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    Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    But so is the $699 price tag.
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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    Oh hey that looks really nice!

    Right up until the OH HOLY WHAT THE... $699! Gulp.

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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    2 x 480mm ?

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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Roobubba View Post
    Oh hey that looks really nice!

    Right up until the OH HOLY WHAT THE... $699! Gulp.

    for the right case thats not bad and seeing as the right case will last you 10 yrs+ all's good ..
    What does it matter now if men believe or no?
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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    Now that I like and loving the place for the SSD
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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    No, even for the right case that is a lot of money. And connectors change. Right now I'd like firewire, eSATA, USB3 and audio as external sockets, but you could easily add thunderbolt to that list for some users. Within a few years there will be other connectors as standard and the case will be outdated again. I kept a chieftec dragon purple case for a few years (until 80mm fans were no longer the norm), and my current cases are showing their age in terms of outdated connectors - they just don't last that long! Besides $699 = screw over the British £699 and that is just insane for a case.

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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Roobubba View Post
    No, even for the right case that is a lot of money. And connectors change. Right now I'd like firewire, eSATA, USB3 and audio as external sockets, but you could easily add thunderbolt to that list for some users. Within a few years there will be other connectors as standard and the case will be outdated again. I kept a chieftec dragon purple case for a few years (until 80mm fans were no longer the norm), and my current cases are showing their age in terms of outdated connectors - they just don't last that long! Besides $699 = screw over the British £699 and that is just insane for a case.
    wow had my lian-li for 11 yrs .. had 4 builds thru it .. the last one killed it ..to many rads ..had my little devil for 2 ys now .. no connectors but a hell of a case to work in really depends on what your going to do with it .. and how far down the rabbit hole you want to go
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    Re: Phanteks Enthoo Elite is a monster of a chassis

    WOW just wow at the case and its possibilities and its price.

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