GAMEMAX Eclipse Tempered Glass RGB Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 10 months ago
A Closer Look – Exterior
With three tempered glass panels, one on the left and right sides, as well as one on the front, the Eclipse certainly makes an impression. You can see right through the chassis, and all your components will be blatantly on display. That’s not to everyone’s taste, but if you’re building a great looking system and you’re eager to show it off, this is perfect.
The chassis features a four-part front panel design too. There are three metal fins that cover the edges, with the fourth layer being the glass on the front. It’s a really open looking design and great for airflow.
The front panel looks a bit darker and more mirror-like with the power off, as there’s some black painted metal behind it, as well as the fans.
However, don’t expect it to stay dark for long, as with three 120mm RGB fans hiding behind it, it’s sure to be a wall of colourful light when you power on your system. Again, with all this glass, the Eclipse should light up pretty bright.
Down the right side, more of that lovely tinted glass. You best be top of your game when it comes to cable routing, as it’ll be easy to see here. Of course, you could always be lazy and put this side against a wall or your desk.
The back of the chassis is pretty undramatic, with a 120mm fan mount, seven expansion slots, and the PSU mount. It’s nothing exciting, but it’s everything you need.
The top panel is nicely designed, with a slim bezel surrounding a full-size magnetic dust filter. That’s a huge amount of filtering and airflow.
Underneath the cover, you’ll find both 120mm and 140mm fan spacing, with room for plenty of cooling hardware up in the top of the chassis.
On the base, you’ll find four nice quality feet with soft pads on their bases. There’s a dust filter for the PSU, keeping the airflow nice and clean, as well as a movable bracket for the HDD bays.