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Phanteks’ new XT series PC cases deliver style on a budget

Phanteks is back with its latest round of PC cases. The new Phanteks XT series is designed to cater towards gaming PCs, giving ample room for high-end hardware and additional cooling, as well as the aesthetic thrills we typically find in more expensive cases. all while keeping prices at a wallet-friendly level. 

One of the standout features of the XT series is its ability to support large graphics cards without sacrificing elegance. The XT Pro Ultra and XT View versions have integrated USB-C 3.2 Gen2 for fast data transfers. The XT Series is also designed to support the latest motherboard designs, including the MSI Project Zero and ASUS BTF. Moreover, these cases come with concealed back connections for a cable-free, organised interior layout.

The XT cases can all fit a 360mm radiator in the roof, or a 240mm radiator on the side, and depending on the variant, you'll also get up to four Phanteks M25 fans pre-installed. The XT Pro/Pro Ultra supports up to 10x 120mm and 6x 140mm fan placements, while the XT View supports up to 9x 120mm fans. Phanteks has gone above and beyond to ensure that the graphics card is given extra attention, with three 120mm fan placements on top of the PSU shroud for additional cooling.

These cases are scheduled to be released in March. The XT Pro will only be available in black for £50.99/$49.99/€49.90. The XT Pro Ultra Black will be priced at £66.95/$69.99/€69.90, while the white model will cost £70.99/$74.99/€74.90. Lastly, the two XT View models (white and black) will cost £74.99/$79.99/€79.90.

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KitGuru says: Based on their looks, pricing, and specifications, the new Phanteks XT cases may have what it takes to dominate the entry-level segment.

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