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NZXT Phantom 410 Case

Key Features

  • Clearance for top 240mm dual radiator for water cooling solutions
  • Adjustable interior pivot 120mm/140mm fan slot for directional air flow
  • Removable HDD cage to allow more room for extended video cards
  • Innovative right mounted HDD rails for easy hard drive replacement
  • Single 120mm/140mm side fan with acrylic window for interior viewing and cooling
  • Front Internal 2x USB 3.0 headers, 2x USB 2.0, audio and microphone input
  • 30W 3-step fan control for setting up your system for silence or performance
  • Wire management support up to 25mm space for easy cable management
  • Screw-less 5.25” and HDD trays that secures 2.5” SSD
  • Cooling capability of up to eight fans (2x 120mm and 1x 140mm LED fan included)

Specifications

Model Phantom 410
Case Type Mid Tower Steel
Front Panel Material Plastic
Dimensions (WxHxD) 215 x 516 x 532 mm
VGA Clearance Maximum 305mm (w/o fan), 280mm (installed), 230mm (full pivot)
Cooling System Front, 2x120mm or 1 X 140mm (1x120mm included)
Rear, 1 X 120mm (included)
Side, 1 x 120mm or 1 x 140mm
Top, 2 X 120/140mm (1 x 140mm included)
Drive Bays 3 External 5.25″ Drive Bays
6 Internal 3.5″ Slots
Screwless Rail Design
Material(s) Steel
Expansion Slots 7
Weight 9 kg
Motherboard Support ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX

 

Packaging

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The Phantom 410′s box is nothing too exciting. On the front is just a picture of the case, with the sides and back listing specs and features with a few more detailed pictures. The case itself is packaged in the standard styrofoam and plastic bag.

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