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Preparing a NZXT Phantom Review

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What do you guys want to see? I am going to make construction quality and ease of use as my main areas of focus as my CPU is on its way to Intel for warranty replacement. I won't be able to do any kind of temperature or noise benchmarks, which is usually the bread and butter of any review. Any of you who are interested in the Phantom or just curious please let me know what you want to see and over the next few days as I dive into the Phantom I'll get answers for you with great detail.
post #2 of 6
Shots of a common household object to compare size to would be good. Like a Coke can or something. You could put it in the case for a few of the shots, maybe...?
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Space between side panel and motherboard tray for hiding cables. Looks like there is a good amount of space, would love to see how much,ect. Space between top of the case and motherboard, if push pull could be done with WC.



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post #4 of 6
Looking forward to reading your review.
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Bump, will have the review probably this weekend. I get my CPU back from Intel tomorrow so I will be able to do some temperature benchmarks with the stock Intel cooler.
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Nice I'll look forward to read this!
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