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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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  • #2
    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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    • #3
      I was not impressed with Primo quality, but this one priced fine for what you get.
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      • #4
        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.
        DS340-E: Core I7 3770K Undervolted at 4.3Ghz, Asrock Z77 Extreme-3, 16GB of Adata XPG V2 gold RAM at 2200mhz, XFX R9 290 with EK water block and (I love) gold backplate, EK tubing, Bitspower and Darkside fittigs, Darkside RGB lighting with handy remote control, WD Black Dual (120GB SSD+1TB mechanical) hard disk, Swiftech PWM fan controller, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

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        • #5
          Seems like a good candidate to replace my 800D
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