NZXT Phantom 530 Full Tower Case

NZXT Phantom 530 Full Tower Case Red Edition with Side Window USB 3.0 w/o PSU

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Product Overview In 2010, NZXT introduced the industry to its Phantom chassis, an aggressively designed, feature-filled case for mainstream users, gamers and enthusiasts alike. Now, NZXT is finally ready to unveil its direct successor, the Phantom 530.

Continuing the legacy of the original, the new Phantom was meticulously designed from the ground up for a refreshing new design that is uncompromising in every way. While creating the Phantom 530, the NZXT design team painstakingly took every beloved aspect of the original and made it even better.

The Phantom 530 introduces 2013 features to its signature design, including: fully modular hard drive cages, a discrete SSD mount behind the motherboard tray, NZXT's signature rear I/O LEDs, a single channel 30W fan controller with integrated 10-port fan hub and steel 5.25" optical drive latches.

Now with up to 70% more cable management space than the original, more airflow and even more liquid cooling support, the Phantom 530 features phenomenal support for even the most extreme performancebuilds.
Features • Single channel, 30W fan controller with integrated fan hub
• Up to three 200mm fans for maximum airflow
• Discrete SSD mount behind motherboard tray
• 34mm of cable management clearance
• Fully modular, interchangeable hard drive cages
• Signature rear I/O LEDs + Latest USB 3.0 connection
• Large acrylic window
• Extensive liquid cooling support includes Kraken X40/X60 all-in-one solutions and radiators of up to 360mm in size
• Durable steel constructed 5.25” optical drive latches
• Eight motherboard expansion slots offer comprehensive expandability
Specifications
Specifications
Case Edition Phantom 530 Red
Case Form Factor Full Tower
Motherboard Form Factor
  • ATX
  • E-ATX
  • ITX
  • Micro ATX
Material Plastic/ Steel
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x Line Out
  • 1 x Mic In
  • 2 x USB 3.0
Drive Bays
  • 1 x 2.5" Internal
  • 6 x 2.5"/ 3.5" Internal
  • 3 x 5.25" External
Expansion Slots 8
Fan Bays
  • 2 x 120/140 mm
  • 3 x 120/140/200mm
  • 2 x 120mm
  • 1 x 140mm
Fans Included
  • 1 x 140mm
  • 1 x 200mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window Yes
Power Supply Form Factor ATX
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height 183 mm
Max VGA Card Length 444 mm
Colour Red
Dimensions 235 x 572 x 543 (WxHxD mm)
Weight 10.5 kg (Approx)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Case Would Use It Again. When I received this case, I was happy with how robust this case was built. It is very sturdy with very little flex in the side panels, and the coloured plastic seems to match the colour of the steel on the side panels very well. The motherboard stand-off's come pre-installed for an ATX or E-ATX motherboard (they require the same mounting spaces) making it very easy to install your motherboard. I found the cable management space very adequate indeed, I found the job of managing my cables really easy but just time consuming (which it is when you do a good job of it). This case also included 2 three pin fan cable extenders (to reach the 10 port fan hub at the back) useful if you have extra fans and not enough length on the cables they come with. This is also an extremely quiet case, even when the fan's are turned up to full speed and because I have a Corsair RM series power supply, I have a really quiet system overall. Now for the things I found some problems with. First of all, when mounting the hard drive, the tool-less mounting bracket for the hard drive had some pins on it that fitted into the screw holes, but these kept falling out when I was trying to plug my power from the PSU into the hard drive, although this was easily fixable by popping them back in. The included I/O button that toggles the rear I/O led's doesn't seem to work, so they are permanently on, which I don't mind, but I would rather have the feature there for me. Some of the plastic parts of the case feel really "cheap" as trying to pull the top and the front off was hard work, it required a lot of force pull the front and top off. I thought I had broken it when I did it and I fell back after pulling it off. Also, I don't like the feel of the power button when you press it, it doesn't go down at all, it is just a click and I prefer the power button on the Phantom 410 where you push the button down a fair distance before you get that satisfying click. Overall, I found this case to be a brilliant buy, as the problems I encountered were not major, and I do not need to pull the top or front off regularly. I would recommend this case for building a system in. I rearranged the drive bays to get better air flow from the front 200mm fan. I uploaded a picture of the cable management to show you how easy it is. 11 January 2014
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