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    Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    This new ATX chassis will be available in three options starting from €69.90/£62.99 (no RGB).
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    Re: Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    Tempered glass?

    *changes channel*
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    Re: Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Tempered glass?

    *changes channel*
    Yeah, tempered glass and with mesh front. Various models - Black no RGB, Black RGB, White RGB

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    Re: Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    I will say that I was interested in this case, but ended up already building a zen 2 build and used a coolermaster h500 instead.

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    Re: Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    I have a car demist snail blower in the garage. I suspect that *any* case you bolt that to would be high airflow

    https://www.carbuildersolutions.com/...age-heater-fan

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    Re: Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Tempered glass?

    *changes channel*
    It's isn't just that which annoys me though, it's the lack of drive bays on a majority of cases with any general sense of "subtle". I ended up going for a Corsair 275Q for a recent build, but it lacks an external drive bay. This is the exact reason I didn't upgrade my own case earlier this year when upgrading. Lack of suitable cases that are the right dimensions, I don't require massive depth but do prefer something quiet and subtle.

    Almost at the stage I'd build my own out of wood....

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    Re: Phanteks launches the Eclipse P400A high airflow case

    Quote Originally Posted by clown_abhi View Post
    Yeah, tempered glass and with mesh front. Various models - Black no RGB, Black RGB, White RGB
    Yes, so I read. I still don't like tempered glass.
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