NZXT Phantom 410 "Gun Metal" Edition Review


NZXT Phantom 410



The Phantom 410 comes with the usual array of assorted screws required for mounting the various drives and devices.  Black motherboard standoffs are included and must be fitted prior to the build as none are mounted on the back plate at point of delivery.  NZXT have thoughtfully included a stand off adaptor spanner to make this task simpler.  NZXT have also added in a good hand full of cable ties and some longer screws to enable the mounting of a radiator in the roof.  A small leaflet giving info on other NZXT products can also be found in the accessories box 

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The multi language instructions themselves although clearly typed are not the most useful in the world as they are at best a bit vague and overarching at times.  Not a disaster by any means, but a bit of head scratching did result on several occasions as I tried to work out how various items came apart and went back together.

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30-04-2012, 05:03:16


NZXT have released some very special alternate colour versions of their classic Phantom 410 case. Here we take a look at the "Gun Metal" edition

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30-04-2012, 06:12:27

These cases do genuinely look really good, and I plan on getting one for my next build. It's nice to see some cable ties there too Quote

30-04-2012, 06:41:16

Great review, great case and amazing cable management! Thumbs up for you Gary.Quote

30-04-2012, 07:49:59

Awesome review, i'm loving the color of this case Quote

30-04-2012, 08:52:01

I have never been a fan of the phantom cases, but in that color it looks totally different. It looks really good.Quote

30-04-2012, 11:12:31

bought one to replace my old phantom. €140 with soun dampening is pretty good i guessQuote

30-04-2012, 12:06:25

Originally Posted by hmmblah View Post

I have never been a fan of the phantom cases, but in that color it looks totally different. It looks really good.
It is certainly one of those cases where you either like or you don't. Traditionally, I've been a very minimalist case type of person, but I can't help but love the Phantom line as it's just different without trying to be over-the top. There's a sleekness to it.

Good review, btw. Though, you really ought to try doing alloys of silver and gold. I hear that's what bitcoins are made from...Quote

30-04-2012, 13:42:27

Oh if only this case was a little taller! If you could fit a 60mm thick rad in the roof it would make it so much better! Furthermore, I'd love to see NZXT. bring out side panels with bigger windows.Quote

01-05-2012, 04:58:30

Yeah, shame it's not the window on the whole side panel. Mesh is meh...Quote

01-05-2012, 13:49:14

Like I say, there's always a dremel , but would have been nice to see a single large window.Quote

02-08-2013, 20:40:15

Is it possible to remove those black meshed plastic straps if I wanted to paint them?Quote

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