Conclusion: We really can’t complain with the Phantom. It features killer styling and ample room for even the most space-demanding builds. We only wish it were a bit more efficient at whisking away heat with the included fans and provided more space for custom water cooling loops — something any full tower should easily excel at.
Summary: The NZXT Phantom Case looks like something from out of this world with it's bold styling. There are plenty of drive bays, toolless design, lots of fans, cable management, painted interior, fan controller and it's reasonably priced.
Conclusion: The comfortably priced NZXT Phantom offers 12 drive bays and more than enough room to house an ATX or Extended ATX motherboard. Though there is room (and one-button controls) for many fans, only a few are included; and the glossy exterior (available in white, red, and black) may not be to everyone's taste. But if interior real estate and smart tool-free installation solutions are what you crave, the Phantom delivers.
Pros: Generous interior space. Excellent tool-free features. Easy fan control. Comes in three colors (inside and out).
Cons: Front intake fan and 200mm side-panel fan not included. Two 120mm side-panel fans each require cabling. Glossy front and top panels may seem potentially cheap.