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|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
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NZXT Phantom 240 Mid Tower Computer Case, White (CA-PH240-W1)
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- Cable Management: 17mmCPU Cooler: 158mm VGA Card: 400mm w/o HDD Cage 290mm with HDD Cage Motherboard Support: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
- Two of NZXT's newly redesigned standard case fans, the 120mm FN V2, with updated performance and quieter operation
- Removable hard drive cage allows for the easy installation of full-sized graphics cards
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|Item Dimensions||22.44 x 20.83 x 10.16 in||7.88 x 17.52 x 17 in||8.5 x 18.2 x 20.2 in||8.46 x 20.94 x 20.31 in||21.42 x 8.66 x 22.32 in||7.8 x 21.2 x 19.3 in|
|Item Weight||17.86 lbs||15.5 lbs||10.2 lbs||19.84 lbs||25.35 lbs||12.6 lbs|
The Phantom 240 brings the Phantom's iconic high octane blend of mesh, performance, and style to a small and affordable package. The heavy use of mesh engineered to provide optimal air ow with a hint of that classic NZXT asymmetrical styling.
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Came well packaged, though I would have preferred it come in an Amazon box and not the box it came in for an extra layer of protection and security.
The unit itself is open with ample space for cable management, plenty of bays for storage, and easy mounting points for all types of motherboards and points to route cables/wiring.
I will say that the drive cages are somewhat different in that they are plastic and flex easily, but once installed they are fine. I was weary at first but they are quite sturdy and do the job.
Will update with photos after the weekend when the build/install is finished.
The entire internal set up is beautiful, a lot of great bay space and a lot of room for graphics cards.
My only complaint is with the door that hides the disc bays on the front. It takes a little bit of effort to open and my PC doesn't stay still on my desk so it makes me nervous. Be aware when buying this that if you have to open and close the front bay a lot, you might want a different case.
I don't open it a lot, in fact I've only opened it three times now, once to put the windows disc that I legally (!!!!!!!) purchased in... Once to take it out, and a third time just now to make sure I wasn't being an idiot and to verify that in fact it was hard to open.
It is in fact, hard to open.
1. Great Aesthetics
2. LOTS of bays
3. LOTS of space for additional fans
4. Cable management was a breeze, even for a newb like me
5. Large side window
1. Came warped across the bottom
2. Came with two stickers attatched, one AMD FX series and the other HyperX. Not sure why those were there...
3. Scratched slightly on front, and a bit dirty in general.
4. My huge R9 290x barely fit. I had to take out the SSD bay to be able to barely squeeze it in.
I like the case. There are many fans helping to keep my CPU at an idle of 30 degrees Celsius! The cable management of the case was very easy. Some parts were scratched/warped, but it was very easy to fix or goes unnoticed. 8/10!
I would pony up the extra $20 for the 410 case. Was really pissed it broke so soon. Seems to be a common problem. Everything else works fine except the screws which tend to strip very easily. Be careful with this case folks.
-Plenty of fan slots (room for radiator if desired)
-Big enough to hold all your hardware, but not a huge footprint
-Inserts to hold hard drives are worthless (Bolted SSD to bottom of case...hence the loss of a star)
Overall, I would recommend this case to anyone. I had alot of room for cable management and I even managed to attach a Noctua NH-D14 cpu fan to the MB and get the case closed.