NZXT Phantom 820 Pro Reviews

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NZXT Phantom 820 Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 9/10 Feb 10 '13
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eTeknix.com  --- Oct 15 '12
OCModShop 5/5 Oct 16 '12
PureOverclock.com 5/5 Jan 07 '13
techPowerUp! 9.4/10 Oct 23 '12
ThinkComputers 9/10 Nov 18 '12
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"Although it is extremely large, and quite expensive, if an enthusiast is in the market for a case that can do almost anything, while keeping their components cool, and staying quiet I would not hesitate to recommend the Phantom 820."
"The Phantom is easily one of the finest chassis designs I have had the pleasure of working with and its style and overall design are uncompromising throughout. Capable of handling just about any of the high end components that you might be looking to install for an enthusiast or extreme specification build. It’s Incredible cooling capabilities, stunning integrated lighting and flawless build quality throughout are why I am happy to award the Phantom 820 our eTeknix Editors Choice Award."
"In conclusion, I would say that NZXT has a winner here. It’s extremely roomy, lots of space behind the motherboard, lots of accessories, adequate cooling with the choice of adding more fans on a whim, and looks damned aggressive. My only issue is the size. It’s heavy even when empty and comes to my mid-thigh when it’s sitting flat on the floor. Fitting it under most desks might be an issue. From where it’s sitting right now it looks like a futuristic heater/radiator from a sci-fi novel. And I can only imagine what it would be like for a scrawnier PC enthusiast who has to move it by him/herself when it’s full of hardware. I can imagine it reaching the sixty pound mark when fully loaded."
"If you are in the market for a full tower chassis that’s very well built, whether you’re a seasoned or first time builder, I would highly recommend the NZXT Phantom 820 for your next build. At a price point of $249.99 with all the extras, it is worth the money spent."
"NZXT has tried pushing into the 200+ USD case market before, and while the Khaos was an interesting case, its overall success was limited. NZXT has now taken the Phantom and grown it out into a fully-fledged monster. "Not only bigger, but better" holds true here. Every aspect of the original has been evolved and improved upon. NZXT has also kept enough original design elements to make it a clear member of the Phantom family. There are a few small shortcomings like its fragile HDD trays or a lot of messy cables, but the Phantom 820 does, ultimately, impress."
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