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    Phantek Eclipse P300 Tempered Glass

    This is a simple clean case for modding

    Phantek's Eclipse P300 Tempered Glass
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    I saw the preview on HWC's youtube channel, and it looks like a lot of case for the money.

    It should give some serious competition to Fractal's Define/Meshify C tempered glass edition, as well as the S340. The Fractals win on water cooling, and probably airflow capabilities, but the S340 elite I think is the odd one out, with only slightly improved front panel filtration being the distinguishing factor, but a slightly higher price.

    Oh yea, and the puck. Let's not forget the glorious puck
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    I was not impressed with Primo quality, but this one priced fine for what you get.
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    I have to agree with you here, Daz.

    The Primo and original Pros were not blessed with the strongest metal. I remember taking the optical/3.5 HD plate off the front and putting in a couple of radiators in the pro, and I was afraid the case would twist and bend under the weight.

    I did almost the same thing with my Phantom 530 and it felt quite rigid and was the opposite. I do know from the new Enthoo Pro M and Evolv, they've converted the interior chassis panels to a higher strength steel, and these cases feel better built and more rigid.
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    Seems like a good candidate to replace my 800D
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