RTX 3080 GAMING PC WITH I7-10700K
When it first debuted its Eclipse lineup, Phanteks had masterfully melded a tight price-point and heavy featureset to deliver a very appealing mid-tower chassis. More than three and a half years on, we’re finally seeing an airflow variant make its way to market. Phanteks’s P400A is available both as a case (with two variants in two different colors), and as a standalone replacement front panel, for if you already own the original P400, P400S, or either of the tempered glass versions.
Based loosely on a stripped down variant of the Evolv’s internal platform, the original Eclipse P400 featured a lot of the same quality of life improvements as Phanteks’ fabled flagship, yet with some notable cutbacks made here and there to ensure that the company could still hit that $80 mark. Overall roof space and the removable radiator bracket was removed, the front panel was now a thick solid unit with ventilation only located top and bottom, the paint job was far more basic, and the aluminum panels absent entirely compared to the that of the Phanteks Evolv.
INTEL I7-10700K PROCESSOR
ASUS Z-490 A PRIME MOTHEBOARD
GSKILL TRIDENTZ 16GB DDR4 3200 MHZ MEMORY (8*2)
SEAGATE BARRACUDA 1TB SATA HARD DRIVE 7200 RPM
KINGSTON 500GB NVME SSD
NVIDIA RTX 3080 10GB GRAPHICS CARD
PHANTEKS P400 MID TOWER RGB CASE
CORSAIR RM 650X 650 WATTS POWER SUPPLY
DEEPCOOL L240V2 240MM AIO COOLER RGB