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ATX Mid Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
355 mm / 13.976"
- 400 mm x 200 mm x 455 mm
- 15.748" x 7.874" x 17.913"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 36.4 L
- 1.285 ft³
- 20 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Phanteks Phanboy
This case is fits what I wanted out of my next system almost perfectly. I never owned the original P300 chassis but I knew it was closer to the size and weight of case that I was looking for. The upgrades to the P300 chassis from Phanteks are of course the mesh front panel for better air flow, the open pcie expansion slot design allowing for easy installation of their vertical GPU mounting bracket, and the way that the glass side panel fastens itself to the case with thumb screws at the back and a small peg that aligns with a hole at the bottom front of the case. Going with 4 stars though for a couple minor issues. One is that the included screws for the case come jumbled up in a small plastic bag. I may be spoiled from my previous Phanteks case (the Enthoo Pro) because previously the screws came in a small plastic container with compartments for organizing the screws. Another reason is that when you install a 140mm fan in the front, it is partially covered by the case frame on the left side (see the last picture). And the last reason is that the clearance from the ceiling of the interior of the case doesn't allow for a case fan with a Phanteks Halos RGB frame to be installed without colliding with my motherboard's VRM heatsink and CPU/EPS header. You would think that they would allow enough clearance for fans with their additional RGB product installed to fit into one of their own cases, but since it's just RGB this is a very minor issue. If you put a fan up there without a Halos ring on it then it should have just enough clearance, but the space is still tight.
- 10 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Learning Curve
Decent build quality especially considering the price, cable management was easy and I had plenty of room. I took this over the regular Phantek P300 because of the mesh front to improve air flow. keep in mind the P300 A doesn't have colored LEDs built in like the regular 300 does, this case still has lighted accents though. I knocked a star off only because my PSU with the cables didn't fit due to the hard drive cages being in the way. I knew this was a potential issue when I got the case but it wasn't going to cause me problems as I don't plan on using any 3.5" hard drives.
- 8 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build P300a Budget Build
Great look, and easy to work in with lots of air flow.
- 7 points
- 20 days ago
from completed build The Phantom
Great for the price. Airflow is excellent and cable management nice and easy. It can be a bit tight down in the basement with the PSU but still workable. I would recommend using a fully modular PSU in this case unless you decide to completely do without the drive cage.
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