Excerpt: If you’re big on case lighting—you Cylon fan, you—you’re going to absolutely love NZXT ’s latest Phantom chassis. It’s rare to see such attention to detail paid to simple illumination, as with the three separate strands of lighting found on the exterior, interior, and rear of NZXT’s Phantom 820 . Cooler still, you can manually cycle through a variety of colors for the lights, so as to find the one that matches whatever mood you’re in at any given moment.
Pros: Gorgeous chassis with eye-catching, customizable lighting across three separate zones.
Cons: Wiring and instructions a bit tricky to figure out; finicky fan controller.
Conclusion: NZXT chassis seem to get better with each revision, but the company has a habit of leaving room for a couple of small improvements. The Phantom 820 is a continuation of that trend; it's arguably NZXT's most impressive full-tower solution to date, yet there are a few elements that could be enhanced.
Excerpt: NZXT ne change pas vraiment les codes de sa gamme Phantom et reprend ce qui a fait le succès du Phantom 410. Mais attention, ce Phantom 820 est bien le double du premier pour prendre en charge les cartes XL-ATX. Attention, le fantôme Fatso débarque !
Pros: Finition, Emplacement Watercooling, LED à l'arrière, Ventilateurs fournis