Phanteks Eclipse P350X Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 23.05.18
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Conclusion

Rating

  Cooling Features Layout Build Quality Value for Money
Pros + Good compatibility for watercooling
+ Numerous spots for fans
+ Dust filters
+ Available in black, black and white
+ RGB Lighting

+ Interior space
+ Velcro straps
+ Good build quality + Midplate PSU + Well priced
Cons    

 

   


The Eclipse P350X is one of the latest cases from the American manufacturer Phanteks and it's available with tempered glass panel. This model is almost perfect in any aspect, no matter whether you're looking at it from a build quality, a ventilation or a layout point of view. First of all we want to mention that the price of this case is around 69 euro and therefore it's a great choice to build entry-level gaming systems. The steel and the ABS plastic that's been used for this case is of very good quality. The finish is just perfect and we simply cannot find anything to criticize.

The looks of a case are always matter of individual taste but when checking out the interior, we believe this layout is as close to perfection as it gets. Furthermore also the outside part is rather good to see. We like the RGB LED stripes on the front and digital-RGB integration with preprogrammed lighting modes. Everything is tool-free and therefore removing the front panel to access the dust filter for instance is as simple as it can be. Even the cable management is good although there aren't the expensive rubber grommets. Phanteks has placed several Velcro straps on the back of the motherboard's tray. One of the key aspects of this case it's the great compatibility with liquid cooling since it allows the installation of two 240/280mm radiators which sounds more than perfect for a good gaming rig.

The Phanteks Eclipse P350X is available on Geizhals at a price of 69 euro excluding shipping costs and you can buy this case in black and, black and white color schemes. In our opinion the price matches the quality offered, the well-thought layout and the good bundle which includes one 120 mm fan. Last but not least, this case is compatible with AURA Sync, MSI Mystic Light and Gigabyte RGB Fusion.

This case carries over the strengths of the already exceptional P300 and spices them up with additional gimmicks like RGB while not adding any flaws. Therefore, while we very much would like to give Phanteks some constructive criticism, we can't find any significant aspects that would need improvement considering the bang for buck ratio. We award the Phanteks Eclipse P350X with 5 out of 5 stars.



Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Features Page 7 - Temperatures
Page 4 - Product overview Page 8 - Conclusion




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