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Phanteks Announces the Eclipse P400 and P400S Chassis

Phanteks today introduces two variants of the Eclipse Series, the P400 and P400S (Silent Edition). The Eclipse P400 and P400S will be available in three colors: Satin Black, Anthracite Grey and Glacier White. The Eclipse Series P400 and P400s are compact midtowers that are easy for beginning PC builders that wants to create a clean and beautiful build.

The interior chassis design of the Eclipse P400 and P400S is based on the Enthoo Series and offers user-friendly features. This includes full metal exterior, RGB lighting system with color control and optional RGB interior lighting strips, equipped with dust filters, all-in-one radiator mounting location in front, power supply shroud, 2x 120mm fans, and cable management tools.

Phanteks Unveils a Pair of Dual-System Cases

Phanteks unveiled a large variant of its flagship case, the Enthoo Primo, keeping up with the community's newfound love for two machines in a box, the Enthoo Primo Dual-System. The case serves up room for an E-ATX motherboard tray right where you'd expect it to be, and a second mini-ITX motherboard tray along the base of the case, with its two add-on card slots arranged perpendicular to the base.

A smart Power-Splitter device is included, which lets you share a common PSU with both your machines, which powers down the PSU only when both machines are shut-down, and fires it back up when either or both machines are powered up. Taking this concept a little further (read: bigger), the company also unveiled a prototype case it calls "Project 916," which is made of premium materials such as aluminium and tempered glass; RGB ambient lighting, and gobs of room for your liquid-cooling madness. The Enthoo Primo Dual-System will be available in March 2016, priced at $260. Phanteks is looking at a Q3-2016 launch for Project 916.

Phanteks Also Intros Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass Edition

For those wanting a groovy, metal-tinted glass finish on their cases, Phanteks has an option. The company launched the Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass Edition, a variant which features tinted, tempered-glass panels on both sides of the cases. The panels cover the entire area of the side panels, and stay in place with thumb-screws. The rest of its feature-set remains consistent with the company's best-selling case. Phanteks is pricing the case at US $190, it hits the shelves in March, 2016.

Phanteks Unveils Eclipse P400 Series Mid-tower Cases

Phanteks unveiled its new Eclipse P400 series mid-tower cases. Pictured below, are the P400 and the P400S (the "S" denotes silent). Designed for the contemporary gaming PC build, which lacks the need for vast drive cages up front, including 5.25-inch bays, the P400/S serve up room for long graphics cards, 360 x 120 mm radiators at the front, 240 x 120 mm radiators at the top, and clear acrylic windows with optional RGB LED lighting.

While the lighting is optional, an LED on/off switch comes standard issue. Storage areas include a two each of 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drive bays. The P400S comes with a cover for the top vents, additional sound-proofing material, and a 3-speed fan-controller. The P400 is priced at US $70, while the P400S is priced at $80. The two go on sale in February, 2016.

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Pro M Acrylic Window Edition Chassis

Phanteks today announce the release of the Enthoo PRO M Acrylic Window Edition. Phanteks' new Enthoo Pro M variant will now include a full acrylic side panel. The Enthoo Pro M Acrylic Window Edition will include features like the new HDD mounting system, PWM hub, the innovative radiator bracket and pump mounting locations. System builders and watercooling enthusiasts can now showcaase their build.

The PRO M Acryclic Window Edition has a full acrylic window, front and top brushed aluminum look panels, and the innovative radiator bracket. The I/O port now resides on the side of the front panel creating a simple but elegant design without the cost. The PRO M Acrylic Window Edition will feature a large interior to support full ATX. A innovative top radiator bracket to allow easy installation of the radiator and/or fans like the Enthoo EVOLV ATX and the EVOLV ITX.

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Mini XL Dual System Chassis

With the overwhelming response from the community, users have requested for a solution to the Enthoo Mini XL's dual system configuration setup. Today, Phanteks announces the release of the Enthoo Mini XL Dual System. The Mini XL Dual System will have Phanteks Power Splitter and the Mini ITX upgrade kit pre -installed. With Enthoo Mini XL Dual System, users can run two fully functional system independently of one another. The Mini XL Dual System provides users to have the option of having a high powered gaming system and workstation or Gaming system and streaming system all in one case.

