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Old 26-07-2017, 05:37 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Phanteks Evolv Shift, Shift X, Eclispe P300 and Halos 120mm RGB Fan Frames

Check out this overview of the Evolv Shift and Shift X. Crafted for flexibility and convenience, fine-tuned for high performance, designed for water cooling. Shift to anywhere, anytime.

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Old 26-07-2017, 08:20 PM   #3
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Whens the local availability and pricing on these?
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Old 26-07-2017, 09:09 PM   #4
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Youtube got review liao.

The PCI-E ribbon for GPU, sadly, you cannot have the fans facing out, mean you need to have a very chio backplate on your gpu.
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Old 26-07-2017, 11:45 PM   #5
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I feel it's overly complicated
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Old 27-07-2017, 01:11 PM   #6
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My thoughts after seeing reviews

Pros:

Great looking case
Nice build quality
Good Price
Limited liquid cooling support

Cons:

PCIE cable being too short to mount GPU shroud facing outwards...a fatal flaw
Ridiculously large for an ITX case
You have to be super careful choosing 120mm radiators if running 2 of them or they may not fit (say one for CPU, another for GPU)
A lot of wasted space at the bottom of the case if not using liquid cooling, or just one radiator
Max 2 slot width for GPU and
if installed with fans facing outwards, GPU thermals gonna be really bad because it sits right next to the glass side panel
I personally don't like the cable routing on the case, find it messy, but others may be ok with it

I think it would be a great case for someone running a slim 120mm AIO on the CPU which allows another slim 120mm AIO on the GPU but for those running single radiators or an air cooled AIB GPU...I think there are better options unless you like the specific look/quality of this case

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I feel the gpu mounting is design this way. If it face outward, it is fighting for air as the clearance between the gpu shroud and glass are too close.

If it face inward, from the video, part of the fans on the gpu are able to suck in cool air from the bottom mounting fan.
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I feel the gpu mounting is design this way. If it face outward, it is fighting for air as the clearance between the gpu shroud and glass are too close.

If it face inward, from the video, part of the fans on the gpu are able to suck in cool air from the bottom mounting fan.
Seems designed for reference cooler designs only
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Old 27-07-2017, 05:21 PM   #9
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In a way yes, cool air are been suck in from the below and exhaust out to the top.

That also mean, if you put the rad there, your GPU will be sucking in the hot air from the rad.
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AMD Mini PC - Vega 64 Liquid + Ryzen 1700X using Phanteks Shift!

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Enthoo Evolv Shift, Shift X and Eclispe P300 have just arrived at our port. Should be available in SLS by this Thursday evening.

Enthoo Evolv Shift @ SRP $169
http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Evolv-Shift.html

Enthoo Evolv Shift X @ SRP $249
http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Evolv-Shift-X.html

Eclispe P300 Tempered Glass @ SRP $99

Halos 120mm RGB Fan Frames @ SRP $22.90
http://www.phanteks.com/Halos.html
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cant find any spec on the P300 online, what board does it support, height, width, depth?
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cant find any spec on the P300 online, what board does it support, height, width, depth?
I can't find the details too. They should be updating their website soon.
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I can't find the details too. They should be updating their website soon.
The case look good. But no reviews at all. Strange
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