EATX On The Front, ITX In The Back
Cases that are able to hold two complete systems seem to be coming into vogue and the Enthoo Pro II is Phanteks latest offering. The main compartment can hold an E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, or ITX board, with an ITX board for the secondary system, the case itself is 240 x 580 x 560 mm (9.4 x 22.8 x 22″) in total and a hefty 13kg as well.
For their testing TechPowerUp went with MSI, testing both an MSI Z390 GAMING EDGE AC ATX board and their Z370M GAMING EDGE AC Micro-ATX paired with their Z370I GAMING EDGE AC ITX board. The main compartment easily handles an RTX 2080 and there is enough space in the second to fit an EVGA GTX 1650 SC Ultra Black 4 GB. Your large system can handle up to a 195cm cooler but on the backside you should consider something similar to the be quiet! Shadow Rock LP used in the review.
Overall this ~$120 case offered impressive performance, easy installation and a pleasing look, especially if you like the RGBs. It is worth noting that the system ships out without any fans and you will need a specific PSU to be able to launch both systems simultaneously. Check the full review for even more details.
The Phanteks Enthoo Pro II is the brand's latest entry into the full-tower, dual-system segment. Drawing inspiration and core functionality from the Enthoo 719, the Pro II clocks in at a more affordable price, but has a simpler material mix and cost-saving measures here and there. When you look strictly at the internal frame, however, the Pro II manages to match the 719, which should make it an interesting option for those on a tighter budget.