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: 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...
Summary: I needed a large Tower and this one certainly fits that requirement. You get a great fan controller and a back, sides and one top fans. I run a gaming rig and wanted lots of fans , space for air circulation and the choice to add more fans if needed. This case offers all that.
Summary: Was forced to watch hundreds of reviews on this case by the other half (an annoyingly obsessive PC gamer) so surprised him with it as birthday present. Apparently it's even better than he'd expected, impressively put together and there's nothing you can't customise... so I keep hearing.