For those interested in running 2 computer systems simultaneously in one case (e.g. a gaming system and a separate streaming system or a home server),
has Phanteks Evolv X Dual System Combo for $464.97 (w/ 1,200W PSU) or $444.97 (w/ 1,000W PSU). Free shipping with code DUALSYS
. The combo includes the Evolv X case, a 1,200W or 1,000W dual-system power supply, and an ITX upgrade kit.
How is this a deal
at such a high price? The case by itself is $199.99 , the Platinum-rated power supply is (ouch!) $229.99 and $249.99 for the 1,000W and 1,200W units, respectively, and the ITX kit is $14.99. This is only a deal if you really
like the Evolv X case asap (sold out right now) or want an ATX and a mini-ITX system in one case. The only other alternative I can think of is to go with Corsair 1000D @ $499.99 and 2 of the cheapest good Platinum-rated power supplies I could find on Newegg (EVGA 650W P2 @ $90 (AR) each. $500 + 2*$90 = $680. So getting the Phantecs combo turns out to be $215 cheaper than the only alternative solution I know (Phanteks' other dual-system case, the Mini XL, only supports microATX, no ATX).
I should probably also mention that if you want a GPU for your ITX system as well, Phanteks sells a riser cable separately for $30.
I ordered this for my dual-system project based on upcoming Intel's Z390 w/ 9900K (ATX) and AMD's X470 w/ Ryzen 2800x (mini-ITX).
Here's a review of the Evolv X case: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX0wMcZO0-A
. The PSU is brand new, so no reviews yet.