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Free delivery over £50
to most of the UK
0% interest for 4 months
on purchases over £99
Custom PCs built fast
delivered in 4-5 days
3 year on-site PC warranty*
including parts & labour

Phanteks was founded from a group of engineers with a total of 20 years of international experience in thermal solutions. They paired up with a Dutch design team and established Phanteks in 2007. Phanteks venture into the CPU cooling industry with two goals in mind, “High-end quality and innovative products in thermal solutions.”

As a relatively young company, Phanteks strives to develop top quality and superior products. The first product, PH-TC14PE, was a great success in the overclocking community. With the success made, the passionate in developing new and better innovative cooling solutions was greater than ever. Phanteks Design Team is situated in the Netherlands and consists of creative researchers, designers and developers whose only desires are to bring the latest cutting edge technology to you.

Remaining focused on the PC enthusiast, Phanteks released their first line of computer cases, the Enthoo Series. The Enthoo series offers the watercooling community features not available from most other manufacturers. Phanteks will continuously pursue excellence in developing new products to bring satisfaction to PC enthusiasts and computer users everywhere.

Our goal is to be the best in the industry in all that we do and our motto is “no job is impossible.”

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Gaming Case - Black

  • PSU not included
  • 3 x 5.25" External Bay(s)
  • 7 x 2.5", 6 x 3.5" HDD Bay(s)
  • Max MB Size: E-ATX

£104.25 inc VAT

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Phanteks Enthoo Pro Gaming Case - Black

  • PSU not included
  • 3 x 5.25" External Bay(s)
  • 7 x 2.5", 6 x 3.5" HDD Bay(s)
  • Max MB Size: E-ATX

£100.45 inc VAT

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