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NZXT Phantom USB 3.0 Big Tower Chassis - White

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Technical Details
BrandNZXT
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions68.6 x 28.6 x 61 cm
Item model numberPHAN-001WT ; CS-NT-PHAN-W
Number of USB 2.0 Ports2
  
Additional Information
ASINB003WE9WQO
Best Sellers Rank 7,001 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 Kg
Date First Available30 Oct 2010
  
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NZXT Phantom Big-Tower USB 3.0 - white

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Expansion Bays:5 (total) / 5 (free) x front accessible - 5.25"¦ 7 (total) / 7 (free) x internal - 2.5" / 3.5" shared, Interfaces:2 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A ¦ 1 x audio - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ¦ 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5mm ¦ 1 x storage - eSATA - 7 pin external Serial ATA, Expansion Slot(s):7 Expansion Slot

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. Ambrose on 13 April 2011
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This tower is probably a "love it" or "hate it" piece of kit, but for me it's the absolute "dogs".
It's BIG. Which is a very good thing if you need the space inside. Loads of room for an AMD Radeon HD 6950 graphics card, and a SCYTHE Mugen II CPU cooler fits in even with a 200mm fan mounted in the side panel. The cable management is superb, all being behind the main unit, keeping airflow at a max.
It's WHITE (even inside). Fantastic, no more ****** black boxes. The design is, for me, superb, with various sloping faces, and black filter grids set into the white casing.
The fan controls, mounted on the top face are a great idea. If you are running Prime 95 or some such programme with your processor and RAM overclocked, you can tweak away with various fans to get the maximum cooling with the minimum noise.
With 5 x 5.25" bays, and enough 3.5" bays (7) to bankrupt you, you can expand until you run out of money. Also, the screwless drive bay system works very well on the 3.5 and the 5.25 bays, positive action, easy to use.
If you want to go for water cooling, the holes with grommets are already there.
It's HEAVY. 11kg before you start. Don't expect to run down the road with it under your arm when you have finished your build.

Downside - for me only one, and perhaps this was a one off. The main access panel on mine is VERY dificult to remove. I actually contacted the vendor to see if I was being stupid and had missed something, but no, he said it should just pull off. Well, mine doesn't, not unless you REALLY pull. And all this tugging and pulling has shown that the (powder?) coating on the main casing is very thin, and wears off very quickly. Not a problem if you're only in and out once or twice, but on a new build?
All in all though, I'm very very happy with the end result.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jon on 18 May 2011
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I bought this case because a friend advised it (And I loved the look of it) I had got the idea into my head that this case was perfect for enthusiasts and because of it's large size it would be great for going in and out changing HDD's and changing those tiny little details like wire placement.

The first thing I did when this case arrived was remove the extra HDD bay (Doesnt really serve a purpose unless you have an insane amount of HDD's) The screws to remove it are standard philips size and I had assumed it would be easy, oh I was very wrong!

First off, some of the screws were cross-threaded meaning any hope of getting the extra bay off by simply unscrewing was gone, I had to eventally pull it off. This ment that I got a tiny scratch (Pretty much inevitable) on the inside of the case, which revieled another slight issue. The paint is a very thin layer and the tiny scratch had already taken some paint off the interior which gave me a bit of a worry about future scratches, most importantly on the outside of the case.

The next problem was applying my 120mm fan to the front, I ended up sawing the edges off to apply the screws (Was pretty easy and only took a few mins, so I can't complain)

The only other problem was the side panel, it's not an easy slide off (Atleast not for me) it requires a little bit more effort involving pulling up&down, which really was disappointing for me especailly after I had payed more then double the usual amount I usually would for a case and wanted ease of access mixed with a beautiful looking case.

Pros:

Looks amazing
Quiet Stock Fans
Fan controller
Magnet Door for 5" drives
Dust filters

Cons:

fans seem like a problem to fit (after researching)
Removing the extra bay is problematic
Paint easy-ish to scratch off
Side panel isn't as easy as the standard slide off
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nick R on 16 July 2011
I was so pleased when this arrived, it was dispatched quickly, arrived just as fast and it is the best case I have ever had. Even with a quad-core gaming rig inside, underload the temperature never goes above 45 degrees and that is with the fans running at their slowest speed.

Aamzing case, I don't see why you would buy any other (apart from the price) because it stays so cool, has so much room for expansion and it is truly a future proof case
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LukeD1357 on 27 Jun 2012
The case, first off, was very well packaged with a soft foam that was plenty thick to take a beating, so the unit itself was in mint condition. I started by putting my power supply in it, and encountered a problem, where the power lead plugs into was in a very awkward position and it wouldn't fit in, so i had to cut a small piece of plastic off of my power supply to get it to fit, but that's only because I have a cheap power supply at the moment, I'm sure higher quality power supplies have better placement of things like this. The case is absolutely huge! Never seen a case quite like it. It was a joy to use, everything fit with plenty of room, no reaching around awkward corners or anything. The tool-less drive mounting worked a treat, only took 10 seconds to get the hard drive in.

Another small niggle I had with it, was one of the motherboard stand-offs was damaged and the screw wouldn't fit in it properly, but I have plenty of spares so this wasn't a problem, was just slightly annoying after I had put the whole motherboard in and this was the last screw. The cable management section has plenty of room for all the cables, and they even supply zip ties (although I only had to use 2 they do give you around 8), but because of my cheap power supply the cables are very short meaning I had to plug the 8 pin motherboard connecter in, not using the cable management grommets, and it still only just fit, but this shouldn't affect air flow too much. The included fans are well built and sturdy, quiet and definately move a lot of air.

The only 2 fans that need to be connected to the fan controller are the two on the side panel but it doesn't take much to work out where to plug them into. So overall a superb case, but with a few TINY problems, but that definately shouldn't warrant it being dropped a star, would definately recommend to anyone!
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