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Phanteks unveils new budget-friendly Eclipse G300A chassis

Back in late 2022, Phanteks launched a trio of G500A cases. Now, Phanteks is upgrading its G300 cases with the new Eclipse G300A, available in two flavours, one with a solid front panel and another with a full mesh front panel for improved airflow. 

The G300A chassis is a refined version of the older P300A. The newer model includes improved cooling and fan support and a more modern finish.

On the cooling front, the Eclipse G300A has been reconfigured to allow for up to a 360mm radiator in the front, and up to a 240mm radiator in the roof of the case. Overall, the case can support up to six 120mm fans and if you do go down the liquid cooling route, there is an additional 30mm of clearance space for radiators, so your fans won't be starved for airflow.

The chassis supports ATX motherboards, CPU coolers up to 162mm tall and GPUs up to 390mm long. The top panel has a USB 3.0 Type-A port, a USB 3.0 Type-C port, as well as the usual power/reset buttons and audio jacks.

The Phanteks Eclipse G300A makes an ideal choice for those on a tighter budget, with prices starting at just £54.95 for the standard version and £64.99 for the mesh version with D-RGB fans.

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