Phanteks Eclipse P600S Case Review: Page 6 of 7

Posted by James Keir on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 - 8:00am

System Build and Installation

Below is a list of the hardware included in this build:

  • ASRock Z370 Tachi Motherboard
  • Intel 8700K Processor
  • 4 x 4GB Team Group T-Force Delta RGB Ram
  • Cooler Master 212 Hyper Black Edition Cooler
  • EVGA 750W P2 PSU

Recently, I have done a lot of mid-tower builds, but I must say this one has been my favorite by far. Personally, I couldn’t find a single flaw in the Eclipse P600S. It had extremely well-placed cutouts, an amazing amount of room to work with, and aesthetically it just looks stunning. In addition to it looking great, it is also very well constructed and feels more like a $200+ case as opposed to one priced at $150.  It was truly effortless to create a clean build in the P600S with the help of features like the cutout sliders and motherboard cutout above/below the motherboard. Some of my favorite features of the case are the vertical GPU mount, removable side panels, and the fact the all the panels are magnetically attached.

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Out of all the cases I have worked with over the years, the P600S has the best out of the box cable management I have seen. Thanks to all the included Velcro straps and tiedown points I was able to keep the back nice a tidy even with my bulking EVGA stock cables. I really liked that Phanteks included straps on the majority of the tiedown points so I didn’t have to resort to zip ties. This makes it much easier to add/rearrange cables in the future and just looks much better in my opinion. Another huge plus is the included fan controller which should easily handle any fans you decide to add to your build.

Phanteks P600S


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