When we reviewed the NZXT Phantom case way back in the beginning of the year, one of the few drawbacks we noted was that despite rocking mid-size measurements, NZXT considered it a full-size tower. Now, the company is releasing the NZXT Phantom 410, a smaller version of the Phantom with a “crafted mid tower chassis.” Does that mean it’s really a small form factor case? Not quite.
The Phantom 410 is designed for ATX, mATX and Mini-ITX mobos and measures in at 8.46 inches wide, 20.47 inches tall and 20.94 inches deep. Visually, the case rocks the same Stars Wars-esque stylings of the original Phantom, only with a window slapped on the side. Inside, there’s three 5.25 inch slots and six 3.5 inch slots, all of which rock a toolless design (and hide the connectors on the side of the case opposite the window). With all drive bays intact, you can install a graphics card up to 12 inches in length, or if you need a bit more graphical oomph, you can remove the upper drive cage (which holds four bays) to squeeze in graphics cards up to 15.75 inches in length.