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Good luck NZXT last time I am visiting this thread. If you get sales great but until you bring the price down to at least 150-180 this will not be my case. As the price stands $250.00 plus $30.00 for shipping then the horrible side panel which will prolly cost another $30 to replace brings the case to about $310.00 which is a really way to high for this case.

Goodluck. 
actually this is a pre order and if you order it from the armory you get free shipping so it makes it a little better as for the price

in other words dear santa
 
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review hardwaresecrets
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/printpage/NZXT-Phantom-820-Case-Review/1655
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the NZXT switch was pretty good, although If I took my coolermaster stacker 8xx and "threw" it if you will, ontop of said NZXT, there is going to be a dent, the stacker will get a scratch.
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Don't know if anybody has seen this, saw it just now and I think it looks much better than the 820:

http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/crafted_series/phantom_630
    
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Don't know if anybody has seen this, saw it just now and I think it looks much better than the 820:
http://www.nzxt.com/new/products/crafted_series/phantom_630

Doesn't look bad and its probably(hopefully) cheaper than the Phantom 820 ,but they are still going with the integrated stuff and window/mesh side panel which is not ideal they need to go with one or the other not both on the same side panel.

You still have to tear off the front panel to get to the front dust filter too just like the Phantom 820.
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looks the same to me
 
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looks the same to me

Well it is a Phantom series design, its similar in size to the original Phantom (820 is bigger, 410 is smaller).
    
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post #728 of 736
indeed.

the first digit specifies the overall quality, aka "enthusiast level" lol
second digit depends what year it was released
and the third if it's an update of a specific chassis
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YO_rNhDIIyA

Is the video link showing some of the features.

Pricing is 179.99 USD


Me personally, owning both a phantom and a switch, I'll take my switch 810 over the new phantom at the same price.
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This is from NZXT, some of the info they release for CES:
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8th January, 2013 – Allow us to introduce you to the future. NZXT presents the Phantom 630 – a revolutionary chassis taking bold innovation to the next level.
In 2010, the original Phantom shook the industry with its daring, timeless design. The following year, NZXT brought the well-received Phantom design to a Mid-sized tower with the Phantom 410. In 2012, the Phantom 820, again, raised the bar for an entire industry, with its integrated HUE lighting system and limitless cooling potential.
Now, NZXT does it again with the completely reimagined interior of the Phantom 630. Engineered to satisfy any enthusiast’s desires, the Phantom 630 features fully modular internal drive bays that can be reorganized to your heart’s content.

If you choose to remove all drive bays to accommodate extra radiators or a large reservoir, the Phantom 630 comes with two SSD mounts located behind the motherboard tray for a minimalistic setup with maximum cooling capability.

With all hard drive bays in place, the Phantom 630 is still able to achieve high performance liquid cooling with 3x120 radiator and 2x120 radiator support. By rearranging your drive bay setup to fit with your specific needs, the Phantom 630 is able to support a countless number of creative, custom cooling configurations out of the box.

Along with an integrated 30-watt single channel fan controller, the Phantom 630 also features a dual-level motherboard tray, offering unrivaled cable management and airflow capabilities. Further minimizing cable clutter, the Phantom 630 is equipped with a rear-mounted multi-port fan hub for a simple and clean fan controller setup.

Representing its forward thinking philosophy at every turn in the design process, NZXT once again breaks away from convention to move the industry forward with its revolutionary Phantom 630.
Offered in Matte-Black, Gunmetal, and White colors, the Phantom 630 will be available for $179.99.
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