Phantom 630 Overview
For a full overview of the Phantom 630 check out our video below.
The Phantom 630 is a full tower case with the official dimensions of 245mm (W) x 627mm (H) x 600m (D). We received the Gunmetal version of the Phantom 630, but it also comes in White and Matte Black. At first glance the 630 looks very much like the 820. Some things that are a bit different is the design on the side panel window and the LED strip that goes down the front of the case is missing.
Starting at the front of the case you have a small door that open to the right. Behind the door you will find four 5.25-inch drive bays and a small SD card slot. The 5.25-inch bezel covers have the easy release latches on them, which make them very easy to remove. Moving down there is a ventilated section that has a 200mm intake fan behind it. All the way at the bottom of the case there is a filter that is easily removed for cleaning.
Moving up to the top of the case you will find all of our buttons and connections. Starting on the left side you have two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and headphone and microphone connections. On the right side is your power and reset buttons as well as fan controller. The fan controller has 3 speeds (high, medium & low).
Moving back you will find a large ventilated section that has a pretty cool design. There is a single 200mm top fan installed. There is room up there to install another 200mm fan. The top of the case also supports dual 140mm fans or three 120mm fans.
On the side panel of the case you will find a small window and 200mm cooling fan. The window shows the top part of your case where your motherboard will be installed. While most cases you boring case feel NZXT actually gives them a cool design here that goes with the rest of the case.
At the back of the case there is a 140mm exhaust fan. That gives you a total of 4 included fans (3x 200m, 1x 140mm). The rear fan slot does support 120mm fans as well and has the same slits that allow you to move you fan up or down depending on where you want it mounted. Moving down you have your expansion slots, a ventilated section and of course your power supply is going to be mounted on the bottom of the case.
Also on the back of the case is another filter for your power supply. It easily can be removed for cleaning. If we take a look at the bottom of the case you can see the large case feet and the two filters.
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