Phanteks jumped into the case market not that long ago and since then has really made a name for themselves. Their Evolv series happens to be one of my favorite case series to date. Many Phanteks’ cases sit in the mid-range in terms of price. They typically sit in the $100-$200 range, which is fine for most enthusiasts, but no everyone is going to spend that on a case. Phanteks knows this and has launched the Eclipse series. Right now it is comprised of two cases, the P400 ($69.99) and P400S ($79.99). Today we will be taking a look at the P400S, which is the silent version of the case so it has many sound-dampening features. The case also has room for long graphics cards, water cooling support, easy installation, and lots of room inside. Let’s jump in and see what the Eclipse P400S is all about!
Special thanks to Phanteks for providing us with the Eclipse P400S to review.
The Phanteks Eclipse P400S comes in a typical case box from Phanteks. There is an outline of the case on the front.
On the back there is an exploded view of the case showing off all of its parts. Some of the main features are listed.
On the side of the case there is a full list of specifications.
Opening the box up we can see that the case is nicely protected by two large pieces of Styrofoam and it is inside of a plastic bag to protect from scratches.