Originally presented at Computex alongside two other chassis, the Phanteks Eclipse G360A is now officially planned for release this month, featuring good liquid cooling support and an optional GPU mount.
The new mid-tower will be available in black or white, measuring 200mm (W) x 455mm (D) x 465mm (H) and weighing 6.51kg thanks to its steel frame. A tempered glass side panel provides a nice view over your RGB-illuminated hardware.
Inside you find space for Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX, and E-ATX (up to 280mm wide) motherboards, up to 162mm-height CPU coolers, 280mm-long PSUs, and 400mm-long graphics cards. In other words, all standard components ought to fit.
For storage, you get two 3.5in/2.5in drive bays, plus two 2.5in slots behind the motherboard, with an optional third slot if you buy another adapter.
The Eclipse G360A comes bundled with three 120mm DRGB fans, with space for four extra fans in the top and rear. If 140mm fans are more to your liking, you can install two in the front and two up top.
Liquid-cooling-wise, the chassis handles up to 120mm radiators in the rear, 360mm radiators in the front and top; however, you can’t install both 360mm at the same time.
When you say fans, you think dust, and that’s why Phanteks added three dust filters – one below the PSU intake, one on the top, and one in the case front. All of them can be removed to be cleaned.
Finally, for I/O there is two USB 3.0 Type-A, a combo 3.5mm audio jack, and RGB control buttons. Where’s Type-C, we hear you say.
Phanteks Eclipse G360A will be available by end of June for £84.90, covered by a five-year limited warranty.