The NZXT Phantom at my first glimpse gave me that wow feeling. The further and further I got into reviewing this case, the more that I enjoyed it. The case is built with enthusiasts in mind. It has plenty of features anyone would want with a sleek and sexy touch. While the MSRP is a bit high for most consumers at $139.99 when it becomes available in early September, I still don’t think it’s a high price for a case of this quality.
While I did have some frustrations with the hard drive installation, I really don’t think that it’s worth degrading the case for it; after all I was probably doing it wrong. Overall ThinkComputers would like to award the NZXT Phantom Enthusiast Steel Full Tower Chassis a 10 out of 10 and our Editor’s Choice Award!
- Piano finish – also available in red and white
- Custom built-in fan controller
- Plenty of cooling to get you started
- Too many nice features to list
- 3.5” drives difficult to install