NZXT Announces Phantom 530 PC Case
By Cássio Lima on June 5, 2013 - 12:35 PM


In 2010, NZXT introduced the industry to its Phantom case, an aggressively designed, feature-rich 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 resulting in 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.

With up to 70% more cable management space, more airflow, and even more liquid cooling support, the Phantom 530 features phenomenal support for even the most extreme performance builds.

Along with its fully modular, interchangeable hard drive cages, the new Phantom features all of the latest NZXT technologies including: a discrete SSD mount behind the motherboard tray, signature rear I/O LEDs, single channel 30W fan control with integrated 10-port fan hub, and steel 5.25” optical drive latches.

The Phantom 530’s extensive liquid cooling support includes Kraken X40/X60 compatibility and radiators of up to 360 mm in size on top, 240 mm in front, and 240 mm on bottom. Additionally, the new Phantom also features the largest window the Phantom line has ever seen, letting you show off the true beauty of your masterpiece, inside and out.

The Phantom 530 will be available soon in Glossy White, Black, and Red for USD 119.99. 

Originally at http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/news/NZXT-Announces-Phantom-530-PC-Case/7336


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