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Case

Phanteks Eclipse P400S ATX Mid Tower Case

(27 Ratings, 4.8 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Phanteks

Part #

PH-EC416PSTG_BK

Manufacturer

Phanteks

Type

ATX Mid Tower

Color

Black

Power Supply

None

Side Panel Window

Tinted Tempered Glass

Power Supply Shroud

Yes

Front Panel USB

USB 3.2 Type-A

Motherboard Form Factor

  • EATX
  • ATX
  • Micro ATX
  • Mini ITX

Full-Height Expansion Slots

7

Half-Height Expansion Slots

0

Maximum Video Card Length

  • 280 mm / 11.024" With Drive Cages
  • 395 mm / 15.551" Without Drive Cages

Dimensions

  • 470 mm x 210 mm x 465 mm
  • 18.504" x 8.268" x 18.307"

Internal 2.5" Bays

2

Internal 3.5" Bays

2

Volume

  • 45.895 L
  • 1.621 ft³

Price History

    Reviews

    esk02k
    • 79 points
    • 33 months ago

    Really nice looking case that comes with a magnetic LED strip which plugs into the controller round the back. It has three buttons hidden away under the top lip, a 3 speed fan controler, led settings (colour or hold for effect/on/off) and reset button. The cable management is good with Velcro tabs round the back making it easy to get a nice clean cable job. I didn't even have to use any cable ties. Fitted a kraken x62 (280mm) rad in the front perfectly but the case is very restrictive when it comes to air when using a big AIO and it gets very hot inside from being choked. I ended up cutting some holes in the front and my temps dropped by 10 degrees across the board. Thats my only con, the poor air flow. In a purely air configuration the case does fine, A friend of mine runs it with an air cooler and his temps are perfectly fine but its something to be aware of if you plan to use a big AIO in the front.

    spencrU
    • 59 points
    • 29 months ago

    from completed build First PC - Overkill | Part Deux

    Tempered glass is all the rage and this case is one of the reasons why. Looks fantastic and has tons of room to make building a breeze. Super easy cable management and the added integrated LED RGB strip(s) and fan controller are a nice touch. Easily one of the best mid-towers.

    WilliamCB19
    • 37 points
    • 31 months ago

    from completed build Hesperus - First Build

    This is perhaps my favorite piece of my entire build. It looks amazing, runs fairly quiet, and is very easy to work in. The tempered glass really shows off the internals nicely, and the black outlines around the panel enable you to hold it on the edges without having to clean off finger prints. There are a lot of other small things that make you feel like there was attention to detail put into the P400S's design.

    As for cons, the cut outs on the PSU shroud are too small. They are meant for routing cables, but I couldn't fit anything but the smallest through them. That being said, that is the only complaint I have, and as far as cons go, that's a minor one.

    If you are looking for a tempered glass case, this is one of the best at its price point, no question.

    spidermankini
    • 19 points
    • 18 months ago

    This case is a more modernised variant of the old P400S, featuring a tempered glass side panel in order to show off the interior of the case. The internal expansion slots and cable management makes this a great case for first time builders, and as I built this PC alone this time I found that the cable routing and many possible paths made it very easy to manage cables. Though the pictures don't show the cables too much, this is mostly due to me knowing I will be swapping out fans and the cooler soon once the AM4 Bracket for the Kraken cooler arrives. There are small expansion panels in the case that can be removed, intended to be used as additional hard drive slots or 5.25" bays, I found these to be very useful when managing the cables as it gave more freedom in routing compared to the rubber grommet slots.

    fragment
    • 17 points
    • 28 months ago

    from completed build ORION - Ryzen Gaming Rig

    Coming from a Fractal Design Define XL R2 to this Phanteks Eclipse P400S was certainly a challenge as I haven't worked in a mid-size case for quite awhile. I love the design of this case. The tempered glass panel looks amazing, though I admit I find it a bit of a hassle to get on and off without my blood pressure going through the roof -- It would suck to have to deal with a broken panel. The compatibility with ASUS Aura is a bonus, though the case didn't come with the RGB_HEADER adapter to plug into the board. I don't think it would cost Phanteks too much to include these adapters for ASUS and MSI RGB.

    Samothace
    • 16 points
    • 28 months ago

    from completed build Vanilla Smoothie

    So classy with the tempered glass. I really like how it's built.

    s.a.wood15
    • 16 points
    • 16 months ago

    from completed build CF Redux

    Great looking case, but airflow is a little choked at the front. Removing the front panel drops my idle CPU temps by about 4-5C. Also there's definitely not enough room to mount a radiator+fans at the top, space is pretty limited up there. Otherwise the layout is great. Velcro cable ties on the back make cable management a breeze.

    zombiehacker595
    • 14 points
    • 26 months ago

    Looks great, and is very simple to build in for a first time builder such as myself.

    For a "silent" case however it isn't very silent. Even the quietest fan noises will seep out.

    inder
    • 13 points
    • 33 months ago

    from completed build Work Station / Home PC Build

    Love this case. Looks great sitting on my desk.

    One with to be aware of is that it does not come with the adapter to work with asus aura.

    TruVueTech
    • 13 points
    • 24 months ago

    i would absolutely buy this case again, though i probably wont ever need to with how solid this things i built. the steel chassis is rigid offering minimal flex, if any. the tempered glass side panel is thick and sturdy (don't see this thing breaking even if you did drop it off of your counter on to tile, totally did not do that though). And the areas for cable management are stellar, 1.3 Centimeters of space to route cables in, included velcro tie down point for cables, and a large area to place excess cables (depending on the length of your PSU). this thing is the dream of cases and the price makes it accessible to a wide range of PC builders. Excellent Phanteks Mid-tower chassis.

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