The removable front bracket offers a large black mesh acting as an air inlet and is, just like the roof, designed in a premium manner thanks to its black plastic which is styled to look like brushed aluminium. In the upper front you can find a 5,25" slot concealed behind a panel, on the side of the front are located the I/O ports, two USB 3.0 ports as well as two audio ports and a reset button. Even RGB lighting controls are present and accounted for.
The left side panel, consisting of a huge pane of tinted glass, also allows for an impressive view of the white frame of the case as well as the installed hardware.
With just a power button in front and several fan slots hidden behind the mesh, the top section continues the seamless look. In contrast to many other cases, Phanteks has installed dust filters not only in the front and bottom of the Enthoo Pro M Special Edition as well.
The view from the window also reveals, in addition to the many rubberised cable pass-throughs, a dedicated chamber for the ATX power supply which pulls its fresh air from below without allowing warm air to escape to the rest of the parts in the tower. Up to two 140- or three 120 mm fans or similarly proportioned radiators can be installed behind the front panel.
Only the installation of a 360 mm radiator requires the removal of the 5,25" drive age. One 140 mm fan comes pre-installed in the front, and one comes pre-installed in the rear, and this one also comes kitted out with Phanteks Halos RGB fan frames.