Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5 out of 5 by PrimalTundra Great look, reasonable price.
The Phantom 240 is a slightly large Mid-tower case that uses the standard Phantom-range harsh lines and meshing.
The case has excellent cable-management options and plenty of space behind the motherboard tray for excess wires, even when using a non-modular PSU.
One of the Hard drive bays is removable for extra airflow, which I would recommend doing, as well as picking up about 2/3 more fans to populate the mounting points. Though there is a relatively pointless fan mounting spot at the bottom of the case, next to the PSU, which I feel would have been better used for SSD mounts.
Sadly, it does only include 2 fans, but they are great quality and very quiet.
31 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorcan Highly recommend!
I was unsure at first with the positioning of fans and how half of the fan is covered up, however it's fine!
Great strong case, easy install and looks good!
21 May 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by dyls Great service
Quick, easy and cheap process. Would use the website again
12 January 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by arcturus125 Excellent!
The main thing I like about this case (and the reason why I bought it) is: the 3 5.25" drive bays can be hidden out of sight by the elegant front door. This case is the best £50-£60 case I've seen however the case does have some problems. The worst thing about this case is the "Tool-less 3.5" drive bays". These drive bays are possible some of the worst ones I have ever seen: They are way too flexible and break easily. And due to how easily the plastic bends the drive bays keep falling out of the drive cage if they have nothing in them. And the fan filter on the bottom of the case is cheap (its just mesh)
- elegant design
- Front door to hide the 3 5.25" drive bays
- lots of places to install fans
- nicely placed side window
- lots of "tie-down points" for cable management on the motherboard tray
- removable drive cage for extra long graphics cards
- large CPU cut-out on the motherboard tray to easily access after-market heatsinks
- cheap fan filter on the bottom
- 3.5" drive bays are unacceptable, fall out and break easily
- the cut-out for the 8-pin CPU power connector is too small and a regular 8-pin connector OR a 4+4-pin connector cannot fit through it
- the "Tool-less" 5.25" drive bays are tool-less but are very weak and the drive can be knocked in or out very easily (I would recommend screwing them in)
- the fans come with a 2-pin molex connector for the two included fans which will make them spin at max RPM amd make them wear out more quickly (However it will keep your case cooler)
22 December 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by FelixTheCupcake Almost a perfect gaming case
When installing the I/O Shield (ASUS) I ended up bending the back of the chassis. I'm not sure whether it is weak, or the I/O shield is impossible to install, either way I don't have an I/O shield because this case is too nice to damage.
The fan at the front has a very short cable, so unless your motherboard's fan headers are to the bottom left, or you have a good extension cable, you're gonna have a hard time getting it plugged in. I've had to use the fan above it, but as you can see, it is mostly shielded by the front of the case due to its angular design.
02 November 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Danny5653 Usual NZXT quality
Great looking case, quiet fans, pleasure to work with.
Excellent customer service from Scan
14 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by blue2 Nice case, but rear fan is faulty
I like the case, looks great, installation was easy [first time effectively building a PC, so I've got too much untidy cabling at the back in order to put the side casing on, but that's my fault]. The rear fan however doesn't work. Seemed like too minor an issue to go through the hassle of removing everything and returning it.
06 July 2014