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post #1 of 67 Old 04-22-2014, 01:22 PM - Thread Starter
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NZXT has taken the wraps off of a new chassis, the Phantom 240, and it's the least expensive of the Phantom range.
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http://www.nzxt.com/teaser/


check that out everyone.

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Yeah very intriguing, looks like H and Phantom series... have sex and fusion is to be born? Or just some new LED feature for your cases? We'll find out in about a week )

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When it comes to case cable managment, NZXT is on my to go top list of vendors. I've yet to see a Mini-ITX from NZXT. And hopefully a good one.

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I want Switch 810 replacement.
^This. Switch 810 replacement with super quiet stock fans. I would have gone with the H440 but no optical drive bay which I need.
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I want Switch 810 replacement.
Isn't the H630 kind of a replacement for the Switch 810? They are very similar.
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Isn't the H630 kind of a replacement for the Switch 810? They are very similar.

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Not even close.
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I was just looking at the spec sheets in regards to size, rad support etc. Plus they look similar.
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