Phanteks Eclipse P400 Review
Published: 8th February 2016 | Source: Phanteks | Price: £50 to £60.00 @ OCUK |
Instructions are in the form of a single sheet which is identical on both sides apart from the language options. To be honest they could do with going into a bit more detail. if you're an experienced builder you're going to be able to work things out, but if you're a novice you're going to be left scratching your head. Accessories wise you get a big "Bag-O-Screws" with a slack handful of cable ties. You also get a pair of magnetic fan filters which can be used in place of the two vent covers on the roof.
And so to the build. With the space available you can get pretty much any size PSU you want in here, just take care not to scratch things as you ease it in from the reverse of motherboard side.
As there's plenty of space on tap and good cable management options it's relatively easy to make a good job of things back here. It is though really beginning to bug us that those hook and loop fastenings are upside down. Actually it's not bugging us, it's really doing our heads in.
With our heads "Done in" let's return to the front side of the case. Management holes are nicely spaced so as to bring cables through just where you need them and there's a couple of nice little holes in the top for the 8-pin and fan cables. We've only popped in our little EN8800GT, but as you can see there's a Shit load.... a significant amount of room for large cards without compromising what looks to be a decent space for thick rads.