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First Look at NZXT’s Phantom



High Performance Cooling Advantages – Phantom’s extensive cooling capabilities include 7 fan cooling options with dual 200mm, single 230/200mm, triple 120mm, and front 140mm fans.For enhanced control and expandability, NZXT includes dual radiator support, quad watercooling cutouts, and an integrated fan controller with up to five 20W channels.

Simple Installation – Phantom celebrates an array of innovative features designed to enhance every stage of the build. Meticulous wire management is easily attainable with large spacing behind the motherboard. The innovative all-new 5.25” screwless rails make installing and swapping HDDs an effortless process. Rubber grommets dampens vibration during operation.

Additional Advanced Features – Further distinct features include an LED on/off button to control fan lighting, rubber PSU and case feet to reduce vibration, easily removable front and top panels, and top mounted USB, Audio/Mic, and E-SATA ports.

Extensive Compatibility and Expandability – Features support for larger heat sinks, graphics cards, and E-ATX motherboards enabling enthusiasts to include any of today’s hottest components. Vast space within the enclosure allows for 7 hard drives with SDD support and up to five 5.25” bays.


Motherboard E-ATX, ATX, Micro ATX, ITX
Dimensions 222mm (W) x 541.34mm (H) x 623.81mm (D)
Materials Black Painted Steel
Front Panel Materials Plastic/ Steel Mesh
Weight 11kg
I/O Ports 1x HD Audio/Mic, 2x USB 2.0, 1x eSATA
External 5.25” 5
Internal 3.5″ 7
Expansion Slots 7
Front Fan 1 x 140mm
Top 2 x 200mm (1 x Blue LED 200mm included)
Rear 1 x 120mm (included)
Side 1 x 200/230mm, 2 x 120mm (included)
VGA Support > 350 mm
CPU  Heatsink Support 180mm (w/o side 200/230mm fan)

This case is huge. The amount of internal room is remarkably impressive. In addition to the four fans that are included, you can increase the total number to 7. Not to mention the dual radiator support. A huge relief to anyone who has been paying attention to the size of video cards in the past two years, is that the case supports greater than 350mm length cards. When you consider the space necessities for some of these features alone the 11kg weight comes as no surprise.


Front of box Back of box

open box

Out of box

The box is very straightforward, you can see some stock photography of the three colors available. As far as the interior packaging nothing seems out of the ordinary, standard foam blocks and plastic bag. there is also protective film covering all the plastic exterior. I cant wait to see what this case has in store.

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11 Comments... What's your say?

  1. How is the white case lit up, is that a special edition, the black version doesn’t seem as bright. I think a feature like that should be highlighted.

  2. GOoooooooooooo NZXT Phantom Case My Choice


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