NZXT Phantom 410 "Gun Metal" Edition Review
Up Close: Stripped down
The front and roof sections of the outer case are plastic and are secured by means of simple clips. They are both easily removed by pulling them firmly away from the case itself. They come away cleanly with no trailing wires to worry about as all electronics and I/O connections are mounted to the case itself. Taking the front off the case allows us to access the front fan area. NZXT have fitted the case with a single 120mm fan leaving space above for an additional 120mm unit. Alternatively a single 140mm fan can be fitted centrally.
Removing the top of the case allows us to access the front I/O area. Both sides of the I/O area are simple modular units that are either clipped or screwed to the body of the case. making removal easy should you wish to strip the case down for spraying (not that you'd want to with such a lovely paint job.
Finally we look at the rear and roof fan mount area fan mount area. Again we see NZXT have been generous and included a 120mm in the rear and a 140mm white LED in the roof, making that a total of 4 inclusive fans. This roof area is also able to accept an additional 140mm fan or a total of 2x120mm fans. For fans of all things wet you'll be delighted to know it's also possible to fit a slim 120.2 or 140.2 radiator up here as the inter-fan holes have the correct requisite spacings.