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NZXT Introduces the New Phantom 240 Chassis


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The classic Phantom styling you've come to love at its lowest price point yet. Since the first Phantom was launched in 2010, NZXT has continued to bring aggressive designs and innovative feature sets to all of its chassis. Over the years, the original Phantom and Phantom 410 quickly became NZXT's signature cases. Now, NZXT is happy to introduce its latest addition to the family, the Phantom 240.

A product designed with several years of feedback in mind, the Phantom 240 brings a refreshing new style and full-view window to the table while keeping its signature asymmetrical shape. Included with the chassis are two of NZXT's recently redesigned standard case fans, the 120mm FN V2, bringing additional cooling and lower noise levels.

The Phantom 240 features support for 2x 120mm fans in the front 1x 120mm fan in the rear and 2x 140mm or 120mm fans up top. Additionally, a removable hard drive cage allows for the installation of full-sized graphics cards with ease. Complete with modern external USB 3.0 and audio headers, the highly affordable Phantom 240 takes an admired design and makes it accessible for all.

Coming soon in NZXT's signature Phantom White, the Phantom 240 will be available for just $69.99.

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I'm starting to like NZXT. I just pre-purchased the humangous Phantom 820. I don't know why, but the local stores here will receive it in 3 days. From what i've seen it is a sweet case.
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For what? All the holes have their edges "rolled" and folded back. No sharp edges.
rubber gtommets is nice to cover the holes too and make your system looks cleaner
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Can't tell, is this an all-new chassis (frame) or a rebody of another 2x0 case?
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Now that is one nice looking case. For the price I am just thinking who I should throw money at.


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Recycled but solid design seen in the H230 chassis. Only things to nitpick would be that awkward angled window, don't really want to see the hard drive cage peeking personally. And again with the hard drive caddies, quality, sturdiness and slipping were issues I had with it for a build I did for a friend's H230. Good budget case though and nice to see that fans will fit under that rounded top cover.
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Me like this curved shape. And I thought the Phantom can't get any better. Nice work NZXT, hope it sells like hot cakes. I'd be sad if these guys go down. Most of their stuff is pretty good.