The Mini XL Dual System, a compact and power structure with sandblasted aluminum faceplates with matte finish. The Mini XL has a stealthy interior design with hidden PSU and HDD's. It also comes with two separate front I/O for the dual systems and a light system with multi-color control (10 colors). The Mini XL Dual System will feature dual removable hard drive cages, 2x Drop-N-Lock SSD brackets, fully equipped dust filters, mod friendly structure, and Phanteks' cable binders for easy cable management.

Phanteks Announces Power Splitter with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology

Phanteks' PH-PWSPR_1P2M with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology is a power splitter that will eliminate the need to use two power supplies for dual system configuration. With the Phanteks' Power Splitter, users will be able to run two fully functional systems with only one power supply. Now you can have two individual system in one case independently of one another. The Power Splitter is cost efficient and doesn't take up valuable space thanks to its small footprint.

Using the Power Splitter, a dual system configuration can operate independently of one another. Powering ON/OFF on one system will not affect the other and vice versa. As long as one system is running the power supply will be fully operational until both systems are off.

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ATX in New Galaxy Silver Trim

Phanteks' Enthoo Evolv ATX has gained popularity in the watercooling community with it's innovative design and expansion flexibilities. Today, Phanteks is proud to announce the availability of a new color addition to the Enthoo Evolv ATX, the Galaxy Silver. Like the EVOLV, the EVOLV ATX retains the full 3mm thick aluminum outer panels with the quick release system. The EVOLV ATX features a 4 color changeable power LED.

With the EVOLV series ranging from mini ITX to micro ATX, the EVOLV ATX will feature a large interior to support full ATX. A innovative top radiator bracket to allow easy installation of the radiator and/or fans. The EVOLV ATX now comes with the all new HDD mounting system and includes 3x modular HDD bracket (PH-HDDKT_02). The EVOLV ATX is designed with watercooling in mind. Multiple reservoir and pump mounting locations, as well as storage capacity, the Enthoo EVOLV ATX will satisfy any PC builder looking for a design that doesn't sacrifice features.

Phanteks Readies Red+Black Trim of Enthoo Evolv ITX

Phanteks is giving finishing touches to a new black+red trim of its pioneering Enthoo Evolv ITX chassis. This trim features a matte-red interiors, with red expansion slot covers, and a subtle red ornament on the front panel. The case should go particularly well with gaming-focused mini-ITX motherboards such as the Z170N-Gaming 5, Z170I Gaming Pro AC, and the Z170I Pro Gamer.

The rest of its feature-set is same as the original. The case offers up to two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays, its design serves up some clever spaces for 140 mm, and even 280 mm long radiators. It can seat a standard ATX power supply. The case measures 230 mm x 395 mm x 375 mm (WxDxH), weighing around 5.4 kg, and is made of steel, with a few brushed aluminium bits. Phanteks plans to launch this trim in the last week of October.

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Phanteks Also Announces the PH-NDC Thermal Compound

Phanteks announces the release of their high purity nanostructured, diamond-like particle thermal paste. The PH-NDC thermal paste maximizes heat dissipation and is a superb quality thermal compound for heatsinks. The new PH-NDC includes two resusable applicators with storage caps.

PH-NDC is made of NANO diamond-like particles of hybrid compound, design for using in environment with low thermal resistance. PH-NDC's Nano diamond-like particles helps dissipate and transfer the heat when compressed. PH-NDC has no burn-in time that is required to reach maximum performance. Formulated to maximize efficiency instantly when applied.

Phanteks Announces the MP and SP Series Black Edition Fans

Phanteks today announced the immediate availability of the PH-F120/140/200 SP Series and PH-F120/140 MP Series Black Edition fans. The fans are available in 120mm, 140mm, 200mm sizes with the all new black blades and black frame.

The MP Series premium fans are designed to overcome the airflow restriction caused by high fin denisty. The MP Series fans produces high static air pressure allowing for a direct and focused airflow making them ideal for the densely packed fins of a radiator. The new seven blade high pressure MVB II blades are precisely angled to generate a silent and controlled airflow.

