NZXT Phantom 410 Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅01-12-11

As is typical nowadays, the side panels on Phantom 410 are secured via 2x thumbscrews on either side. When removed, the side panels reveal a well laid out interior with cable management cut-outs, plenty of cooling fans and tool-less design mechanisms throughout. Fans and other elements have been given the black/white contrast to give Phantom 410 a professional look.

On the reverse the HDD section has various trays for attaching drives and is accessed from this side.

A roomy mid-tower with black/white internals

Cable management cut-outs and HDD access on reverse

Moving inside Phantom 410 the PSU seating area has the rubber pads for preventing vibration and reducing scratching. As we saw in the previous section, the underside of the PSU area does have a filter but the case must be flipped over to access this. Next to the PSU area is another mesh grill for attaching an additional 120mm fan for increased airflow.

PSU mounting area has anti-vibration pads

Over the page we will continue our tour of the internal aspects of Phantom 410.

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