We had the chance to stop by at the Phanteks suite at CES yesterday. We were able to get a sneak peek at two new cases- the Eclipse P600 and the Enthoo Luxe 2, both of which come with new improvements compared to last generation. Beyond that, we have new custom water cooling blocks for Nvidia's RTX graphics cards.
The new Eclipse P600 is set to roll out later this month in two editions. The windowed model will cost $149.99, meanwhile the non windowed version will go for $139.99. The case focuses on extensive hardware support, including mounts for radiators up to 420mm. Phanteks is sticking to its classy tempered glass side panel windows and there is a built-in PWM fan hub. Internally, this case is largely based on the same layout as last year's Evolv X chassis.
The ENTHOO Luxe 2 is different in a number of ways. This one is a full-tower case and combines elements from the Enthoo Primo and Enthoo Elite. As you can see in our images in the gallery above, this case capable of extreme watercooling setups, with space for multiple 480mm and 360mm radiators at the same time. There is even support for dual PSUs and up to 12 3.5-inch HDDs.
Finally, this year Phanteks will be rolling out the Glacier G2080 series of waterblocks, which are built for Nvidia's new RTX GPUs. Specifically, you can get blocks for the RTX 2080Ti and Asus ROG Strix version. If you have a founder's edition RTX 2080, then a new custom backplate is also available.
KitGuru Says: Are any of you planning on putting together a new PC this year? Are you tempted by one of Phanteks' new cases?