Alright, let's get this show on the road. First off, packaging, so you know what to look for in the stores of course.
The Phantom is packaged in two Styrofoam blocks and protected with plastic stickers and a plastic bag preventing it from damage during transport.
Here we have the product unpacked, don't let the photo fool you... it is a big chassis. So big that we had to take a lot of distance. The product is a full tower and has dimensions of 222 x 540 X 623 mm.
Front side perspective, you'll spot a door with behind it access for the ODDs, nicely meshed. You'll have access to five external 5.25" drive bays all based on a screw less rail design. But let's zoom in at the top.
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