Phanteks Eclipse P360X Mid-Tower Chassis Review (Page 5)

| Sep 25, 2019 at 1:55 pm CDT
Rating: 92%Manufacturer: PhanteksModel: PH-EC350PTG_DBK

Inside the P360X Continued

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The rear dan mounting, as mentioned previously, is 120mm based with some slotting to the mounting, which should provide a bit more flexibility. There is no fan included in this position as the P360X only comes with one included fan and it is for air ingestion through the front. It is worth mentioning again that the expansion slot covers do not have separation bars like most chassis which means less likelihood of any issues of needing to adjust GPU mounting to connect a display cable.

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The cable management area of the P360X is rather simple with triple mounting locations for 2.5" trays. There are two included drive trays back here, which means out of the box you can adjust your drive mounting; however, best fits your needs. Left of this area, we see two preinstalled Velcro tie-downs which can handle the lions share of your cabling management needs. There are a few other areas around the motherboard tray that has pop-out cable management hooks and even a few loops which can be used to fasten cables in place for a much more tidy build.

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Here we have the 3.5" cage below the PSU shroud and its dual trays, one of which is holding the accessory pack. The 3.5" trays are toolless but will require fasteners if using them for 2.5". The lower cage can be omitted by removing the top screws from the PSU shroud and the screws on the bottom as we showed earlier.

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The PSU section is in a standard location, and while it is listed for a massive fitment capability, I believe this is purely based on omission of the 3.5" HDD cage. The PSU has four rubberized foam pads where the PSU can sit to avoid metal to metal contact. Here we also see the ventilation which is filtered and cleanable as needed.

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The front panel cables are as follows (left to right):

- ARGB 3-pin output cable (3-pin standard & 3-pin specialized header)

- SATA power lead for RGB control

- HD Audio connector

- USB 3.2 Gen 1, 20-pin connector

- Power Switch connector

- 3-pin ARGB sync connector (to sync with the motherboard)

 

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