Most CPU’s include a stock air cooler. While this type of cooling is satisfactory for casual PC users. We recommend gamers and advance users to upgrade to aftermarket air coolers that provide higher cooling efficiency. These air coolers provide improved performance by using copper base plates and high-performance fans to spread heat through pipes
The Phanteks Eclipse P400S is aimed towards people who are looking at building their first PC in a simple yet beautiful ATX chassis. It includes a large side panel window, RGB capable LED lighting, a fan controller, and sound dampening material on both side panels, the top ventilation covers, and the front panel to keep the system running as quiet as possible. The Eclipse P400S comes with two 120mm fans; one pre-installed at the rear and the other pre-installed at the front. Water cooling is possible with support for a 240mm, 280mm, or a 360mm radiator at the front of the case. It comes in three color variants: Satin Black, Anthracite Grey and Glacier White. Here at Benchmark Reviews, we will be taking a look at the Eclipse P400S in Satin Black. Let’s run through a quick overview of what this case has to offer.
Ever since the NZXT S340 Elite was unveiled last month, builders have been wondering what makes this case different from the original design. It’s pretty easy to see the similarities between the two cases because the S340 Elite carries over a lot of the same features that are popular from the original NZXT S340 design. But if you’re wondering what the differences are, this blog post is for you!