Pros: Great air flow; space for top radiator; ample HD space, USB 3.0 ports on header; side window gives view of machine
Cons: Backside space for cable organization is a little tight; empty feeling without purchasing more fans
I recently built a computer that I was looking to get a good deal of performance out of. The Phantom 410 has practically everything I was looking for in a case. There is space available for a future radiator upgrade. There is more than enough space for harddrive placement, although I found putting in my SSD a little odd. The case comes with 3 fans but there is space for more than a handful more. Without purchasing more however the case/project almost looks incomplete. I am running a 3930k overclocked and the case has provided sufficient air flow.The window on the side is a nice aesthetic touch. There is a removable harddrive rack that a fan can be mounted to and rotated to a desirable angle towards the CPU. There is a back panel behind the motherboard to route all of the cables and keep a clean look, I found it a little tight but no unbearable. The price was fantastic. I love this case and highly recommend it for anyone looking for a great bang for your buck mid-tower case!