NZXT Phantom 410

  • NZXT Phantom 410
86
Based on 14 scores, 49 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Unique looks.
  • Fan controller.
  • Lots of optional cooling.

Cons:

  • No dust filters.
  • A bit 'plasticky'.

Expert reviews and ratings

By micromart.co.uk on 70

INZXT describes its Phantom 410 model as a 'Crafted Mid Tower Chassis'. There's no denying it's a mid-tower design, since it accommodates an ATX motherboard and has seven expansion slots. That puts it plumb in the mainstream, but there's the fact that it...

By Maximum PC on 90

The Phantom 410 inherits the good looks of its full-tower predecessor but adds some tweaks of its own. It’s a great-looking case in any color (we’ve used white and red for builds), but the gunmetal gray is spectacular. The paint is thick and...

By XtremeComputing on -

Despite the ultra-modern styling and some very impressive features the Phantom 410 falls slightly short of being perfect. The HDD tray design is a huge mistake, although word in the NZXT grape vine suggests that the revised trays used in the Switch...

By hardwareasylum.com on -

To test the fit of the Phantom 410 we installed an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard with a Thermaltake Frio Advanced CPU cooler. The Frio Advanced heatsink is a larger unit measuring in at 130(L) x 130(H) x 25(W) mm. As you can see the heatsink fits...

By Pureoverclock on -

If I were to compare the NZXT Phantom full tower to this new arrival of the NZXT Phantom 410 Mid-Tower, I would have to say that NZXT has set the bar high by introducing into their latest line of cases both a higher standard of quality not normally...

By Bright Side of News on -

Overall we were both thoroughly impressed with the changes NZXT have implemented. The Phantom 410 has a sleek look and an abundance of features without going overboard. The NZXT Phantom 410 is without a doubt our favorite mid-tower case to build in...

By The Best Case Scenario on -

The Phantom 410 from NZXT is a great feature-packed midtower case. It has a lot of features that are both common and uncommon. The SE variant offers unique color schemes and the fact that they reached out to their facebook user base to help pick them...

By Hi Tech Legion on -

I started out with a different approach with the NZXT Phantom 410 Special Edition, and with good reason. We had reviewed the Phantom 410 previously, so I pretty much knew what I was getting into, as far as the mechanics of the case went. The Phantom...

By uk.hardware.info on -

Computer cases still get plenty of attention from both industry and consumers. Other PC product areas are steadily shrinking, but new brands of computer cases still regularly appear. The result is that you still see innovation in this area. Especially...

By overclockers.com on -

I would love to love this case. It has most of what I ask for in an air-cooled case : It's wide enough It is free of fan grills at the top It has room for two fans at the top so the forward top position can be used for air intake There is a...

By BCCHardware on 93

I found the build quality of the Phantom 410 to be great. It is constructed of high quality materials - even the plastic parts don't feel cheap. The flawless finish inside and out is great, but is somewhat of a dust and fingerprint magnet. My...

By Overclock3D on 83

The Phantom 410 has actually been around for a litle while now, and I guess is one of those "Marmite" cases you either do or don't like the looks of. Having not seen an example of the case in the flesh here at OC3D towers before the release of the...

By custompcreview.com on -

Starting with the aesthetics, the Phantom 410 like the NZXT Phantom, will probably be a love-hate thing for most people. For some, you'll probably hate it. The plastic cover up front along with the futuristic styling may seem like something more fit for...

By Metku.net on -

The original Phantom was a highly awarded case and it was a logical move for NZXT to make a smaller version of this popular case. The newcomer features the same, very unique and cool looks, packs a LOT of optional cooling and can also take all the...

By Kitguru.net on 80

The NZXT Phantom 410 has been on the market now for many months but today we are looking at a special coloured version of the case. NZXT have decided to re-release this popular case in duotone colours – Black/Orange, Black/White and White/Blue. We...

By Pro-Clockers on -

The Phantom 410 is a very nice case and measures up well to that of the bigger brother. Someone looking for a well planned out case, one that offers all the necessities to build a great rig would be pleased with the Phantom 410. And to top it off you...

By Gamers Daily News on 95

I am PC gamer through and through, and I love building PCs for my friends who are wanting to join in the PC clan. In the past 18 months, I have built over a dozen gaming PCs and well over half of those were in various NZXT cases (Apollo, M59, H2,...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Radical looks and decent cooling, but there are better cases out there for the same money...

By Hi Tech Legion on -

The original NZXT Phantom full-tower case set the bar quite high and introduced a new standard of quality, compared to previously seen NZXT cases. In order to improve upon this design, NZXT kept their ears open to suggestions from fans and it...

By FutureLooks on 88

In terms of design, I have yet to meet anyone who doesn’t like the elegant curves of Phantom. However, quite a few users wanted a smaller case with a window to show off their elite components yet with nearly, if not all of the features in the original...