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NZXT Phantom 630 High Performance Modular Full-Tower Chassis Review - Accessories and Documentation

NZXT Phantom 630 High Performance Modular Full-Tower Chassis Review

The fourth incarnation of this NZXT chassis has hit the market. Have a look at what the Phantom 630 case offers this time around.

| Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Feb 14, 2013 9:32 pm
TweakTown Rating: 96%      Manufacturer: NZXT

Accessories and Documentation

 

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Part of the included hardware is what I have in this image. There is a bag with 16 200mm fan mounting screws, one with eight fan screws, and one with a stand-off socket. The bottom row has 40 5.25" and 2.5" drive screws, four power supply screws and 11 motherboard screws.

 

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The rest of the hardware consists of the pair of extra stand-offs, hard drive tray screws and another type of 200mm fan screws. At the bottom you are given a bag containing 20 cable ties, and with the Phantom 630, you are going to need them.

 

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In another bag you can find the white installation manual and the black paperwork pertaining to all the other products NZXT has that you may have forgotten or still have yet to buy.

 

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The instructions start with an exploded view of the chassis, and the direction the parts are drawn from the chassis is the way the components are to be removed. Right after a list of these 19 components, the manual then goes into a three page parts check list.

 

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After the parts list, the manual goes into fine detail about the front I/O of the Phantom 630 and what each and every button, port, and display is for.

 

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Since my test rig uses an SSD, I figured I would go ahead and mount it in the tray and get an image of it before it was back inside the chassis. It was a very snug fit to get this drive in the tray, but with a bit of work I was able to make it fit.

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