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Lots of optional cooling.
Clearance for multiple video cards longer than an HD6990.
Toolless PCIE and 5.25” drive mounting.
Three fans preinstalled with builtin 3step fan controller.
240/280mm radiator mounting support at the top.
Five more additional fan mounting options.
Good wire management.
No dust filters.
A bit 'plasticky'.
Rubber grommets for cable routing come off easily.
Obstructs 90 degree power and SATA cables when an SSD drive is installed.
Couple sharp edges.
Not the Most Spacious Interior Ever.
LEDs embedded in fan.
By Maximum PC on October 11, 2012
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...90
By XtremeComputing on August 30, 2012
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 Pureoverclock on June 20, 2012
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 May 31, 2012
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 May 15, 2012
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 May 15, 2012
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 BCCHardware on May 06, 2012
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...93
By Overclock3D on April 30, 2012
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...83
By Metku.net on April 02, 2012
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 March 27, 2012
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...80