Phanteks Eclipse P300 Tempered Glass Case Review: Page 3 of 5

Posted by Lance Carter on Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 8:00am

Package & Closer Look 

On the Eclipse P300 box, there is an exploded view of the case and all of it removable parts and pieces 

The left-hand side you see a beautiful black case with a painted red interior begging to have your parts installed in it. 

The right-hand side is just a plain black metal panel but the screws that hold it in place make for easy removal and they do not fall out of the panel. 

The rear of the case has the 120mm Phanteks preinstalled fan. Also, you have the red and black cover plates. 

The front of the case has a removable cover with two dust catchers. 

With the front panel removed you have access to the two Internal 3.5" Drive Bays. 

If you look through the 240mm/280mm radiator opening you get a fantastic look at the interior of the case. 

After removing the rear panel, you see the cable management area on the left, the Interior 2.5 Drive bays area (one included) 

On the lower right is the PSU area that can handle up to a 160mm PSU. 

After removing the tempered glass panel you see the preinstalled riser that requires the supplied screws to install the motherboard. 

The top fan mount can handle a 120mm or 140mm fan. 

It is covered with a magnetic dust cover. 

On the top of the case you have the Power SW / RGB LED Control / 2x USB 3.0 / Headphone / Mic 

On the bottom of the case, you have a dust cover for the PSU. 

With the case, you receive an accessory box with Quick Installation Guide, Attention Card, and a bag of screws/zip ties.