Summary: I would recommend to someone expanding and looking for a clean looking case for easy access.
Pros: I have been upgrading my PC with new graphics card (GTX970), looking at a CPU cooler. things were just not fitting in the Midsize case I had, not to mention the mess of cable crisscrossing inside. If you have the room this case fits the bill, comes with extra screws, zip ties, 2 fans, led light f...
solid case lots of room for everything you need to install.
Virginia P., Newegg
26 March 2016
Summary: I would defiantly recommend this case to others , i have not had it for too long but so far i am very pleased with it
Pros: All the modular hard drive cages are great , optical drive ease of installation. plenty of room for cable management is amazing. tons of fan support.
Cons: With a 280mm rad you can not top mount the rad with a pull fan config. because the top will not lock back into place, i even cut my fans some to try to make it fit and no dice. but not worth loosing an egg for. also i feel like the paint would scratch fairly easy if you are not careful while work...
Summary: Love this case and the advantages are just what I wanted and needed. It has very sleek design and looks amazing with the already installed lighting at night. This is worth every penny! Thank you NZXT.
Pros: Tons of room! (The size of internal upgrades in the future won't be a problem.) Removable drive bays! (I can add them back as I need without the case looking cluttered.) Fits HDD and SSD with ease! (No tools needed!) Solid metal case Plenty of air vents to add more fans (The case comes with two i...
Cons: The power button isn't very noticeable at first. The drive bays are configured backwards, meaning you have to remove the back panel to change or adjust them.
Want options, room to expand, and want plenty of cable management space? Pick this up now.
Robert C., Newegg
7 February 2016
Summary: My gripes are minor and for an experienced builder who can easily discern what screws go where when they see them, disregard my comment. This case is wonderful and I have not seen any case that comes close to its looks and functionality.
Pros: There is just so much space and routing options with this case. I have done my fair share of review watching before building my first PC and the Phantom 530 was the perfect choice. Cable routing is a breeze and the back is so spacious. Modular drive cages give you ample space to work with and to ...
Cons: The labels on the screw bag were a pain in my rear. The only unhelpful section of the manual was concerning the hardware attached i.e. the screws. Not the best renderings by any means. Some of the screws look identical. It should not take anyone more than 5 minutes to distinguish between screws. ...
Have had this case for about a year now. Absolutely love it.
Matthew M., Newegg
21 January 2016
Pros: Very large, as can be expected with a full tower case. Fully modular design. Built in case fans are nice. Fan speed controller is nice as well. Is also very efficient at keeping out dust, I rarely have to clean it out.
Cons: May need extension cables for some of your components due to the case being so large.
Pros: I purchased this case for a Christmas gift for my daughter. It's design made it very easy for her to work in as I guided her through the build. The space behind the side panel provided plenty of room for cable routing, and the routing holes are well placed to keep cables out of sight. The HD carr...
Pros: I got this case for my Skylake i7 build. This was my first ever PC build and while I was picking the parts over the course of 5 months, pretty much all my parts changed besides the case. I had my heart set on this case from the start, and boy was it the right pick! Lots and lots of room for upgra...
Cons: The window scratches VERY easy. If I turn my RGB on any color other than pink, you can see them and it doesn't look good at all. But I don't mind pink, and the RGB can be distracting during gaming so I normally just keep it off.
Pros: Really sleek and stylish (I think) Love the modular design of the HDD/SSD cages Tons of cable-routing Really easy to handle
Cons: I/O LED flicks on whenever I power on the system; not sure if that's supposed to happen (might be a glitch on this particular case I have, though I should also say that I have the LED off most of the time, and turn it on with the switch as needed) Other than the I/O LED issue