Phanteks Announces Enthoo Mini XL Dual System Chassis

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Phanteks Announces Enthoo Mini XL Chassis

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Mini XL Dual System Chassis


With the overwhelming response from the community, users have requested for a solution to the Enthoo Mini XL's dual system configuration setup. Today, Phanteks announces the release of the Enthoo Mini XL Dual System. The Mini XL Dual System will have Phanteks Power Splitter and the Mini ITX upgrade kit pre -installed. With Enthoo Mini XL Dual System, users can run two fully functional system independently of one another. The Mini XL Dual System provides users to have the option of having a high powered gaming system and workstation or Gaming system and streaming system all in one case.

The Mini XL Dual System, a compact and power structure with sandblasted aluminum faceplates with matte finish. The Mini XL has a stealthy interior design with hidden PSU and HDD's. It also comes with two separate front I/O for the dual systems and a light system with multi-color control (10 colors). The Mini XL Dual System will feature dual removable hard drive cages, 2x Drop-N-Lock SSD brackets, fully equipped dust filters, mod friendly structure, and Phanteks' cable binders for easy cable management.


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The Mini XL Dual System comes with a convenient pump bracket, PWM control hub, and a radiator bracket. The case is equipped with 3x Premium Phanteks' fans for optimal airflow to the CPU and GPU. Also, the power supply's location will be isolated from the other components.

The Mini XL Dual System will allow two sytems to run independent of one another. The Dual System will include the pre-installed ITX upgrade kit and Power Splitter. With the Power Splitter, two motherboards can now be power up using only one power supply. The ITX upgrade kit will also be pre-mounted and ready for your dual system configuration.

Available from December 2015, the Enthoo Mini XL Dual System Chassis is expected to be priced at 209.90€ or £159.99 (including taxes).



Phanteks Announces Enthoo Mini XL Chassis



My thoughts

With the case set up from the start with a built in PSU Power splitter and a enough space to accommodate a mini ITX and a micro ATX motherboard building a dual system PC has never been quite this easy. 

One thing that needs to be remembered however is that the PSU in such a dual system better be able to power two full systems under load, and you better have a fan setup that is ready to prevent any thermal build up. 



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Most Recent Comments

02-12-2015, 10:16:36

Awesome! This should have been included from the start, especially considering how screwy that dual PSU setup was, placement was...undesirable.

Love Phanteks build quality and attention to detail, but...
maybe offer an option to get rid of the trapezoidal windows their designers
seem to be obsessed with?
It seems like a Monty Python line must be popular.
--Engineer 1: I think we are done, it's ready to ship.
--Engineer 2: 'And now for something completely different! Shapes that don't relate to anything else!'

If they are trying to show the SSD mounts or the pump/reservoir location, it doesn't make sense to show most of the rectangular shape of the mounting plate or the cylinder behind, but then have a conflicting window to view said rectangular items 'well, we didn't want you to see this top corner, so...yep.'

Sorry for the rant, but I bet the radius at the top of the front panel is equal to the radius of the side panel wrapping under, the radius of the side panel top corner has the same centerpoint as the top radius etc etc,
Just like the evolv, the bends in the front panel are the same angle as the side panel front extensions, then the dang PSU cutout window is not the same at all. Drives me nuts.Quote

02-12-2015, 16:37:22

I dunno, to me the trapezoidal window has been a Phanteks design feature for so long on their bigger cases that it's become an integral part of Phanteks design language.

Take it away and it blends into a sea of black boxes.Quote

03-12-2015, 09:51:22

I like a signature move, I just wish there was more of it or something that made some logical sense you know? Why is it there/why is it shaped like that/what does it relate to or inform on.Quote

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