At the top side we spot quite a few things. To the left we spot that huge 200mm fan, we see power on/reset buttons. Then Frontpanel I/O with one eSATA, two USB 2.0 ports and headphone/mic connectors.
At the other side, all the way to the right, we see a nice fan controller (yay). You'll have access to five fan configurations allowing them to spin at your preferred RPM. This is a great feature.
The lid on top can come off, allowing you to access the fan locations more easily.
Looking at the backside we are once again impressed. At the rear of the Phantom we see openings for the I/O panel, power supply and seven expansion slots. Nearby to the I/O panel opening is a 120mm exhaust fan with four rubber grommet covered liquid cooling holes (for tubing). Fairly identical to most modern enthusiast cases, this is a power supply on the bottom layout.
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