Build & Final Thoughts
Installing a system into the Phanteks Eclipse P300 was quick and easy, thanks largely to the spacious and uncluttered interior compartment. Our Micro ATX motherboard helped as well, but even an ATX board would not feel cramped inside the P300. Getting our PSU’s excess cabling tucked in behind the HDD drive cage was a bit of a pain, but using a modular PSU would have greatly alleviated this issue. After spending a good deal of time with the Phanteks Eclipse P300, we came away impressed most with the build materials and the overall fit and finish. If you want to make a flashy entrance to your next LAN party, or if you want an enclosure that’s capable of housing the latest and greatest (and hottest) components, Phanteks has other cases for you. The Eclipse P300, on the other hand, is a well-designed box that simply looks and feels like it should cost nearly twice as much as it does. Consider our jaw dropped.