NZXT Phantom 630 review -
When we flip the chassis on its side we see that the bottom has rubber grips which keep the case from sliding around and of course help to prevent resonating noises and thus dampen noise levels. The PSU fan area has a separate dust filter.
Mind you that the dust filters are easy to clean. Just pull em out, clean em out and insert it again -- handy for simple maintenance.
When we pop out the fairly thick side panel (secured with two thumbscrews) we spot a big 200mm fan and a meshed ventilation hole towards the mid back that covers the processor area.
Once we open up the chassis we get a better idea of what it is all about. Big, spacious, clean looks, a nice amount of rubberized grommet holes for cable routing, mainboard tray cutout... nice. We also see a pivoting fan mount which you can install a fan on and have it blow air over the graphics card(s).
But let's talk storage in the form of HDDs and SSDs. The Phantom 630 has removable HDD cage and large storage capacity for hard drives. The chassis can carry six internal 3.5" and at the motherboard back tray 2.5" storage devices (we'll show you that later). The NZXT Phantom 630 has support for a 3x120 radiator, a 2x120 radiator and all hard drive bays are interchangeable and fully-modular. There are 140mm mounts as well.
All 3.5" devices can be installed tool free, you simply use a plastic tray and rubber grips for the HDDs. Once seated, you simply slide it. Obviously you'll need to route cabling like SATA and power connectors to and through the backside.
We review the NZXT Phantom 630 Full tower PC chassis. Definitely gorgeous in many ways as the design is prolonging in what we have seen in the past year or two when NZXT released their first phantom chassis.
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We test and review the NZXT Phantom 820. Absolutely stunning in many ways as the design is simply great, the features are grand and then the extras still need to kick in. What about a fan controller connected to a plethora of pre-equipped fans
NZXT Phantom review
We review the NZXT Phantom. Absolutely stunning in many ways as the design is simply great, the features are grand and then the extras still need to kick in. What about a 5-fold fan controller connected to a plethora of pre-equipped fans? Yep, a fan controller in the chassis, something we have been requesting for years. The NZXT Phantom is a full tower case with an excess of room for just about anything you'd like to install in there.