Gamers Nexus | Cringy Waifu Computer Case from AliExpress: Phanteks P400W + Ningmei Case Review

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In this video, we’re looking at another of the huge wave of pink-themed computer components: The Phanteks & Ningmei collaboration forming the P416TG-PK, or what we’re calling the “P400 Waifu.”
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In this video, we regret to inform you that we are reviewing the Phanteks P400 again — except it’s different this time, now pink and accompanied by a sticker anime mascot on the front panel. This follows-up the Yeston Cute Pet case review that we did previously, and seems to be genuinely indicative of a growing market in Asia. We’re hopeful that other companies eventually start trying different styles — not just all pink, either, mind you — and maybe attempt partnerships with more games or other forms of media. There’s so much more out there that can be done with cases other than just black-and-gamer, and even though this particular spin is one part cringe, it’s also one part different, and it gets credit for that.

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TIMESTAMPS

00:00 – Actually A Huge Market
01:49 – Cringy Things We’ve Stood Next to on Camera
02:40 – Old Stock Phanteks P400
03:58 – The Reason This Exists
06:35 – Actual Ties to Phanteks
08:21 – Build Quality & Design
13:08 – CPU Thermals (& the Incinerator P400)
14:41 – GPU Thermals
16:08 – Standardized Fan Thermals
17:22 – Noise Normalized Thermals
18:00 – Conclusion: Custom Case Market Will Grow

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Host, Additional Reporting: Steve Burke
Editorial, Testing: Patrick Lathan
Video: Keegan Gallick, Andrew Coleman

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