The full-tower chassis market doesn’t have as many options as you might think. It’s ironic that the biggest of chassis are a small part of the market. However, when it comes to extreme, the Enthoo was always one of the top models to pick from. With Corsair 1000D and a few others trying to beat them down, it looks like the LUXE2 is back to show them who’s boss.
The new model won’t be available until later this year, most likely after Computex 2019. However, it’s shaping up very nicely. It features… well, everything. It’s perfectly suited for workstation and professional usage with its 12 x 3.5″ HDD bays, dual motherboard support, and dual PSU installs. However, aesthetically it’s built towards the PC gaming market. Of course, a Fortnite and Overwatch gamer may not need this.
If you’re building a hybrid 4K and VR gaming rig, that’s also a streaming/rendering workstation rig. Plus, you want the best custom loop hardware on the market, such as 2 x 480mm AND 2 x 360mm radiators, huge pumps, and more. Then you may want vertical GPU mounts, lots of storage, big fans, all of the RGB (and more). Well, it’s got you covered. This is a chassis for those thinking “well, I have a spare $10,000 for hardware to get started on the build.”
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