Overclockers UK has just announced that it is taking orders for Phanteks’ new P500 midi tower cases. These are reasonably discreet housings that are designed for high-performance airflow with a slim aesthetic. It is available in various configurations and color options and will be delivered to customers on July 15th.
This case has a hinged side wall made of tempered glass and offers space for motherboards up to the size of e-ATX.
Phanteks say this about this new case:
“With the Eclipse P500A, Phantek combines an attractive design and excellent cooling performance in an affordable central tower. Based on the frame of the award-winning Eclipse P600S and Evolv X vases, the P500A offers high-end functions such as extensive support for water cooling, numerous drive bays, an integrated RGB controller, a hinged side door made of tempered glass and support for dual systems. “
The entry-level option for a P500 case is available in Satin Black with a pair of 140mm RGB fans. It is available for £ 89.99
You can pay a bit more to upgrade to a P500 with three 140mm D-RGB fans, so you can illuminate each fan with a range of different colors at the same time. This is available in either Satin Black or Glacier White and costs £ 117.95.
Phanteks Eclipse P500 RGB Satin Black – £ 89.99 delivered
Phanteks Eclipse P500 D-RGB Satin Black – £ 117.95 supplied
Phanteks Eclipse P500 D-RGB Glacier White – £ 117.95 supplied
In addition to these new cases, Phanteks have updated their line of fans with the following updated options:
Phanteks SK120 Black PWM Fan – 120mm – £ 7.99 shipped
Phanteks SK120 Black DRGB PWM Fan – 120mm – £ 12.95 supplied
Phanteks SK120 black DRGB PWM fan – 120mm Triple Pack – supplied
Phanteks SK140 Black PWM Fan – 140mm – £ 14.99 shipped
Phanteks SK140 Black DRGB PWM Fan – 140mm – £ 14.99 shipped
Phantek’s SK140 Black DRGB PWM Fan – 140mm Triple Pack – £ 39.95 supplied
What do you think about these new fans, could they be the shell of your upcoming upcoming PC build? Have you had trouble finding a case that suits your needs and budget given the recent storage problems? Let us know in the comments below.