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Phanteks reveals their P300 SE and 350X cases

Both of these cases will sell for less than $70

Phanteks reveals their P300 SE and 350X cases

Phanteks reveals their P300 SE and 350X cases

At CES 2018, Phanteks has unveiled their new 350X chassis alongside Special Edition versions of their existing P300 lineup, delivering premium looking case designs for prices that all under $70. 

The 350X is designed to act as a budget offering while maintaining support for EATX motherboards. The 350X is based on the P300's design, though Phanteks has made the chassis longer to accommodate EATX motherboards and has created ventilation points to allow additional airflow through the front of the case. This new enclosure also offers RGB illumination on the front of the case while also providing a unique ambient LED light beside the case's tempered glass window.    

  

Phanteks reveals their P300 SE and 350X cases  (Image from HardwareCanucks)

The 350X offers two 140/120mm fan mounts on the front to act as intakes, with two 140/120mm mounts at the top to serve as an exhaust alongside a rear 120mm fan. The case will support only two 3.5-inch drive bays under the PSU should area with two 2.5-inch drive bays hidden behind the motherboard tray. 

The 350X is designed to sit neatly between the P300 and P400, selling with a price tag of $70 in the US. In the UK this case is expected to sell for £65-70.


Phanteks reveals their P300 SE and 350X cases    (Image from HardwareCanucks)

Alongside the 350X, Phanteks has also revealed new colour options for the P300, showing a new white variant as well as a black and red model. These new cases will ship at the same price as the case's existing all-black version, which currently sells for £55 here in the UK. 


Phanteks reveals their P300 SE and 350X cases

  (Image from HardwareCanucks)

Both of these cases are expected to release in the near future, offering some exciting new options in the £50-£70 section of the case market. 

You can join the discussion on Phantek's new 350X and P300 SE cases on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

11-01-2018, 03:28:51

Eddie long
Not a bad looking case ,Quote

11-01-2018, 05:47:24

SeanAngelo
Hmmm.... I've been looking at a new case lately, this might be an option. But that front panel is the same as my Define S and the airflow is restricting, hence why I've taken the front panel off because it lowers my gpu temps by like 5-7c.

Good looking case though, simple design.Quote

11-01-2018, 11:34:20

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by SeanAngelo View Post
Hmmm.... I've been looking at a new case lately, this might be an option. But that front panel is the same as my Define S and the airflow is restricting, hence why I've taken the front panel off because it lowers my gpu temps by like 5-7c.

Good looking case though, simple design.
The Define S is completely unrestrictive. That design has been proven so many times it's not. I believe you that your temps dropped because the Define S is huge and could take advantage of that but definitely not restrictive. The H440 on the other hand..Quote
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