At the top of Phantom 410 is a large perforated grill. The entire top fascia can be removed but 2x screws must be taken out first. On the underside of this panel is a 140mm LED cooling fan and there are placements for more cooling – we will take a closer look at this in the next section.
The top of Phantom 410
Lastly, the underside has 6x rubber pads for keeping the chassis from slipping if it is placed on a smooth surface and there is a thin air filter sheet on the underside of the PSU area – if you choose to mount the PSU with the fan facing downwards. This filter can only be removed by flipping the case on its side as pictured. Next to the PSU area is an area for mounting a 120mm fan for additional cooling. Also seen on the underside shot of Phantom 410 is the gap at the bottom of the front fascia – this allows you to pull the front cover away from the case.
The underside of Phantom 410
In the next section we will delve into the internal features of Phantom 410.