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They gave it a bronze for costing 179? ROFL. Man buys 600 dollar GPU to play WoW that he'll replace in 2 years, cries about a case that costs less than 200 dollars that will last him 10 years.

Is there a reason why the 12v CPU cable can't be routed over the top of the tray? Even the Corsair 400R has this feature.
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Our Product manager was capable of doing it.
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Yes, I've done at least a dozen builds in the 630 without issue while running the aux 12v.
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Since you edited your post. The P630 is NOT a midtower. It's a fulltower. 179 is not hard to justify at all for a full tower with the features it comes with.

What?
The case is just bigger then the 410....

What classifies for full tower compared to mid?
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Since you edited your post. The P630 is NOT a midtower. It's a fulltower. 179 is not hard to justify at all for a full tower with the features it comes with.

What?
The case is just bigger then the 410....

What classifies for full tower compared to mid?

P820:
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D) 235mm (W) x 650mm (H) x 612mm (D) = Fulltower

P630:
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D) 245mm (W) x 627mm (H) x 600mm (D) = Fulltower

P410:
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D) 215 (W) x 516 (H) X 532 mm (D) = Midtower

So, as you can see, it's MUCH closer in size to the Phantom 820 than it is the Phantom 410.
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What?
The case is just bigger then the 410....

What classifies for full tower compared to mid?
This case does fit industry standards. It is a full tower not a mid tower. (Referring to your older post)
Size and design classifies what tower it is.
The case is pretty good for watercooling, has good airflow, has a fan hub for better looking cable management, fan controller, includes 3x200m and a 140mm.
That's pretty good for the price, plus the hard drive cage is pretty good since it is very versatile IMO.
179$ is pretty suitable.

@Xnine or Retell,
does it support a 60mm thick 360mm in the roof?
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Since you edited your post. The P630 is NOT a midtower. It's a fulltower. 179 is not hard to justify at all for a full tower with the features it comes with.

What?
The case is just bigger then the 410....

What classifies for full tower compared to mid?

this case is both wider and taller than the original phantom (full tower).
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What?
The case is just bigger then the 410....

What classifies for full tower compared to mid?
This case does fit industry standards. It is a full tower not a mid tower. (Referring to your older post)
Size and design classifies what tower it is.
The case is pretty good for watercooling, has good airflow, has a fan hub for better looking cable management, fan controller, includes 3x200m and a 140mm.
That's pretty good for the price, plus the hard drive cage is pretty good since it is very versatile IMO.
179$ is pretty suitable.

@Xnine or Retell,
does it support a 60mm thick 360mm in the roof?

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As long as your motherboard doesn't have some insanely wacky heatsinks on it, it shouldn't be an issue.
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As long as your motherboard doesn't have some insanely wacky heatsinks on it, it shouldn't be an issue.
Alright!
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I do believe the radiator I used in the gallery image build is 60mm.
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