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NZXT Phantom 630 Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 20,667 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: January 25, 2013
Page: 2 of 9
The Front Panel
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The front panel of the NZXT Phantom 630 has a door with a magnetic latch. This door opens from left to right in an unchangeable configuration. One of the main concerns with cases that have a door is regarding the position of its buttons and connectors; some manufacturers place them behind the door, which is a major nuisance. On this case, the buttons and connectors are located on the top panel; however, the case has an SD memory card reader located above the top-most 5.25” bay, and thus behind the front door.

NZXT Phantom 630
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Figure 4: Front panel

The NZXT Phantom 630 comes with four external 5.25” bays, all using meshed covers with air filters. The air filter for the optional fans of the bottom panel is removable from the front panel. See Figure 5.

NZXT Phantom 630
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Figure 5: Front panel

NZXT Phantom 630
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Figure 6: SD memory card reader

The front panel comes with a 200 mm fan installed, which can be replaced by two 120 mm or two 140 mm fans. This fan is connected to the single-channel fan controller available. No further technical specifications for this fan are provided. There is an air filter for this fan.

NZXT Phantom 630
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Figure 7: Front fan

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