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Very solid build quality.
Given plastic-and-steel design.
All-in-one fan controller.
Hidden bays for SSDs.
Rear port/slot illumination built into case.
Excellent white with black racing stripes design.
80Plus Gold efficiency.
Full modular design.
Strong single +12v rail.
Plenty of modular cables.
Room for up to 8 hard drives.
Lots of room inside & behind the motherboard tray.
Supports XLATX motherboards.
4 included fans.
Heavy, even for this class of case.
Still using the cheap hard drive cages.
Top routing holes are small for the CPU power cable.
Flimsy drive sleds.
Could use a top mounted carrying handle.
Takes up a lot of room on your desk.
Must remove front panel to clean its dust filter, which means removing any 5.25" devices first.
Fragile drive trays.
Upandover cable routing is tight.
Phantom 820 is available for £30 more.
Flimsy hard drive trays.
No more thumb screws on the motherboard expansion bay.
No HPTX support.
By itreviews.com on September 13, 2013
The NZXT Phantom 630 is a great PC case for anyone needing a full-size...80
By Kitguru.net on June 14, 2013
With strong cooling performance, excellent cable management, and a very flexible internal layout, NZXT’s Phantom 630 is a worthy addition to the well-respected Phantom...85
By Computer Shopper on May 28, 2013
The Phantom 630 is a slick, modern full-tower case that will please enthusiasts looking for expansion space now and in the future. A slight premium price buys PC builders plenty of perks....80
By uk.hardware.info on April 05, 2013
The NZXT Phantom 630 is big in terms of quality, features, size, performance and pricing. We were very impressed by this chassis, but should mention that you can get equal quality for a lower price, as long as you don't want to use an XL-ATX...-
By Expert Reviews on March 31, 2013
A customisable case with superb build quality, but only suitable for the most ambitious PC builds...80
By FutureLooks on March 31, 2013
– NZXT HALE90 V2 1000W Power SupplyAs for the NZXT HALE90 V2 1000 80Plus Gold efficient power supply. The unit continued to crank out all 1000 watts whenever pushed and it provides the required voltage levels required by the individual rails...88
By Hardware Canucks on March 04, 2013
NZXT’s Phantom series is both popular and polarizing but there’s no denying these cases are also well designed. The latest iteration, the Phantom 630, incorporates the DNA of past designs but does so at a lower price point, making it...-
By ThinkComputers on February 25, 2013
As I said earlier I was a bit surprised to see NZXT release another Phantom case at CES. This release came only months after the Phantom 820 release. If you just look at the numbering at price you may think that the Phantom 630 is just a stipped...90
By TweakTown on February 14, 2013
Okay, I think I will start by covering the "wow factor". In the Phantom 630, there are quite a few things that fit this category. Outside, you have the aesthetics that most people are used to, but with it being ever so slightly refined, and to me,...96
By Benchmark Reviews on February 05, 2013
Computer cases are one of the few areas in which an enthusiast can "put their mark" on a system. There's a tsunami of innovation and refinement in case design these days, and just when you thought you'd seen everything it was possible to do with...89