Phanteks Eclipse P400 Review
Published: 8th February 2016 | Source: Phanteks | Price: £50 to £60.00 @ OCUK |
Up Close: Interior Rear Side
There's a lot going on back here, so pay attention. First up, cable management options are fairly decent, with a row of tie points featuring three of Phanteks proprietary hook and loop type fastenings. It does have to be said though, that to the right of this line there's an absolute dearth of cable tie points so a bit of room for improvement there we think. You do though get a pair of 2.5" brackets so you can stealth your SSDs
The PSU has to be accessed from this side owing to the false floor, bu that's no great shakes, to the rear of this there's a cage which will hold 2x3.5" drives. This is the cage that lies directly underneath the removable floor panel that will need to be removed if you want to fit a 360mm radiator.
The cage is metal and the trays are plastic but feature nice tool free locking mechanisms on either side.
There's about 25mm of space to be had at the back, which should be plenty for anyone, just a shame Phanteks had the logo printed on their cable ties upside down, and no you can't swap them round as they only screw in on the left. Attention to detail chaps!