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The new Phanteks Eclipse P350X RGB is sleek, compact and fairly priced

Computex is just a couple of weeks away, but we are getting a few good announcements ahead of time. This week, Phanteks launched its latest case, the Eclipse P350X RGB, complete with support for E-ATX motherboards, liquid cooling support and some of the sleekest RGB lighting I’ve seen on a case to date.

The Phanteks Eclipse P350X is a fairly compact case, measuring in at 200 x 450 x 455mm, but that hasn’t hindered features at all. There is a full length PSU shroud, support for up to E-ATX motherboards, seven expansion slots and support for GPUs up to 400mm long. On the water cooling front, the case can fit one 240 or 280mm radiator in the front, and an additional 120mm in the rear. You could potentially fit one in the roof, though it would be a tight squeeze depending on the motherboard.

You can see images of the case in the gallery below.

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In terms of drive bays, there are five tool-free bays in total, three for 2.5″ drives and two for 3.5″ drives. The front I/O panel includes a power button, two controllers for the RGB lights, two USB 3.0 ports and two audio ports.

The Phanteks Eclipse P350X RGB isn’t an expensive case either, launching for £64.99 at OverclockersUK. Hopefully we’ll get the chance to check it out at Computex, and eventually bring out a review for you all.

KitGuru Says: I generally like Phanteks’ cases quite a bit. In fact, I use the Enthoo Evolv ATX for my gaming PC and have plenty of good things to say about it- though I do suddenly wish that it had the same RGB lighting as the P350X. Are any of you currently planning to build a new PC? Are you considering getting a Phanteks case? 

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