Phanteks announces the Eclipse P400A, a PC case that maximizes airflow

What you need to know

  • Phanteks announced the new Eclipses P400A PC case.
  • The case features a mesh front and multiple fans to keep your PC cool.
  • Three versions of the case will be available by mid-August 2019 starting at $70.

Today, Phanteks announced the Eclipse P400A, a PC case with an emphasis on airflow and cooling. The case features a metal mesh front that allows increased airflow to help reduce heat. It will be available in three versions by mid-August 2019. The Eclipse P400A with an integrated fan controller and two black fans is $69.99 while the Eclipse P400A with an integrated digital-RGB controller and three d-RGB fans is $89.99.

In addition to the airflow-focused exterior, the Eclipse P400A features an open interior. It supports vertical GPU placement and up to 8 HDD positions.

Phanteks Eclipse P400A

Phanteks Eclipse P400A (Image credit: Phanteks)

The fan controller version of the case is available in black. The digital-RGB controller version is available in either black or white.

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