The Enthoo Primo is a Big-Tower case from Phanteks and is thanks to its great design and extensive support for custom water cooling almost a classic. With five pre-installed 140 mm fans, the Full Tower has good cooling ex works, but with the option of accommodating up to two 480 mm radiators, the Enthoo Primo is predestined for water cooling.
The Enthoo Primo is also very spacious, modular and visually eye-catching. For this reason, Roman “der8auer” Hartung, overclocking legend and world record holder, has chosen the Enthoo Primo Big-Tower as the case for his “Full-Auto”-System Enthoo Primo Big-Tower>. In this review we took a closer look at the >em> Big-Tower and built a custom water cooling system into the case.
The design is rather simple in my eyes and underlines the functionality of the big tower. A large mesh surface characterizes the top side, the drive bays in the front are hidden behind a flap and a window allows insights into the interior of the Enthoo Primo. A mirrored “L” gives the Tower a special touch in the front view and at the same time serves as ventilation. A RGB LED illumination is built into the right side. This can be controlled at the push of a button on the case or via the corresponding software of the motherboard manufacturer if the LEDs are connected to the LED header of the motherboard.