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Oh, I didn't say I didn't have systems with multiple drives - I have a dual Xeon server with 16 drives total and another server with 8 drives. My main system has several SSDs but only a single 3.5" 4 TB drive for "scratch" work. The point is that people complaining about this case are missing the point of the case - this is a compact case and would be decent for a portable gaming system or to fit in tight spaces. I mean, the title on Newegg's site is: "Phanteks Eclipse P350X PH-EC350PTG_DBK Black Steel / Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Compact EATX Mid-Tower, Tempered Glass, Digital RGB Computer Case."

Complaining that this case doesn't have enough space for X components is like considering a Toyota Corolla and complaining it doesn't have the hauling capacity of a Ford F350. You buy the right tool for the right job and if you need a compact case, this is worth looking at. I built a compact gaming system for LAN parties using a Riotoro CR1080 with only 2.5" drives and an nvme SSD, but I've been contemplating moving to this case for a little more room. Boo on Newegg for the MIR though.
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Nice case, nice post!
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Wow, I was interested till I saw it has jack shit for drive bays, wtf? This is pretty sad case. Where's all the 3.5s going up the front? What the hell is someone to do with only 2?
You're completely missing the point of this case - it is designed to be compact and yet have the capability to mount large radiators in the front. I don't even remember the last time I had more than a single 3.5" drive in my primary system.
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My HTPC (i5 ivy bridge) has 10 3.5" drives internal and another 4-drive JBOD box. My gaming PC (Ry1800x) has nine 3.5 internal drives plus the nvme m.2 boot drive. My video editing rig (TR 1950x) has six 3.5 drives plus two nvme m.2s (boot and scratch).

I've been looking for a case to do a portable-ish gaming rig I could use in the living room where I normally keep my laptop (SSD and second 2.5 spinner). But given my datahording habits, it too will have space for 3.5s. That is until 2.5 SSDs get closer to the $/gb pricing of spinners.
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Just moved my shop/workbench PC into this case. I'm very happy with it. It's very shallow for a full ATX case thanks to only having 2x3.5" bays in the basement.

Not water cooling it yet but it supports up to a 280mm AIO.
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Nothing like a lame mail in rebate to ruin an otherwise decent price. Newegg seems like the only retailer to regularly use these...just stop. It's been the sole reason Ive gone with different retailers.
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My HTPC (i5 ivy bridge) has 10 3.5" drives internal and another 4-drive JBOD box. My gaming PC (Ry1800x) has nine 3.5 internal drives plus the nvme m.2 boot drive. My video editing rig (TR 1950x) has six 3.5 drives plus two nvme m.2s (boot and scratch).

I've been looking for a case to do a portable-ish gaming rig I could use in the living room where I normally keep my laptop (SSD and second 2.5 spinner). But given my datahording habits, it too will have space for 3.5s. That is until 2.5 SSDs get closer to the $/gb pricing of spinners.
Oh, I didn't say I didn't have systems with multiple drives - I have a dual Xeon server with 16 drives total and another server with 8 drives. My main system has several SSDs but only a single 3.5" 4 TB drive for "scratch" work. The point is that people complaining about this case are missing the point of the case - this is a compact case and would be decent for a portable gaming system or to fit in tight spaces. I mean, the title on Newegg's site is: "Phanteks Eclipse P350X PH-EC350PTG_DBK Black Steel / Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Compact EATX Mid-Tower, Tempered Glass, Digital RGB Computer Case."

Complaining that this case doesn't have enough space for X components is like considering a Toyota Corolla and complaining it doesn't have the hauling capacity of a Ford F350. You buy the right tool for the right job and if you need a compact case, this is worth looking at. I built a compact gaming system for LAN parties using a Riotoro CR1080 with only 2.5" drives and an nvme SSD, but I've been contemplating moving to this case for a little more room. Boo on Newegg for the MIR though.
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Wow, I was interested till I saw it has jack shit for drive bays, wtf? This is pretty sad case. Where's all the 3.5s going up the front? What the hell is someone to do with only 2?
Most people don't need more than one 3.5 these day. Get a 8 TB and u r set for years.
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I never have more than 2-3TB drive (single) in any system, along with SSDs. The rest goes to external drives stored in safe and not very safe places, moving between systems as needed. Unless you are a professional with a huge collection of video/rawpics or something or a gamer who wants every single game in their library installed on their PC - most people can live with one 500GB SSD and a 2TB HDD plus external backup for pics.
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Not a good looking case imo. Yet its pretty compact and just fit my gaming rig perfectly. It has two3.5" bays in front and maybe 3 mounting places for SSD. I do corsair aio water cooler with 2 rads mounted in front with no problem. Btw the built in rainbow strips are really boring ( they are still, no movement at all like I had expected, just like stickers). Regarding asthetics view, this case sucks, I should have picked the nzxt h500 or h500i next time.
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Most people don't need more than one 3.5 these day. Get a 8 TB and u r set for years.
Yeah, that's not how HDDs work (unless you want to lose all the data like a noob) and I have a large NAS.
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