NZXT Phantom 410 Case

NZXT Phantom 410
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5.25″ devices are secured with easy “clip-on” rubber holders. Just pull the rubber out, push the drive in, and secure the rubber using the lever using the small button seen in the picture.

NZXT Phantom 410
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There is enough space between the motherboard trail and side panel for you to put your cables. Also, there’s quite a large open space where the motherboards CPU-socket would be. This makes it possible to easily install a cooler which requires you, in normal circumstances, to remove the motherboard from the case. With Phantom 410 the open space gives you an easy access to the motherboard.

NZXT Phantom 410
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Most of the cable pass-throughs are covered with rubber protectors. This way your cables will not get in contact with the possible sharp edges in the case. However, the rubber protectors tend to get out of their places easily and you have to refit them in to position couple times during the installation. After your computer is all set though, it is unlikely that the rubbers will get out of place.

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The backside of the case has a slot for a single 120mm fan (provided with the case) and the roof of the case has a spot for two 140mm fans (also compatible with 120mm fans). NZXT Phantom 410 comes with one 140mm pre-installed fan on the roof.

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