"Most modern chassis are designed to make the installation process simple and straight-forward; mostly they succeed in this. Cleverly case engineers have taken hints from yesterday’s mods and created designs that enable the builder to fit most any part on the market with little to no hassle, no elbow grease needed. At the end some might even feel like they’ve created something worth unique even as a first time builder. Today we are not looking at one of those cases. The Phanteks Evolv Shift X immediately strikes you as a unique and beautiful work of steel and glass. It is incredibly aesthetically pleasing. Striking even. However, as we take a moment and ponder further we see that beauty, as it often does, comes at a cost. This chassis will accept only Mini ITX motherboards, it is small. The length or height (depending on orientation) hides the fact that this case is basically SFF and as such must be approached with care and tact. Follow along as we find out both what it takes to build in this nearly boutique work of art as well as whether or not you really want to."
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