If you have ever bought the parts to build up a new PC, you know that the case can be one of the more expensive parts. Most of us want a case that looks cool and has plenty of cooling, but we don't want to spend a fortune. NZXT has unveiled a new case that ticks all the boxes for most system builders.
The PC chassis is called the Phantom 240 and it sells for $69.99. It comes in white with black trim and has a standard side window. Cooling hardware inside the case includes a pair of the new 120mm FN V2 case fans from NZXT that have better performance and quiet operation.
Other features include external USB 3.0 and audio connectors. NZXT also builds in 17mm of cable management space with seven routing holes and over 20 zip tie points. That should make management of your wires very easy. The hard drive cage is removable for easy install and the case supports full size video cards.
Drive bays available include three 5.25-inch internal bays, six 2.5-inch internal bays, and six 3.5-inch internal bays. Construction for the Phantom 240 is steel and plastic.
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