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Phantom club

Discussion in 'NZXT' started by Aruffell, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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    Just interested really as to who has a Phantom, as it's quite a different looking case to the norm.

    Interested in what everyone else thinks of the Phantom and what theirs look like if they have one.

    Andy
     
  2. lucas4

    lucas4 Extreme Edition

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    love mine :D!

    Good: very, very spacious. excellent cable management options and the rear is very roomy. I now have a spring loaded door on the rear :p! looks amazing! fits massive coolers. easy to work with.
    Bad: HDD mounting is ridiculously awkward. my left side panel is very hard to get on and screw in place and so are pci expansion cards :/!

    overall a great case tho :)!
    thanks :)!

    Pictures by lucas4ovwales - Photobucket
     
  3. gaetan

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    I have to say, even if I don't have one, it really looks amazing, I don't know about practicality though
     
  4. iceman

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    I have one, I think it is amazing, it looks great.

    There are many benefits to having one, very spacious, easy cable management, tool-less case if you want it to be, fan contoller is simple and easy to use.

    The main problem I have found is that when mounting SSD's the fittings on the case don't really work you have to modify them yourself.
    Also when purchasing more 200mm fans for the case, you will find out that none of them fit apart from NZXT fans, they are about 193mm not 200mm which can be annoying seeing as there are only 2 different NZXT fans, a plain one and a red LED one, great considering you get a blue LED fan with the case.
     
  5. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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    Iceman, where's the pictures then :D

    Thread is useless without pics tbh :)

    Andy
     
  6. iceman

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    20120809_174551.jpg 20120518_004430.jpg

    There we go haha
     
  7. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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  8. Emanuel Pereira

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    So nice
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  9. Flynn Greenberg

    Flynn Greenberg Moderator Forum Mod

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    Phantom 410 red unmodded for now as i am learning on old cases that i dont care about View attachment 9341

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  10. ferta_32

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  11. Daniel Pettinger

    Daniel Pettinger New Member

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    I know it's an old thread but I love my Phantom. Not sure what the specific model is, but it's one of the original red cases.

    View attachment 9437
     
  12. mrnikhil_sudo

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    Your link seems to be broken

    Sent from my MB526 using Tapatalk 2
     
  13. Gurtej Singh

    Gurtej Singh Well-Known Member

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    I Don't have a Phantom But its looks are stunning
     
  14. NZXT Support

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    You'll have to fix that then. :D
     

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