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NZXT Phantom 240 ATX Mid Tower Review

Posted June 12, 2014 by Mike in Cases & PSU


Release Date: Currently Available
Price at time of Review: MSRP: $69.99 USD


Great fit and finish, tons of cable tie down points, modular drive cages, water cooling friendly, excellent stock case fans, extremely competitive pricing, exotic NZXT style, interior tie-down point for PSU cables inside main compartment, easy to disassemble/reassemble


Limited dust filtering, cable management requires some thought
As ATX mid towers go, this one is pretty tough to beat.
by Mike
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When examining the ATX mid tower market nowadays, it is becoming less and less common for cases at these price points to be lacking in flavor and features. What is more surprising is that more and more manufacturers are providing us with these cases at such reasonable pricing. The most surprising thing about this case for us was the price point: 70 dollars gets you water cooling support, a gorgeous side panel window, ample (if not somewhat tricky) cable routing options, plenty of hard drive mounting and clean airflow for the excellent stock fans. Probably the only thing we could say is actually missing from this case is some dust filtering, but this is mostly us being extremely picky as there is really very little to not like about this case.



NZXT backs this product with a two year warranty on top of all the other features present here including the killer pricing. When it comes to solid value for your dollar, the Phantom 240 tops the charts in our book. With everything to love about it and almost nothing to hate, it should absolutely be at the top of your short list of “budget-friendly” enthusiast towers to consider. This Phantom has successfully sneaked its way into our Editor’s Choice award, and we recommend you allow it to sneak into being part of your next build!




NZXT Phantom 240

Big thanks to NZXT for providing our review sample, and as always feel free to discuss this and other PC-related topics in our forums.



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