Reviews, reviews, reviews...

9.4 out of 10

Nzxt Phantom 410

Clearance for top 240mm dual radiator for water cooling soluti Read more

Great Deal: $99.89

Reviews and Problems with Nzxt Phantom 410

Showing 1-10 of 40
Overall 10

NZXT Case CA-PH410-G1 PHANTOM 410 ATX Mid Tower No Power Supply 3 / 0 / (6) Bay USB Gunmetal Steel Black

15 February 2014
Overall 9

NZXT Phantom 410 Gunmetal Edition Review

maximum pc
11 October 2012
  • Summary: We like the fan controller, but don’t dig the tangle of cables it requires. Our other gripe with the Phantom 410 is not unique to that case: It shares the Switch 810’s drive trays, which have the SSD mounting holes the wrong way around—annoying, but not fatal. At just $100 for a solid, great-looking case, this is a steal.
  • Pros: Great looking, great cooling, lots of fans.
  • Cons: Trays; tangle of cables.
  • Read full review

NZXT Phantom 410 Case

Ninja Lane
20 July 2012
  • Summary: To test the fit of the Phantom 410 we installed an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard with a Thermaltake Frio Advanced CPU cooler. The Frio Advanced heatsink is a larger unit measuring in at 130(L) x 130(H) x 25(W) mm.  As you can see the heatsink fits with room to spare even with the two fans still in place.
  • Pros: Beautiful finish inside and out, Outstanding cable management, Multiple cooling options, Near tool-less design, Fans are efficient and quiet, Included fan controller
  • Cons: No external 3.5" option, Heavy at 9 kg. (~20 lbs.), Left side hinged door
  • Read full review

Could NZXT's Phantom 410 Be The Best Mid-Tower Case Ever?

31 May 2012
  • Excerpt: NZXT recently sent us their NZXT Phantom 410 case . It is a mid-sized version of their famous and coveted Phantom chassis that features two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and dual audio jacks (headphone and mic) on top. If this wasn’t enough, the designers at NZXT put a fan speed control slider next to the ports on top that supports up to 30 W, which can be wired to several fans.
  • Read full review

NZXT Phantom 410 Special Edition Mid-Tower Case Review

Hi Tech Legion
15 May 2012
  • Summary: The NZXT Phantom 410 was an excellent performer in almost all aspects. The Phantom 410 SE had excellent airflow at all fan speeds and provided excellent thermal characteristics with minimal noise. Installation was smooth with only minor inconveniences and component space was abundant for a mid-tower. I started out with a different approach with the NZXT Phantom 410 Special Edition, and with good reason.
  • Pros: Outstanding Exterior Finish, Top LED Fan Provides Great In Case Glow, Clearance for multiple video cards longer than an HD6990, Tool-less PCI-E and 5.25” drive mounting, Three fans pre-installed with built-in 3-step fan controller, 240/280mm radiator mounting support at the top, Five more additional fan mounting options, 19-pin USB 3.0 header, Clearly labeled accessories, Large CPU heatsink backplate cutout, Bottom mounted power supply with removable dust filter, High...
  • Cons: No dust filters for the front intake and side panels, Rubber grommets for cable routing come off easily, Drive caddy design obstructs 90 degree power and SATA cables when a 2.5" drive is installed, Fan Controller Leaves Behind A Glut of Wires If You Are Not Using It
  • Read full review

NZXT Phantom 410 Mid-Tower Chassis

7 May 2012
  • Summary: I began my build by installing my CPU and heatsink before I installed the motherboard.  Even though the NZXT Phantom 410 has a large hole in the motherboard tray to facilitate installation of after-market heat sinks, I still find it much easier to install these before dropping the board in the case.   Next, I located the motherboard stand-offs and installed them with the thumbscrew adapter.   After that I installed the motherboard I/O plate and the motherboard.
  • Read full review

NZXT Phantom 410

Metku Mods
2 April 2012
  • Conclusion: The original Phantom was a highly awarded case and it was a logical move for NZXT to make a smaller version of this popular case. The newcomer features the same, very unique and cool looks, packs a LOT of optional cooling and can also take all the longest graphic cards. The most obvious downside of the Phantom 410 is the lack of dust filters.
  • Pros: Unique looks, Fan controller, Lots of optional cooling
  • Cons: No dust filters, A bit 'plasticky', Small frame
  • Read full review

NZXT Phantom 410 Mid Tower Chassis Review

24 March 2012
  • Conclusion: If you haven’t already heard of the insanely popular NZXT Phantom , then we have to query where you have been for the past year! Just in case you have been away from the computing scene for over a year, we will give you a short breakdown of the success of the legendary NZXT Phantom. Released 12 months ago, the Phantom was one of the first full tower cases to inspire a new design trend.
  • Read full review
Overall 10

NZXT Phantom 410 Review (Hardware)

Gamers Daily News
9 March 2012
  • Summary: If you are looking for a great case that will last you a lifetime, then I suggest that you give the Phantom 410 a look. The Phantom 410 will be a great case for liquid cooling enthusiast and amateur builders alike.
  • Read full review
Overall 8

NZXT Phantom 410 Special Edition Case Video Review

21 February 2012
  • Summary: The NZXT Phantom 410 Special Edition Case is available in Black with Orange Trim, Black with White Trim, White with Blue Trim, and a surprise Gunmetal black edition with a gunmetal interior and exterior matte finish. It looks sexy, but is smart as well! This case has lots of drive bays, fans, cable management, cooler hole, tool-less design and is available in three different colors. If you in the market for something different I'd take a look at this case.
  • Read full review
Next page >>