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Hardware News

Phanteks Announces the New Eclipse P350X Case

Phanteks is introducing a new compact case to the Eclipse lineup, the P350X. The P350X brings new design with an amazingly affordable price. Clean interior design makes installation easy while the integrated Digital RGB lines on the exterior accentuates the case.

Phanteks Evolv Shift X
Cases

Phanteks Evolv Shift X Case Review

The Phanteks Evolv Shift X immediately strikes you as a unique and beautiful work of steel and glass. It is incredibly aesthetically pleasing. Striking even. However, as we take a moment and ponder further we see that beauty, as it often does, comes at a cost. This chassis will accept only Mini ITX motherboards, it is small. The length or height (depending on orientation) hides the fact that this case is basically SFF and as such must be approached with care and tact. Follow along as we find out both what it takes to build in this nearly boutique work of art as well as whether or not you really want to.

CES 2018

Phanteks Brings New RGB Products To CES 2018

While they are probably most well known for their PC cases, Phanteks has been making headway in the RGB arena, and they have increased their arsenal of products with four new devices revealed at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. We were able to take a look at these new products, and we have to say that what we saw was quite impressive.

CES 2018

Phanteks Eclipse P350X Seen At CES 2018

The very popular budget-conscious Eclipse line of cases from Phanteks is getting another addition that looks to be quite appealing. Designed to be positioned between the P300 and P400, the compact ATX midtower P350X is outfitted with many of the latest case features, and is expected to retail for $69.99.

CES 2018

Phanteks Teams Up With Seasonic For New Power Supplies At CES 2018

Phanteks has recently partnered up with Seasonic to offer a few new power supplies that give users options when it comes to dual-system builds, as well as dual power supply systems. The Revolt X and Revolt Pro power supplies look to fill a niche that other power supplies don't, while still operating as standard units if your needs are not as complex.

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