Raijintek Unveils the ENYO Open-Frame EE-ATX Monster Case
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
High Performance Monster Chassis
Raijintek has unveiled their latest case they are calling ENYO and it is their largest chassis yet. The case measures 707 x 398 x 659mm and it uses a semi open-air design with an aluminium/steel frame.
Since it has to support extremely heavy components, the aluminium is 3.0mm thick, while the steel is made with 2.0mm SPCC. Both side panels also make use of 4mm thick tempered glass.
It is so massive that it supports motherboards up to EE-ATX form factor which measures 347 × 330 mm. To put that in perspective, an E-ATX motherboard is 305 × 330 mm while a standard ATX motherboard 305 x 244mm.
While it only has a single motherboard plate, users can install up to two ATX form-factor power supplies.
What Kind of Cooling Options are Available on the Raijintek ENYO?
Other than motherboards, it also features a multitude of cooling options. On the right side, there are two backplate sections for mounting up to 360mm sized radiators. One of these actually support up to 480mm. Furthermore, the bottom, top and front on the left panel all support up to 480mm radiators. Which makes this one of the few cases that can support up to 4x 480mm radiators or 5x 360mm radiators.
Users can install up to 23 cooling fans in total. 4x 120/140mm at the front, top,and backplate top, 8x 120mm/140mm at the bottom, and 3x 120mm/140mm at the back plate bottom. There are also dual-pump/reservoir mounting positions on the main chamber.
How Much is the Raijintek ENYO?
It is not available for orders yet. Although during Computex 2018, the company mentioned that it is targeting a £260 GBP price point.