Phanteks presents PC case for two computers

Phanteks presents PC case for two computers

Modern computers have a predefined set of components that must be there in order for them to function and there’s little flexibility in this. Yet, Phanteks has found new ways to build computers – the company recently presented a special power splitter that allows a single power supply unit to power two computers at the same time and now Phanteks has presented a new PC case that has enough space to house two separate computers. How’s this for flexibility?

The new case is called Enthoo Mini XL Dual System and closely follows the already released Enthoo Mini XL PC case but this time there’s support for a second motherboard. It is worth noting that in this scenario you must use two mini-ITX boards in order to get two computers working in this PC case but in case you choose to use a single motherboard then expect to be able to get up to a single micro-ATX board inside. Apart from this the Enthoo Mini XL Dual System comes with the Phanteks power splitter that we mentioned above allowing a single PSU to power the two motherboards, two separate front I/O for the dual systems, a light system with multi-color control (up to 10 colors), dual removable hard drive cages, two Drop-N-Lock SSD brackets, fully equipped dust filters, a mod friendly structure, three premium Phanteks fans for optimal airflow and Phanteks cable binders for easy cable management.

As you can see the new Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL Dual System offers tons of features and flexibility options. The new PC chassis will be available later this month for EUR 209.99 or GBP 159.99, including taxes.

Source: Phanteks

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