Phanteks Announces Enthoo Evolv ITX Special Edition

Phanteks today announces the new Special Edition Enthoo Evolv ITX which brings two new colors to the Enthoo Evolv ITX Series. The two color options are PH-ES215P_WT (White with Black Interior) and PHES215P_SRD (Black with Red interior). The Enthoo EVOLV ITX retains the minimalist design from the original EVOLV and features a metal exterior. The case measures at 230 x 375 x 395 mm and is equipped with 1x PH-F200SP fan, front I/O port, 1x SSD Bracket, and 2x 3.5" removable HDD bracket.

The EVOLV ITX is capable of high end video card up to 13 inches in length and supports serious water-cooling. The EVOLV offers a unique bracket solution for the radiator to be mounted on top without any conflicts between the radiator and memory. Extra storage is possible with the included Drop-N-Lock SSD bracket and a Multifunctional mid plate Bracket which allows for mounting reservoir, pump, and SSD/HDD.

Phanteks Unveils PSU Power Splitter for Enthoo Mini XL

Phanteks' highly desirable dual-motherboard case, the Enthoo Mini XL, was displayed with a new PSU power splitter accessory, at Computex. Simply put, this accessory lets you multiply the 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS connectors of your PSU, so you can run both the ATX and ITX motherboards with a single PSU, with the added freedom of shutting down and powering up either board without affecting the other. The splitter takes is 'smart' in this way. It takes 24-pin and 8-pin inputs from the real PSU, and to the end user, behaves like two PSUs, so both "systems" (motherboards) can be turned on or off at whim.

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Pictured, Too

In addition to the Enthoo Evolv ATX, Phanteks showed off its sibling, the Enthoo Pro M. This mid-tower features a nearly identical inner frame to the Enthoo Evolv ATX, but with a 5.25-inch bay, and additional vents to install radiators onto. In addition to the front 280 mm mount, you get a 240 mm mount on the partition between the motherboard tray and the bottom PSU/drive compartment; and one on the top, covered by a rubber sheet, when not in use. This case if perfect, if you want the innards of the Evolv ATX, while keeping your optical drive, and some additional radiators.

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Pictured Up Close

Phanteks upscaled the design of its critically acclaimed Enthoo Evolv ITX case to ATX standards. The new Enthoo Evolv ATX, which comes in three color options - Satin Black, Glacier White, and Anthracite Gray, retains the interior design of its ITX sibling, featuring a vast motherboard tray with room for extremely tall CPU coolers, and long graphics cards; 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays lining the sides (drives oriented perpendicular to the plane of the base), and a bottom compartment that isolates the PSU and its cabling. This arrangement creates room for 280 mm front radiator.

Phanteks Announces Enthoo EVOLV ITX Chassis

Phanteks introduce their first Mini ITX, a budget oriented chassis that uses metal exterior, to their EVOLV lineup in the Enthoo Series. The case has many useful features, such as a unique bracket solution for a radiator on top and a multi-functional mid plate bracket for a reservoir, pump, and SSD/HDD.

The Enthoo EVOLV ITX retains the minimalist design from the original EVOLV and features a metal exterior. The case measures at 9.1 x 14.8 x 15.6 inches and is equipped with 1x PH-F200SP fan, front I/O port, 1x SSD Bracket, and 2x 3.5" removable HDD bracket.

Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL Lets You Run Two Systems Out of One Box

To cater to a growing class of enthusiasts with more than one system making up a main system, Phanteks rolled out he Enthoo Mini XL. This full-tower chassis has room for two motherboards, an ATX, and a mini-ITX. With three 5.25-inch drive bays, and two stacks of 4-tray 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bays, that can be detached to free up room for a tall radiator, the case can house two full-fledged systems, that are interconnected over network and KVM. There are two power supply bays, one that's standard ATX, and another that's SFX. Phanteks set up what's one of many build ideas for you to buy this case for.

Phanteks Unveils Enthoo EVOLV ITX Chassis

Phanteks covered all its bases of its Enthoo EVOLV series, with one for the budding mini-ITX form-factor, the Enthoo EVOLV ITX. Retaining the design of its bigger siblings, this case seats a mini-ITX motherboard in a standard perpendicular tray, with two expansion slots.

Inside, it's partitioned into two halves, the bottom one holding the PSU tray and a few drive bays, while the upper one is almost exclusively a motherboard tray, with several clever fan-mounting features. For example, the case can hold three 120 mm fans on its top, and a tray holding those, slides out. There's no dearth of room, and you can install CPU coolers as tall, and graphics cards as long, as you would on a conventional ATX tower.

