Wednesday, June 6th 2018
Phanteks also showed off its Eclipse P600S case, positioned above the P400S. It's larger than the average mid-tower, but smaller than full-towers. The case appears to share a lot of under-the-hood design with the Evolv X, and is capable of running a dual-system build, with an E-ATX primary system, and a mini-ITX secondary. The outer design is significantly different from the Evolv X, more characteristic of the Eclipse series, and lets you switch between "low-noise" and "high air-flow" modes by removing acoustic dampening material that block large fan vents along the top and front panels. You swap out the dampening material for simpler dust-filters, and load the case up with up to six 140 mm fans. All other features are nearly identical to the Evolv X. The company plans to launch this case some time later in Q3-2018.