My view on the NZXT Phantom Enthusiast USB 3.0 case
16 December 2014
Excerpt: The case while it does look aesthetically pleasing I am finding that since moving my PC parts from one case to the NZXT My I am noticing noises that I did not hear before so I would not say it is as quiet as what everyone makes it out to be I do like the space down the motherboard side for cable...
Summary: Got it a couple of years aprox. Never bothered to write the review. First of all, it came a little bit damaged on one of the corners, that actually after upgrading over the years, it has became a bit of annoying. When I tried to open the case, it gets stuck sometime. But sure, not a real issue.
Summary: Well packaged. Plenty of room inside case for liquid coolant. I use Corsair H100 on the top by removing top fan and putring it on the side instead. Lots more room for upgrades. Hard drive slots are a bit fidley.
Summary: Lets start from the start shall we, I got this case with the fan controller buttons missing. I contacted NZXT online and they sent out a new fan controller without any buttons ZERO. So I ended up having to get my own from ebay.
Excerpt: This case is excellent for anyone wanting a good, quality case that's big enough to be able to expand in the future. I was surprised at how easy it was to take apart and work with. I didn't need any tools what so ever.
Summary: **The dimensions on amazon are WRONG, check the dimensions on the NZXT website** Bear in mind, the case is quite big. It's very close to a normal tower case, but a bit longer. +Design easily 5/5 +In terms of space inside, I could have almost fitted my old computer inside, including the case +The...