Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Tempered Glass Review
We've taken the roof vent panel and the front panel off, as they are a non tool removal. As we said earlier, there are very few plastic parts to the Luxe so apart from what we've done aside from the slide of fan filers in the base and front panel there's nothing else to remove. We should note that one of the more interesting features of the Luxe is that for the greater part it's held together with screws, and not rivets. This means that should the mood take you, it's much more modder friendly. For example, the top cover frame as you see it above can be removed. OK, it's going to take 15 screws to do so (which is why we haven't) but if you want to, you can.
Removing the front shows us the twin 140mm fans that come installed as standard on the Luxe. As you can see, there are also mounts for 120mm fans or a single whopping 200mm fan
With the top air vent removed we get our first peek into the area that's touted (in the instructions at least, although not the website), as being able to house a 420mm rad. It certainly looks big enough, and remember, that bundled fan is a 140, not a 120mm unit.