can purchase there, since you won't pay a premium and you can expect to receive an item in good condition.
| Nov 06, 2020
Despite its nice appearance, it is a step down in quality due to its flimsy material and shallow backspace
I want to start out by commending Phanteks for their genuinely supportive support I encountered a problem with the internal LED strip (the thin bar running across the PSU shroud), and they were very willing to replace what might be a proprietary part free of I will get back to you on that I really like how the case's interior looks, and I think it's one of the best parts. In terms of quality, the tempered glass is solid and was free of defects upon arrival, and the stylish interior is undoubtedly a plus, but it's expensive and some decisions are questionable. There is one major problem with the case it is made of flimsy material and is poorly designed It is a big red flag for the rest of the case that the various fan mounting points in the case are thin and made of extremely brittle and easily warped material. The case could be damaged if the bottom filter is pulled out of the case wherever it is held (I did pop a single point of my bottom filter out this way, but I was able to glue it back in place). In addition, you have to think about very strict positioning for the screws on the fan mounts. It's clear from the second photo that despite the case being marketed as having 520mm of top radiator space, you cannot fit just any radiator combination (I used a 120mm GPU hybrid and a 280mm CPU AIO). The fact that this case cannot be mounted on anything of your choosing is extremely unfortunate Without 120mm points across the top of the radiator for almost the entire length, it's virtually impossible to get any airflow, which only serves to restrict you even more. Furthermore, the stylish PSU shroud that also doubles as a spot for a mini ITX board in a dual PC configuration has a mixed bag of drawbacks Shrouds in a case typically (and in the case of Enthoo Luxe) reach across the entire depth and length of the case, which allows for mounting enclosures for hard drives and hiding cables better. With the Enthoo 719, however, that amount of space is drastically reduced to maybe a quarter of that space, at worst. The shallow backspace and the shallow space between the backs of the speakers means that cable management is difficult at best. Obviously, the sheer amount of PSU cables, even on a modular PSU, makes it nearly impossible to close the back shroud door if the PSU is modular. I am really sorry to hear about this, because with all the credit Phanteks receives for being a responsible choice in the PC market, I really feel we're overvaluing them They have no idea whether these cases are functional or whether they are difficult to use since they haven't used them. This is a real In general, I like how the case looks, so that's why I gave it an extra star in the review. However, its other traits make it a bad choice across the board. There's no way you can do it - it's 2020 It's not enough to make your case look good, Phanteks, the case has to be built well, too.
| Jun 24, 2021
Please keep in mind that this is merely As soon as I finish my build, I'll post an update
A total of (4) 360mm+ radiator mounts are included. There is no other middle school there These features are available in a case of this size. A decent amount of air flow is required In Front, at the Top, at the Bottom, at the Right. Left side window is made of Tempered Glass, the inn has a hinged door so there is not a locking screw required. Furthermore, the inn is flexible, very customizable, and pretty decently built. It won't be very easy for air to flow at the bottom. As there's only 1" of space up there on the feet, and the right and back sides are blocked, there will be only one avenue for air to flow. I. - Apparently the front and top panels are attached with little plastic hooks, but this does not appear to be The chances of me accidentally breaking these are high. I. - Vertical GPU mounts (which are not included) can only be attached to the back of the case, which can be a problem with heavy cards like the As a whole, this seems to be a strong Since I want to do a dual loop with two sets of controls, it does not matter to me. There are a couple of other options that you can go with if you don't want to buy a large case, such as the Tower 900 or the It seems the plastic segments are a little cheap, and I am not sure just how well the airflow will The fact is, a side-entry case like this one combined with a grate, a secondary filter, and a radiator with 16 fins per inch will only produce average airflow. But unless you have $900 laying around, I would buy this case again.
| May 25, 2021