Cabling then, it's nicely tied together and packaged. It's merely a small detail to show, but if a manufacturer takes good care of every little detail, then you know you have a great product at hand. All cabling is done nicely in black not distorting the two color tone white edition of the Phantom 630 series. The Phantom 630 front panel comes factory wired, this is of course to provide you with all the connections required for the fan controller, SD card reader and I/O ports .
At the bottom side we see the PSU mount, the six washers are rubberized to prevent it from resonating. That's a key factor I should name, the chassis really is nice and silent.
Top inner side of the chassis then, first off, everything is nicely white inside with black accents. This makes the chassis a great looking build. But what we like to mention is that there are multiple fans. To the top left we spot a 140mm and 200mm case fan that both function as exhausts for warm air. Push the envelope and utilize liquid cooling systems that feature a push-pull configuration with top 120/140/240/280/360mm radiators up to 60mm thickness.
Here again you can also see rubber grommet holes where you can route your cabling through, there is plenty of room behind the motherboard tray for your cabling. We'll show you the backside on the next page though. The Phantom 630 supports up-to XL-ATX motherboards and that means it needs to support a whole lot of expansion card slots as well, nine to be precise. Nine expansion slots also allow you to configure four dual-slot graphics cards.
Have a peek at the CPU back plate cutout. The space in-between the motherboard tray and backside panel is roughly 2 CM deep, so you have enough space to work with for your cabling behind the motherboard tray. The CPU back plate cutout is there obviously for CPU coolers, if you need to swap one this helps you from having to take the motherboard out of the chassis.
At the front and top side you'll have mounts for dual 120, 140 and or a single 200mm fan. At the rear 120/140mm mounts which is similar to the two front side mounts.
Here you can see that in front of the HDD cage, a 200mm fan is installed. The three compartment HDD bays itself can be fairly easily removed.
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