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NZXT Phantom 410 Case


The case market is constantly being bombarded with low quality cases, whether they are poorly made, don’t function well, or just look terrible. So it was refreshing when we were able to work wit NZXT’s Phantom back in July 2010. The Phantom received excellent reviews across the board from many review sites, including ours. So when we heard that NZXT was releasing a mid-tower version of the Phantom, the Phantom 410, we were very interested. Read on to find out if it will follow in its big brother’s footsteps and make for a great case in a smaller package, or if it will struggle to live up to the expectations.

NZXT’s Take

NZXT introduces the next descendant of the revolutionary Phantom, the Phantom 410. The beautiful and sleek Phantom design set the trend of all white chassis and idealized optimal expansion and cooling. In comparison to its predecessor, the Phantom 410 delivers more value for every dollar spent and possesses an acrylic window that allows gamers to admire the power of their rig. 

The Phantom 410 features an innovative right mounted HDD rails, a solution for easy hard drive replacement. This mid tower comes equipped with a dual radiator water cooling solution with a clearance of 30mm, an interior pivot 120mm/140mm fan slot, the capability of installing up to 8 fans, and a single 30W fan control. The Phantom comes with up-to-date internal 2x USB 3.0 headers that directly connect to the motherboard. Be the envy of all PC gamers – the Phantom 410 is bringing sexy back.


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