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That little droid and I have been through a lot together.”

NZXT today announced a new addition to its chassis lineup: the Phantom 410. Looking like something out of a Star Wars flick, the Phantom 410 mid-tower chassis is slightly smaller than its Phantom predecessor (222mm x 540mm x 623mm for the original Phantom versus 215mm x 516mm x 532 mm for the Phantom 410).


Some of the included features are:

  • Liquid-cooling support for dual 240mm radiators
  • Pivoting 120mm/140mm fan slot
  • Up to a maximum of 8 fans can be installed
  • 3-step fan control
  • Rail-mounted bays for easy SSD and/or HDD access
  • Convenient removable HDD cage to accommodate full-length expansion cards
  • Screwless 5.25” bays that can also handle 2.5” drives
  • Internal and external 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x 2.0 and audio support

NZXT says that the Phantom 410 will be priced at $99.99 and will be available within the coming weeks from the usual online suspects like Newegg and Amazon. For a detailed look at the Phantom 410, follow the source link below.







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