Phanteks rolls out the Eclipse P200A DRGB, a new Mini-ITX case that focuses on high-airflow and room for a lot of hardware. It's not an extremely compact case, it measures 205 mm x 365 mm x 400 mm but is capable of supporting a 355mm long video card plus two watercooling radiators (240mm and 240/280mm).
The steel chassis features a tempered glass side panel -- offering a stunning look at your hardware. If you have some cable management skills, of course. If you forego watercooling, the case supports a total of seven 120mm fans. It's ready for a triple-slot vertically mounted GPU and supports a regular ATX PSU. The front area features an ultra-fine mesh for maximum airflow, fortunately it's protected by a dust filter.
By default, the case ships with two 120mm DRGB PWM fans and a DRGB LED controller, with optional syncing with motherboard and software. There is room for four 2.5" SSDs and up to four 3.5" HDDs using optional brackets. In the maximum configuration, you can mount two 2.5" SSDs and four 3.5" HDDs.
A front I/O panel offers two USB 3.0 ports, one USB-C Gen2 10Gbps port, HD Audio jacks, and LED controls.
Pricing is $69.99 for the Eclipse P200A DRGB. Phanteks also offers a cheaper Performance edition for $49.99, that model has no tempered glass side panel, more limited front I/O, and two regular 120mm PWM fans instead of ARGB PWM fans.
Phanteks Eclipse P200A DRGB -- high-airflow design for Mini-ITX
Posted on Friday, April 23 2021 @ 11:33 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck