What is more the chassis is very easy on the eye and available in white, gunmetal grey and black with the latter in a smooth velvety matte finish. The only positive things I can say about the case are that inside cable management is easy. A big case means a ton of room for parts and cable management and no squeezing your fingers into tight spaces, but it also means it might not fit under your desk! The triple bay cage has a unique fan mount attached to the left side of it. Why cheap out on something like that? This case is a marvel of engineering. The only thing I don't much care about is the hinged door on the front of the case. That's up to five fans, one of them 140mm, one either a 120mm or 140mm and three 120mm fans usually configured as exhaust against one 140mm fan configured as intake. When that happens air is drawn into the case wherever there is an opening.
If you decide to mount a couple 140 mm fans here, you can take advantage of another set of those adjustable fan mounting slots. All that's just personal preference. One 200mm fan is located at the bottom of the front panel of the case, the other at the rear of the top panel of the case. There is also a 4-pin Molex power connector to power the fan controller and a fan cable for attaching the side panel fan to. I will be a repeat customer with them for sure. I ordered mine in white Newegg did not have white in stock.
We apologize for the inconvenience. With the options the top deck, bottom, and front areas give you, installing a custom water cooling setup is only limited by your imagination. Returns are not allowed beyond 30 days of the purchase date. Not sure that switch will last too long, time will tell, but it sure is flimsy. Pros: This case is excellent for high end builds.
On the down side, the hard drive trays are very flimsy and easily fall out of their respective rails with no drive installed in them. It really helps with cable management, as well as provides the ability to control the speed of any fan connected to it, via the 3-speed switch at the top panel. I also left all the drive cages in to give you a perspective of what a fully loaded system would look like. My Wife was even more stunned and thought I was building something inter dimensional. They're solidly attached, yes, but just find the points where it's attached, slip a flat head screwdriver in between the case and the plastic and lift gently. This case is just very handsome.
There are also five additional non-protected holes located at the bottom of the motherboard tray. By rearranging your drive bay setup to fit with your specific needs, the Phantom 630 is able to support a countless number of creative, custom cooling configurations out of the box. Not only are the three cages removable, but so is the platform they sit on. If you remove the 200 mm fan in favor of installing 140 mm or 120 mm fans, you will need to come up with a different filtration plan. I was stunned when I first saw the box.
Plain Right Side Panel The Phantom 630 has a swing door at the top portion that covers the four 5. Absolutely tasteful in many ways as the design is simply great, the features are grand and then the extras still need to kick in. Trust me that fan is not missed. Provisions are available for 2X140 mm or 2X120 mm fans, radiators, or both. The case is also available in Matte Black or White. Good thing, I had quite a mess back there! There are four pins with rubber grommets to secure a 3.
Construction of this case is very solid. This case offers great cable management, with generous space behind the motherboard. I like modular drive bays, and the split-level motherboard tray sounds intriguing. Very quiet whether I'm gaming or web browsing. Maybe I'll play case modder on that. They don't even make these anymore, at least I can't find them on the manfacturer's site.
The Phantom 630 case offers a spacious interior and great cooling performance with good disk mounting options and an integrated fan controller. Here is a look at the ambiance they provide. No thumb screws for the expansion slot covers? Provides a lot of cooling options. I think the centralized fan connection block behind the motherboard tray is a fantastic idea. Fan controller Power button isn't in a spot where your leg can turn it off.