At the edge between the front and the cover are the reset switch and the LED control, which was positioned in the notch between the cover and the upper air inlet in the front. In the middle of the front of the lid is the power button, which is backlit with an RGB LED, while the two audio connectors and the two USB 3.0 ports of the front panel are placed side-to-side. A large, removable dust filter, which acts as a large mesh grille and rests on a large ventilation grille, occupies the majority of the lid.
Medium housing for gaming graphics cards & AiO water cooling
Also the interior of the black Eclipse P400 looks very noble thanks to the black lacquer and is divided into two parts by a power supply cover with perforated lattice on the top. The PSU-Shroud also covers the two drive bays, which are turned through 90 °, which allow a tool-free mounting of two 3.5- or 2.5-inch data carriers on the right-hand side, after removing the side panels attached by thumb-screens. Behind the mainboard tray, up to two SSDs can be mounted in the "Drop-N-Lock" SSD brackets and 25mm space for cable management. Velcro cable fixtures allow the cables to be laid neatly and the rubber cable grommets pass through the cables.
For gamers and hardcore gamers, the Phanteks Eclipse P400 offers installation options for high-end gamer hardware in the form of up to 395 mm long graphics cards and radiator mountings for AiO and custom water cooling systems. For example, the case in the back provides mounting options for a 120mm fan or radiator, while the front can accommodate three 120 fans or two 140 fans. As an alternative to the front fans, 280 or 360 heat exchangers can be installed in the front. For the installation of a 360 mm radiator, however, a cover in the PSU-Shroud as well as the HDD-Cages must be removed. In addition to the two pre-installed 120 mm fans, one each in the front and one in the rear, each can be mounted up to two 120 or 140 housing fans in the cover.
If you want to control your processor with a regular CPU cooler, you can use a model up to 16 cm high, while a power supply of up to 270 mm can supply the gaming system with the required power. The LED lighting is powered by a 12V SATA cable, and a 4-pin connector can be used to connect the housing's LED illumination to an optional LED controller or a motherboard with an appropriate RGB connector. With the help of optionally available accessories, up to four additional 3.5- or 2.5-inch data carriers can be installed at the expense of the maximum length of the graphics cards and the absence of a radiator in the front. In addition, the case is compatible with ASUS Aura or MSI Mystic Light, which allows the mainboard lighting to be controlled together with the respective housing lighting, which allows the entire gaming PC to be uniformly illuminated and display the same LED effects.
Dimensions: 210 x 465 x 470 mm (W x H x D)
Weight: approx. 7 kg
Material: steel, plastic, hard glass
Form Factor: E-ATX (up to 272 mm width), ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
Total fan possible:
2x 140 / 3x 120 mm (front)
2x 140/120 mm (cover)
1x 120 mm (rear side)
1x 120 mm (front)
1x 120 mm (rear side)
Radiator mountings (partial waiver of HDD and / or fan slots):
1x max. 280/360 mm (front)
1x max. 120 mm (rear side)
Filter: Front, power supply, cover (removable)
2x 2.5 inch (behind mainboard tray)
2x 2.5 / 3.5 inch (internal, tool-free mounting)
Power supply: 1x standard ATX (optional)
Expansion slots: 7
I / O panel:
1x Power-Button (with RGB-LED)
1x LED controller
2x USB 3.0
Maximum graphics card length: 395 mm
Maximum CPU cooler height: 160 mm
Maximum power supply length: 270 mm