Phanteks Also Announces the TC14S Slim Dual-tower CPU Cooler

Phanteks announces the release of the PHTC14S. A slim dual tower CPU cooler designed from the concept of the award-winning PH-TC14PE. The PH-TC14S incorporates the dual tower and performance from the PH-TC14PE but in a slimmer form. PH-TC14S's slim form elminates any conflicts with high RAM and VRM modules in newer motherboards. The six 6mm nickel plated heatpipes with the slim aluminum fins improves heat distribution and creates better thermal convection resulting in immediate cooling.

Standing only 6.3 inches in height and 2.83 inches in width, the PH-TC14S follows INTEL's Keep-Out-Zone. Thanks to the slim design, compatiblity issues of high RAM and VRM modules are non-exsistent. PH-TC14S uses Phanteks' patented P.A.T.S. technology which has been proven to withstand high temperatures and increases cooling performance by deflecting thermal radiation from other heat sources.

Phanteks Announces the TC12LS Low-Profile CPU Cooler

Phanteks announces the release of the PHTC12LS, a low profile CPU cooler. The PH-TC12LS comes equipped with the latest PHF120MP PWM High Static Pressure fan designed to overcome airflow restriction caused by high fin density.

Designed specifically for HTPC, the PHTC12LS stands at only 47mm tall (74mm with fan) and compatible with 99mm small form factor case. The six 6mm C-type nickel plated heatpipes with the slim aluminium stacked fins delivers thermal conductivity more efficiently. The new design aluminium stacked fins are slimmer, resulting in faster heat distribution on the surface of the fins.

Phanteks Rolls Out the MP Series Fans

Phanteks, the award winning designer of the Enthoo Primo, today announced the immediate availability of the PH-F120MP and PHF140MP Series High Static Pressure fans. The new MP Series fans are designed specifically for radiators. They have the ability to overcome the airflow restriction caused by high fin density from radiators. They will be available in 120mm and 140mm sizes.

The MP Series High Static Pressure fans are equipped with a new seven blade design that can produces high static air pressure allowing for a direct and focused airflow making them ideal for the densely packed fins of a radiator. The MP Series fans delivers an outstandingly low vibration, noise and turbulence with the eight preinstalled acoustic dampers.

Phanteks Introduces the Enthoo Evolv mATX PC Case

Phanteks announce the release of the Enthoo EVOLV, a mATX/mITX chassis with a beautiful all aluminum exterior. The EVOLV's unparalleled design features an all new quick release system for the outer panels. The EVOLV supports many high end PC components while maintaining a minimalist design.

The Enthoo EVOLV features a full aluminum exterior with a changeable color Power LED light. The EVOLV has a quick release panels for easy access to fans and dustfilters.

Phanteks Releases the Enthoo Luxe Full Tower PC Case

Phanteks announces the release of the Enthoo Luxe. The Enthoo Luxe's luxurious chassis combines flexibility and functionality without the added cost. A case worthy for all computer enthusiasts that want a great aircooling or watercooling case. Unleash unlimited possibilities with, our latest addition to our Enthoo Series, the Enthoo Luxe.

The Enthoo Luxe's front and top aluminum panels are sandblasted to create a textured appearance. This allows for an attractive and practical solution to reduce the appearance of fingerprints on the case. LED ambient lighting stretches all through the top and front of the case creating luminous edges and providing a spectacular indirect light effect.

Phanteks Unveils Enthoo EVOLV Cubical Micro-ATX Case

Phanteks showed off its Enthoo EVOLV line of cubical micro-ATX cases. Available in black and white, the cases let you build high-end micro-ATX gaming builds, complete with liquid cooling. They offer a high degree of cable management potential. The Enthoo EVOLV starts out as a 2-compartment chassis, except that the top one, which in cubical cases, features motherboard tray typically flat on the bottom (along the plane of the bottom); actually has a tower-like perpendicular motherboard tray. This tray has a massive 'crawl space' behind it, letting you tame not just your cable spaghetti, but also coolant tubing. There are no 5.25-inch drive bays, but two 3.5-inch internal trays, and two additional 2.5-inch ones behind the motherboard tray. Cooling system includes a massive 200 mm front intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust.
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