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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-18-2018, 06:58 PM - Thread Starter
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[RAIJINTEK] - RAIJINTEK ENYO Aluminum EATX Open Frame Extreme Tower Introduced

Source : https://www.raijintek.com/en/product...?ProductID=101

https://www.raijintek.com/images/Ins...Guide-Enyo.pdf


Notable features include pre-drilled pass-through holes for fittings, dual-socket motherboards, quad 480mm radiator and fans support (up to 65mm thickness, all of the spots), dual-layer main structure for easier cable management and dual power supply support and dual res + pump mounting.

So what's your thoughts/inputs?

More pics and details/overview on the website linked above.

UPDATE : Price is 499.99 USD on Newegg : https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...2024-_-Product
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that's a beast of an open frame... may have to have one of these in my future!

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that's a beast of an open frame... may have to have one of these in my future!
Yeah, seems to be perfect for quad-GPU setups and extreme-core count CPUs, such as the upcoming 28-core CPUs (Skylake-X and Cascade Lake-X) from Intel and whatever AMD has planned in the HEDT next year.
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Looks awesome! 2 questions:

1) Will it support an ATX/E-ATX build AND and MATX/ITX build at the same time? I noticed both of the PSU mounts and with that much Rad space it could handle it. Maybe would fit between the two 360mm rads and the 2 PSU's with the I/O facing down?

2) How much?

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Doesn't look like it's setup from the factory to run a second mobo anywhere, but with all those mounting points i'd bet someone could pull it off with atleast ITX.

+1, no one has them listed yet online that i can find.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ChiTownButcher View Post
Looks awesome! 2 questions:

1) Will it support an ATX/E-ATX build AND and MATX/ITX build at the same time? I noticed both of the PSU mounts and with that much Rad space it could handle it. Maybe would fit between the two 360mm rads and the 2 PSU's with the I/O facing down?

2) How much?
2) probably expensive
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Quote: Originally Posted by ChiTownButcher View Post
Looks awesome! 2 questions:

1) Will it support an ATX/E-ATX build AND and MATX/ITX build at the same time? I noticed both of the PSU mounts and with that much Rad space it could handle it. Maybe would fit between the two 360mm rads and the 2 PSU's with the I/O facing down?

2) How much?
Your first question was my first thought as well. Doubt its intended for that purpose but it would likely be fairly doable to accomplish. Now if only I had unlimited funds...

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I've been looking for something similar since I've been really wanting to ditch my terrible P400S but I have a feeling this is gonna be a >$300 case by the looks of it.

All I want is an open air test bench for ~$100 or so that can hold a 280 rad

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Also in taking a closer look I would like a larger gap between. The rads and fans on the top and front especially. Looks like a 1/4" and might choke things off a bit. Waiting for reviews (Gamers Nexus preferred) , price and someone to install an itx system in back.

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