The packaging is kept rather simple looking, but still uses shiny covered cardboard to give it a little class. At the top you can read NZXT and the Phantom 530 naming above a large image of the white chassis. In the background, to break up the black, there are some blue Tron-like renderings applied.
Spinning the box to the left, the next panel we see covers the names at the top again, but this panel delivers customers the full specifications of what is inside.
The back is a little more involved. NZXT cover features like the fan hub, the 30W fan control switch, rear I/O LED lighting, talks about the top ventilation, shows AIO support, and the fully modular HDD assembly. In eight languages at the bottom of this panel, there is the text that describes what is seen in those images.
On this side of the packaging you will see that my box shows three versions of this chassis. Here is shown a white, black, and a charcoal grey version rather than the red. Maybe there are plans for a fourth? Below the images is reasoning from NZXT on why you should be using this chassis.
Completely out of the box and sitting on the table, my NZXT Phantom 520 in white clothing arrived in perfect condition. The Styrofoam caps, plastic liner and clingy plastic on the window did the job well.
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