The case comes with a lot of cables to begin with. All of the cables are sleeved, but the kind of sleeving used by Phanteks is not the best. The case has some really great Velcro cable ties that are screwed in and can be removed if needed. The case can hold up-to 6, 3.5″ HDDs.
You get about 30mm or 1.2″ of space for cable management. Given how the PSU is placed in the Enthoo Primo, this is lot of space for routing cables. There is a spot to mount one of the 2 SSD trays behind the motherboard.
The case features two removable SSD trays. Each tray can hold up to two SSDs. The SSD trays are held in place with some rubber grommets. They can be removed by easily sliding them off. Notice there is a nice cutout right under the second SSD tray for routing tubes, if you’re using a 5.25″ bay reservoir.
The Enthoo Primo comes with two 140mm LED fans mounted in the front. And as you can see in the picture above, there is mounting slots for a 240mm radiator. Mounting a 280mm radiator can be accomplished, if you’re willing to pickup a Dremel and make some modifications to fit the 280mm radiator in the 5.25″ drive bays.
The overall design of the backside of the case is simply genius! The simple fact that you only have to remove the back side panel to access the PSU is a great feature. The removable 3.5″ drive bays make it easy to add whatever cooling options you desire.
Mounting a D5 pump in the designated area is not an issue either. The included pump mount has screw holes in the bottom and the pump can be screwed in using the included screws.
Here is my first attempt at cable management. Please note I have three 3.5″ HDDs and fourteen fans wired in this case at the moment. The included straps make cable routing very easy. And with some custom length sleeved cables, I could perform an even better job, given all the routing possibilities for this case.
For people who are running some real power hungry systems, you can install two PSUs without sacrificing any radiator space in the bottom of the case. In order to mount a second power supply properly, you are going to need to make some modifications. You will need a right angle power cable adapter. Pictured above is an AX 1200i and a Seasonic X-1050 power supply.
To get the second PSU flush, you will have to either remove the little bend or straighten it out.
For those who have no plans on using the removable 3.5″ drive bay, you can mount a 240mm radiator by using the included 240mm radiator mount designed to be used in the side of the case.
The Enthoo Primo case comes with the following items. An optional 240mm radiator mount, users manual, hand full of cable ties, extra foam feet in case you want to use them anywhere to dampen vibrations, an accessory box with some extra assorted screws, and finally a couple of extra cable ties.
I love how the included fastener container has everything divided inside it. I’m so happy to see a company that includes more than just one extra of everything. They have extras of almost everything in this little container!