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5 Channel Fan Controller (20W Each).
Impressive Airflow (Space For 7 Fans).
USB 3.0 Connectivity.
Space For Top Radiator.
Built in Fan Controller.
Three Colors Available.
Four Fans included (3120mm, 1200mm).
Nicely executed fan control feature.
Outstanding fit and finish.
Amount Of Plastic Used.
7 PCI Expansion Slots.
Could use a large side panel fan.
No USB 3.0.
Needs a front fan.
Thinks it's a fulltower.
LEDs embedded in fan.
The toolless 5.25 inch system still not as good as screws.
Plastic may not be for everyone.
Black One Looks Like an Alienware Behemoth at First Glance.
By hardCOREware on May 02, 2012
s Let’s take one last look at a full Phantom 410 Gunmetal installation before coming to some conclusions: While I have a few minor complaints about the NZXT Phantom 410 Gunmetal, they are indeed minor and few in number. At $99 for such a well...
By Real World Labs on January 28, 2012
I had the chance to check out the original Phantom over a year ago at a friend’s house and i have to say that i was quite impressed with its design and spacious interior although i thought that NZXT used much plastic which granted looked good...
By Overclockers Club on December 29, 2011
Putting all the pink jokes aside this case was honestly too much fun to review. Hardware wasn’t too difficult to get in the case compared to most. Like I had mentioned before the only real issue I had was with the motherboard power connector not...
By Ninjalane on June 20, 2011
First impressions of any chassis tend to stick with you despite what you discover after opening the box. When we first saw this case we were very impressed with the artful styling and creative use of angles. It wasn't until we saw the case first...
By Icrontic on May 01, 2011
The NZXT Phantom sells for $139.99, but can often be found on sale for much less. (Editor note: There’s a promo code on Newegg right now for $20 off: NZXTAP20) The price is average among full tower cases, but given the build quality and thought...
By TweakNews on February 21, 2011
The more I played with the NZXT Phantom, the more I liked it. The white finish with its black accents really makes this case stand out from the crowd and the roomy interior was a joy to work in thanks to the excellent cable management. The case is...
By TechReaction.net on February 20, 2011
The NZXT Phantom has numerous great features to it, which will make this case stand out from the majority of the other cases on the market. The wire management was very well thought out and performed great in our tests keeping the case looking clean...
By Maximum PC on January 06, 2011
Imperial styling for Jawa prices The NZXT Phantom’s glossy white coat and angular black mesh set it apart from the crowd. The NZXT Phantom is gorgeous in a Dark Side kind of way—whether you opt for Darth Vader black, Imperial Guard red, or...
By Pro-Clockers on January 01, 2011
NZXT has placed a new standard on cases that fall into the mid-range price market. Over the last month or so we have seen the Phantom priced anywhere from $99 to $139. At the price it is hard for other cases to match what the Phantom offers. It all...
By Guru of 3D on November 24, 2010
NZXT has been around for years, building a reputation with their controversial chassis designs. It all really started with the Guardian chassis years ago and ever since they have put numerous chassis designs out on the market. One of the very latest...
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