NZXT Phantom 410 Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅01-12-11

The front of Phantom 410 is almost identical to that of the original Phantom. The lower section has an extended region with mesh grill. Behind this grill is a 120mm intake fan. Further up there is a compartment marked out; this opens out to reveal the 5.25 bays.

Around the back there is an opening at the bottom of the case for mounting the PSU. Above this there are 7x PCI expansion slot covers each with ventilation holes. Beside this are 2x circular rubber grommets for water-cooling tubes and a mesh grill immediately below. Phantom 410 has a 120mm rear exhaust fan.

The front and back of Phantom 410

As mentioned previously Phantom 410 has a door that opens out. To open this door the middle of the black strip that runs along the edge just needs to be pressed in. Upon opening the door there are 3x 5.25 drive bay covers. These covers can be removed from the outside of the case, as you can see from the below picture there are quick release catches to achieve this.

A door covering the 3x5.25 drive bays

Front panel controls on Phantom 410 are separated into two sections, on the right side there are:

Headphone and Microphone jack
2x USB 2.0 ports
2x USB 3.0 ports
3-speed Fan Controller

Whilst on the left side there are:

Reset / Power buttons
Activity / Power LEDs

Front panel controls include a fan controller and USB 3.0

Power/Reset buttons are on the other side

Over the page we will continue our tour of the exterior.

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