Phantek Eclipse G500A Is A Case That Catches Some Stunning Air

Phantek Eclipse G500A - g500A RGB in black and white formats

Phantek just announced the new Phantek Eclipse G500A a sleek looking mid-tower case that doesn’t just look cool.

The new Phantek Eclipse G500A from Phantek is just the start of today’s announcement form the PC hardware brand, and its likely to leave owners with plenty of aesthetic choices, and a ton of cooling. If you’re ready to invest in a new case come the holidays or build something from the ground up, then Phantek’s new range of cases, fans, and Neon D-RGB LED strips will set off the power of a modern gaming PC.

Eclipse G500A

The headline of today’s news, the G500A is a high airflow design that will set you back around €169.90 / £149.90 / $159.99 when it arrives in stores and online. It features front and top panels that are made up of Phanteks’ Ultra-fine Performance Mesh covers. This will provide plenty of air holes and dust filtration, but most importantly a way to check out the RGB installations available in this new case option.

  • The G500A D-RGB includes integrated D-RGB lighting is simple to without any additional software. 2x D-RGB LED strips built into the front and side. Three M25-140 D-RGB fans are hooked up and ready to go, while the color choice can be synchronized with compatible motherboards too.
  • The Eclipse G500A D-RGB Fanless incorporates the features of the fan filled version, but without the fans, and the G500A Performance model comes with 4x M25-140 black fans pre-installed and a white LED strip in the front.
Cool Decoration

M25 fans options with and without rgb

The pre-installed M25 fans are also available separately now. Following on from Phantek’s T30 range, the new M25 come in two distinct speeds: 1800 RPM for 140mm models, and 2000 RPM for 120mm model. Combine these with the accompanying D-RGB LED Strips and you’ll have a very merry festive season with all the RGB you can handle.

For a closer look at the Phantek Eclipse G500A and all the RGB on offer, check out the Phantek website now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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